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Grenada Tourism soars

Grenada Tourism recorded more than 500,000 visitor arrivals in 2018, a historic number that proves the three-island destination’s tourism industry is “one-to-watch” for 2019...

Berchtesgadener welcomes UNWTO Euro-Asian Mountain Tourism Conference

The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has selected Berchtesgaden, Germany as the venue for the 4th UNWTO Euro-Asian Mountain Tourism Conference on 2-5 March 2019....

Safe air travel in winter

At Munich Airport over 600 employees work with special equipment to battle ice and snow during the winter.

Use tourism to build sustainable coffee sector says Jamaica Minister

Coffee has the potential to become a commodity that can change communities through linkages with tourism says Jamaica Tourism Minister.

Historic Montana guest ranch welcomes new GM

Montana guest ranch carries on Proud Traditions Of Western Hospitality, Pioneering Women with new GM.

Saudi Cultural Heritage Worldwide: A National Festival

The National Festival of Heritage and Culture in Janadria is the most important event of its kind in the world, as it attracts millions of lovers of heritage and originality from Saudi Arabia, the Arabian Gulf region and worldwide, with hundreds of local, Arab and international media who will be covering the various rich activities of the festival.

Going green is the only way at Ladera Resort

Green Globe certified Ladera Resort which continues to plant its own fruit trees and herbs that provide fresh ingredients for its food and beverage outlets.

Atlantic Canada: What’s hot and happening in the provinces

2019 is just around the corner, and visitors to Atlantic Canada next year can expect to be greeted with incredible adventure experiences, mouth watering...

Local farmers earn over $39 million from tourism

The Jamaica Tourism Agri-Linkages Exchange (ALEX) pilot project has assisted 400 local farmers with the marketing of approximately 360,000 kg of agricultural produce valued at over $39 million.

Minister Bartlett to deliver remarks at official opening of Agri-linkages Exchange...

Jamaica's Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett will deliver remarks at the opening of the Agri-linkages Exchange (ALEX) Center. ALEX is an innovative online platform, which...

Silversands Grenada opening compliments a pure luxury Caribbean destination

Pure Grenada, the Spice of the Caribbean is offering different options in the luxury end of the market with a brand new member of...

Zimbabwe: A genocide in progress? Should Tourists Leave?

Foreign tourist should leave Zimbabwe. After a violent crackdown Tuesday night, a scary calm is returning to portions of Zimbabwe This may not be a constant situation. "Zimbabwe is open for business and tourism" might have died a premature death before business became business

Farmers website breaks new ground in harnessing the power of the...

With the recent launch of www.farmersreview.co.uk, information-hungry farmers and agronomists all over the UK will now have an online hub they can go to 24 X 7 to find the most honest, reliable and cl

Tourism news: Washington states turns agricultural tourism into a fine art

Farms and orchards that once simply supplied jobs and food have become entertainment and educational outlets for tourists interested in knowing where and how food is made.

Agricultural tourism project in Vietnam raises farmers’ incomes

A three-year pilot agricultural tourism project in three rural provinces has helped to diversify ecotourism products and raise incomes of local farmers, deputy chairman of the Vietnam Farmers' Associa

Farmers’ revolt hits tourist industry in Argentina

On March 11 Argentina's President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner announced a series of taxes on farm exports such as soya and wheat. Aimed at curbing inflation and improving Argentina's ever worsening fiscal balance, it was the second major agricultural tax hike in just four months.

Farmers protest conversion of agricultural land for tourism

MANILA, Philippines -- Members of a leftist farmers’ group staged a picket at the Department of Tourism (DoT) in Manila on Tuesday to demand an end to the conversion of agricultural lands for tourism, specifically in Nasugbu, Batangas.
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