"The biggest drops were nights spent by French and Spanish visitors, 16 and 25 percent, respectively, which make up the bulk of Morocco's tourists.
"The figures help explain the rage of tour operators when the new Islamist justice minister made a recent dig at non-pious visitors."
Drought, falling tourism threaten Morocco economy
Egypt has suffered as a result of the CIA's Arab Spring.
"Given that prices of room rates have dropped since the time of the uprising ... revenues this year will be lower compared to 2010...
"Average spending per tourist fell to $72 a day last year, from around $85 a day in 2010..."
"Hilton put on hold projects in Tunisia, Libya and Egypt, said Rudi Jagersbacher, Hilton Worldwide President for the Middle East and Africa. The North African countries were hit by popular revolutions last year, leaving behind uncertain business outlooks."