Definition: Foreign excursionists

Migration statistics - UNO

Foreign persons (also called "same-day visitors") who visit the receiving country for a day without spending the night in a collective or private accommodation within the country visited. This category includes cruise passengers who arrive in a country on a cruise ship and return to the ship each night to sleep on board as well as crew members who do not spend the night in the country. It also includes residents of border areas who visit the neighbouring country during the day to shop, visit friends or relatives, seek medical treatment, or participate in leisure activities.
Source:
United Nations, "Recommendations on Statistics of International Migration", Revision 1, Statistical Papers, Series M, No. 58, United Nations, New York, 1998
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