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Why Travel to Madrid? 40 Years of Diversity and Tolerance: Just...

Germany and the rest of the world agrees. Madrid is the city of tolerance and diversity. According to a prestigious award received on the...

Double Deadly Terror Attack in New Zealand: “There is blood everywhere”

"I'm still in shock at the news coming from Christchurch today. To any Muslims, both in New Zealand and around the world I am...

Can you be a student and a full-time traveller?

It would be worthwhile to clarify that life in travel is not a goal that is mandatory for all. In other words, if you...

Six destinations to become leaders of Salento’s 2019 tourist season

Salento, located at the southern end of Apulia in Southern Italy, keeps building up its image and the consequent increase of tourism demand. ...

Halal Internet? ‘Sharia-compliant’ web browser launched in Malaysia

The world's first Sharia-compliant Internet service suite has been launched in Malaysia - along with browser, chat and sadaqah services. Malaysian startup SalamWeb seeks to...

Why India is the Perfect Place to Travel with a Beard

Ever since ancient times, a lot of men chose to wear beards. Today beards are popular once again across the Western world, but at...

Hilton has to pay $21 million for civil rights violation, but...

Towering over Brickell Avenue, Conrad Miami offers the ultimate in luxury accommodations, a serene rooftop pool, sprawling vistas of the bay, and easy access...

Nairobi Dusit2 terror attack: 21 dead, 700 rescued and many heroes

700 people could have died in the attack in Nairobi but didn't because of security measures in place and the immediate and effective response...

The Holy See and Venezuelan bishops work together to help population

The Holy See and the Bishops of the country continue to work together to help the Venezuelan people

American Beverage Institute: Come to Utah for vacation, leave on probation

The American Beverage Institute, a national restaurant group feels the tourism industry is getting hurt in not allowing visitors to drink more than 2 beers and driving a car. The limit for drinking and driving as of January 1, 2019, will be a strict .05 in the US State of Utah.

China says No to Christmas, but Yes to tourism

A fascinating country to visit is China unless you're Christian and want to celebrate Christmas Chinese style. This may be a dangerous undertaken. Christians all over the world are getting ready to celebrate Christmas. Christians ready to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ all over the world, including in the Peoples Republic of China. 

Destination Coorg, the Scotland of India on the Road to promote...

Destination Coorg presents a rural district in the southwest Indian State of Karnataka. Coorg is not just known for its scenic beauty and coffee, but also is a conclave of the history of the Kodava Kings making it a regal place to visit.

Islamic zealots shut down ‘anti-Islamic’ spas in the Maldives

Visitors vacationing in Maldives will now have to look for their spa treatments elsewhere as a result of the decision taken by the local government.

An Open Letter to the Taliban

Aslam-o-Alaikum!

Tourists get to “test-drive” a religion in Istanbul

People usually think of religion in terms of a lifetime of commitment, but could you learn anything from trying one out for a month?

Minister: Church attacks threatening Malaysia’s tourism

RAUB - The Tourism Ministry fears that attempts of arson on several churches in the country may threaten its tourism industry's growth.

Ethiopia’s Hamer people threatened by tourism, religion

TURMI, Ethiopia — Ethiopia's Hamer people, a long isolated, pastoral warrior tribe, are increasingly opening up to tourists, a move some fear could endanger age-old traditions with too much exposure

Journey through the historical chasms of the Holy Land

Walking through the massive stone entrance of what two centuries ago was a gateway for pilgrims to a hostel in the historic port-town of Jaffa - not far from Tel Aviv - is a magical, eclectic artistic

Strange but true, only in Egypt

Aside from massive sectarian clashes reportedly taking place in the Upper Egyptian village of Tayibba in Samallut, there are other unexpected and bizarre events making headlines.

Church-based theme cruises thriving

Every year hundreds of thousands of people take their first cruise.
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