In the map above, each country is given one of four colors to designate the percentage of GDP taken up by the tourism industry. The countries that are colored red have a tourism industry that constitutes more than 7% of overall GDP. Light red (pink) countries have a tourism industry that makes up between 5% and 7% of overall GDP. The tourism industry in countries colored light blue occupy between 2% and 5% of the economy. Finally, countries that are solid blue have a tourism industry that is less than 2% of overall GDP. The chart also shows the overall size of each tourism industry by country. The data were collected from The Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report 2017 by the World Economic Forum.