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Africa Hospitality Report 2018/19 launched

The 2nd edition of Jumia’s Africa Hospitality Report looks at the 2017/2018 trends in the continent’s tourism, travel, hospitality and aviation industries.

Damyang: Bamboo forests and everyone’s favorite – bamboo food!

Damyang, located in the northernmost place on the globe where bamboo can be found – on the Korean peninsula – is known for its bamboo gardens.

Experts discuss the future of hospitality industry driven by technology in...

HITEC Dubai 2018, the Middle East’s largest hospitality technology exhibition and conference, endorsed by Dubai Tourism and co-produced by Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals...

Leading industry figures take the helm at Cape Town Tourism

Two renowned tourism professionals to provide guidance to Cape Town's premier industry organisation.

Malta Tourism Authority launches new Family Trail

The Malta Tourism Authority’s series of themed ‘trails’ has a new addition; the Family Trail, which highlights a treasure trove of activities, sites and...

5 untrue stories about Boston terror attacks that have gone viral

In the aftermath of dramatic events like Monday's bombing attack at the Boston Marathon, it's a truth of our times that millions of people will get early bits of news via social media.

How to spot the travel industry’s eco-lies

Book an airline ticket, save the planet. Re-use the towel in your hotel; stop global warming. Rent a hybrid car; reduce our dependence on fossil fuel. Lofty promises made by airlines peddling gimmicky carbon offsets, resorts hawking convoluted green initiatives and companies with shiny new fleets of high-maintenance cars to rent. And empty promises.

Soskin slams Government’s ‘big lie’ on travel and the environment

The Government's targeting of the travel industry over green issues is "the big lie", according to Cheapflights.co.uk chief executive David Soskin. Soskin accused the Government of using the travel industry, and the aviation sector in particular, as a scapegoat in the green debate because it is an easy target.
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