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Hôtel Martinez wins Jury Prize at CSR Awards of the Maritime...

Hôtel Martinez, certified by Green Globe for over five years, has been recognized as a leader in sustainable practices in the French Riviera.

Mövenpick Resort & Spa Karon Beach Phuket launches the Orchid Garden...

Green Globe member Mövenpick Resort & Spa Karon Beach Phuket is pleased to announce the launch of the Orchid Garden project.

Uganda Wildlife Authority donates relief to victims of floods and landslides...

Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) delivered relief items worth UGX 10 Million (USD 3700) to the people who were affected by flash floods and landslides...

Uganda Tourism Board appoints first female CEO

The Uganda Tourism Board (UTB), the government body in charge of promoting and marketing tourism, has appointed its first female CEO.

China enacts new law to protect world’s highest mountain

China has enacted a new law designed to protect and conserve the environment surrounding the Mount Qomolangma (Mount Everest) reserve. Mount Everest, also called Mt....

Africa Travel and Tourism: Trends for the New Year

Players in the travel and tourism ecosystem in Africa travel look forward to 2019 with full optimism.

Uganda Wildlife Authority protecting lions, communities and tourism

Experiential tourism was introduced in Uganda to allow visitors to actively participate in monitoring animals that live in the park using tracking devices.

Plastic Pollution Maldives: All-Female ‘Stand Up For Our Seas’ Expedition raises...

Maldives, Coco Collection, is sponsoring an unprecedented stand-up paddle boarding campaign in the Maldives that aims to raise awareness about the environment, and in...

Human Rights Violation in New Zealand against Foreign Tourists?

In Hawaii, they call it Kamaaina Rates, in Indonesia hotel rates for locals, are highly discounted, but in New Zealand, such advantages are human...

Seychelles Tourism worth protecting as “Pillar of the Economy”

Seychelles has been consistently recording impressive growth in tourism.

Macolline forest joins African Tourism Board

The African Tourism Board (ATB) is pleased to announce that Macolline forest in Northeastern Madagascar has joined ATB as a member.

World Tourism Organization announces finalists of 15th UNWTO Awards

The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has announced the finalists to win the 15th UNWTO Awards, which recognize inspirational projects having made an invaluable contribution...

South Pacific Sustainable Tourism Network committed to safeguarding the region

The South Pacific Sustainable Tourism Network is bringing together like-minded stakeholders from across the region, including individuals, businesses, government agencies, and experts.

Uganda Tourism Board searching for a new CEO

Uganda Tourism Board CEO job is up for grabs as Stephen Asiimwe bows out after four years at the helm.

A bat which looks like actor Lance Bass in Greater Mekong...

A bat which looks like singer/actor Lance Bass, a gibbon named for Luke Skywalker, and a toad which seems to have come from Lord of the Rings “Middle Earth," are among 157 new species discovered in the Greater Mekong Region last year, according to a new report from the World Wildlife Fund. 

Kids and smart technology shine at Mövenpick Hotel Zürich Regensdorf

Mövenpick Hotel Zürich Regensdorf is a family-friendly four-star hotel situated north of Zurich, home to leading financial, banking, and research centers and a hub of Swiss culture.

UNWTO/UNESCO Conference: Cultural tourism sustains communities and living heritage

The third cultural tourism conference (3-5 December) organized jointly between the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization...

Young Balule Elephant shot 13 times before horrified visitors

Just as the furore about the trophy hunting of the pride male named Skye began abating, another incident has highlighted the ethics of hunting in the Associated Private Nature Reserves (APNR) alongside the Kruger National Park.

Highlights from day 3 of World Travel Market

Charlie Mayhew, Founder and Chief Executive of Tusk Trust, and Fiona Jeffery, Chairman, World Travel Market, launched the WTM World Responsible Tourism Day 2012 with a plea for the travel industry to

International conference on conserving and developing Petra opens in Amman today

PETRA, Jordan (eTN) - On the occasion of the 200-year anniversary of the rediscovery of Petra, a two-day conference on “Conserving and Presenting Petra to the World” was launched today under the p

Seychelles promotes eco-island tourism

Eco is the buzz word in world tourism travels, and expectations are intensifying on destinations expected to be considered serious in that area.

Interconnection between tourism and wetlands needs special attention

Whether kayaking in the Iberá Marshes in Argentina or bird-watching at Ba-Be Lake in Vietnam, tourists are providing income for the conservation of wetlands worldwide, as demonstrated in a new public

Kenya government taken to court by conservation fraternity

(eTN) - Reaction to last week’s cabinet decision to apparently ignore the license terms granted by NEMA in connection with the Southern Bypass now going under construction and sanction a route insid

Annual heritage award to launch in Seychelles

ICOMOS (International Council on Monuments and Sites) Seychelles is launching an annual heritage award scheme that seeks to encourage best practices in the conservation and promotion of the islands’

Rwanda tourism promotes increased customer care

(eTN) - Information was received overnight that the Rwanda Development Board’s (RDB) Tourism and Conservation Department has partnered with the hospitality industry to promote better customer care a
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