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U.S. Travel welcomes bills to address billions needed to maintain National...

A U.S. Senate bill to provide funding for National Park repairs is currently under committee review. A similar bill is moving forward in the...

Flights canceled, trains stopped, bus services halted – strike chaos paralyzes...

Unions' general strike over wages and working conditions has brought Belgium to a screeching halt, causing complete chaos in airports, on the roads and...

“The urgency of the New Coastal Road” for Reunion Island makes...

February 5, 2019, a fall of about 500 kilos of rocks occurred at 3:50 pm on the Reunion main coastal road causing no injury....

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...

Japan Tourism launches new website and video series

The Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) has announced the launch of a new website and video series dedicated to the Tohoku region, the "hidden...

India’s interim budget: Bust or boom for tourism?

The interim budget presented today in India Parliament has elicited mixed reaction from industry leaders with the focus being on seeing how the proposals...

Ghana beefs up leisure tourism

According to the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) leisure travel spending (inbound and domestic) generated 66.5% of direct Travel & Tourism GDP in...

Reunion and Madagascar Presidents discuss regional cooperation

A meeting took place between the President of the Réunion Region, Didier Robert, and the new President of the Republic of Madagascar, His Excellency...

Scores of people trapped by sludge, 200 missing after Brazilian dam...

Brazilian firefighters are searching for over 200 people missing after a dam at an iron ore mine collapsed. Scores of people were trapped by...

Veteran US tour operator: Don’t let government shutdown stop your vacation...

As America’s government shutdown continues to set a record for longevity, this tour operator has seen a rise in consumer anxiety.

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 Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa announces partnerships with leading tour...

Five-star luxury hotel The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa announced its partnership with England’s new multi-modal touring route, The Great West Way.

Government shutdown or not, Bryce Canyon National Park remains open

As the partial federal shutdown continues, Garfield County's Office of Tourism wants the public to know that Bryce Canyon National Park, one of Utah's...

Is a Banyan Tree Hotel destroying the last left rainforest in...

While it may be best known as a financial hub with skyscraper type buildings, tropical Singapore is still home to a rainforest and wildlife,...

$108.5 million awarded for Port Canaveral new cruise terminal construction

The Canaveral Port Authority Board of Commissioners unanimously approved at a special meeting on Tuesday awarding Merritt Island-based Ivey’s Construction Inc. a $78.98 million...

One killed, one missing as Tropical Storm Pabuk batters Thailand’s southern...

One person was killed as the first tropical storm to hit Thailand in three decades pounded its southern coast on Friday, flooding the roads,...

DNA, Dark Skies, Spiritual Inspiration: 2019 most interesting cruise trends

After intensive research and polling of thousands of travelers, the experts, who are both knowledgeable and current about cruise trends and what constitutes a...

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.

Bombs exploded at popular tourist beach in Thailand: No casualties

Samila Beach in Thailand is a popular tourist beach. Last night two bombs rocked the popular Samila Beach, causing damage to the famous Golden Mermaid Statue and the Cat and Mouse Sculpture. Tourists from Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore visit Samila Beach.

Spending Christmas in Kilimanjaro, down of the Roof of Africa

Spending Christmas and New Year holidays on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro is such a thrilling moment now pulling thousands of travelers from Africa and other parts of the world to this part of Africa.

Visiting Oahu? Don’t rent a car, ride a Charley’s in...

The worst American States for visitors and locals to drive are Hawaii and California according to a 2018 survey by the "Bankrate Best States for Drivers Study. When traveling to the Aloha State of Hawaii forget about renting a car or taking an Uber, but think about riding a Charley's. 

Malibu is open for business after California’s most devastating wildfire

With the holidays just ahead, the Malibu Chamber of Commerce wants the public to know that the iconic city’s shops and stores are open...

Revealed: The highest road in every U.S. state

Geotab, a global leader in IoT and connected transportation, has launched a new study analyzing U.S. road data to identify the highest paved road in every state in America.

Hyatt buys Two Roads Hospitality

Hyatt has completed the previously announced acquisition of Two Roads Hospitality, a lifestyle hotel management company with a unique collection of distinctive brands.

Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya to charge vehicle entrance fees

The Ol Pejeta Conservancy on the Laikipia plains in central Kenya has just announced that they will charge an entry fee for vehicles beginning June 1, which was previously free of charge.
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