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Thailand visa on arrival makes travel to the country smoother

The Thailand visa on arrival online or Thai eVOA was launched in November 2018 to make it easier for foreign travelers to visit the...

Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth returns to Australia

Luxury cruise line Cunard has announced that it’s second largest ship, Queen Elizabeth will return to Australia for an unparalleled 118 days over from...

CruiseTrends report: What’s trending in cruise industry

CruiseTrends report for the month of February 2019 was released today. The report details a picture of consumer behavior for cruise ship travel for...

Mobility of the Future: Fraport and Volocopter

Fraport AG and Volocopter GmbH are pioneering mobility ofthe future. Together, they are developing concepts for ground infrastructure and operations required for air taxi...

Kenya confirms cruise ship terminal set for completion this year

The construction of the Sh350 million world-class cruise ship terminal at the Port of Mombasa is set to be completed in August next year. Tourism...

Seychelles Tourism departments conveys peers and other stakeholders to the first...

High officials representing various agencies, members of the tourism-trade and other stakeholders met again on February 1, 2019, three-months following their last assembly in...

The Lodhi unveils The Sultan Suite

The Lodhi, New Delhi, a member of The Leading Hotels of the World, announced the latest addition to their grand suites: “The Sultan Suite.” True...

Oceana cruise liner arrives to Dubai on its maiden voyage in...

Dubai Cruise Tourism, a department of Dubai’s Department of Tourism & Commerce Marketing (Dubai Tourism), along with its public and private sector partners welcomed...

Mission to develop Tourism Satellite Account kick starts in Seychelles

Following an assessment of the national tourism statistical system of the Seychelles conducted in 2017 by the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) where...

Hosting conferences in Darwin becoming a smart option

For event organizers, recent events in Darwin have seen record numbers of attendance. Several events hosted at the Darwin Convention Centre in 2018 achieved...

Top meeting trends for 2019 revealed

The speed of life and business is laser fast today, communication devices intrude constantly, and lifestyles have adjusted accordingly. This includes when in meeting...

Reunion Island forges ahead with cruise tourism

Reunion Island welcomed last week the cruise ships Queen Elizabeth and THE WORLD. It was Azeddine Bouali, the Head of Reunion Cruise handling, who...

African Regional ports body appoints Col. Andre Ciseau of Seychelles as...

Andre Ciseau from Seychelles has been confirmed as the Secretary General of the Port Management Association of Eastern and Southern Africa (PMAESA) headquartered in...

Princess Cruises’ ships rendezvous in Southeast Asia for the first time

For the first time in Southeast Asia, two Princess Cruises’ ships -Diamond Princess and Sapphire Princess – have docked in several ports in Southeast...

Seychelles Sustainable Tourism Label renewed for two Hilton properties

The Seychelles Minister for Tourism, Civil Aviation, Ports and Marine, Mr Didier Dogley handed over SSTL certificates to representatives of two Hilton hotels in...

Brussels Tourism pays tribute to Bruegel in 2019

To celebrate the 450th anniversary of the death of the great Flemish master, several exhibitions and original activities will be on offer to visitors...

What’s the motive for attacking Kenya?

Attacking the travel and tourism industry is the modus operandi by almost every terror group in the world. Tourism is a fragile industry and...

Reunion Island welcomes 7,000 cruise passengers in one go

Two cruise ships at Reunion Island were seen as a big success to have successfully handled 7,000 visitors in the one go.

The importance of cruise ship tourism

Seychelles as a country that is totally dependent on tourism and needs to now move to better understand Cruise Ship Business.

Why Seychelles should be on everyone’s 2019 travel list

Alain St.Ange shared his thoughts and expertise on why he believes Seychelles should be on everyone’s travel list for 2019.

Seychelles offers tourism for all – but needs to say it...

Seychelles has a diverse tourism product which makes its strength and which has guaranteed its success. Seychelles offers tourism for all. Visiting journalists to the islands continue to raise this question, and only last week Alain St.Ange, the former Seychelles Minister responsible for Tourism, Civil Aviation, Ports and Marine was quizzed on the 'Tourism for All' he had pushed during his campaign as a Candidate for the post of Secretary General of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO). 

CTO Secretary General: 2019 outlook is bright for the Caribbean

As the Caribbean tourism sector prepares to welcome the New Year, we look forward to 2019 with a sense of optimism, excitement and much...

Seychelles Tourism presents figures to partners at annual marketing meeting

The tremendous efforts in marketing by the Seychelles Tourism Board (STB) is bearing fruit.

‘The Palace’ – first Asian all-inclusive “luxury cruise ship within a...

Dream Cruises, Genting Cruise Lines’ luxury cruise brand, has announced a collection of new benefits and services to enhance the travelling experience of guests...

Dubai firm eyes tourist investments in Zanzibar

Dubai-based property developer Al Nakhil company is eyeing the Island of Zanzibar to inject its capital into the thriving tourism on the island famous...
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