Using services that improve or enhance a person’s health and well-being through the use of mineral water, weather or medical interventions. The process is carried out in places other than the place of residence of subjects for more than 24 hours.
Health tourism is divided into three categories:
A) Health tourism:
Traveling to health villages and areas with hot springs and spas to relieve stresses of daily living without intervention and medical supervision in cases where the tourist is not physically ill.
B) Rehabilitation tourism:
Traveling to use the natural health resources of mineral water, salt, sludge, etc. to treat some illnesses or to recover under medical supervision and intervention.
C) Medical tourism:
Traveling to treat physical ailments or perform some type of surgery under the supervision of doctors in hospitals and medical centers.