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Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority, U.S. and British Authorities warn in...

The Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority in a statement released urges hotels in Sri Lanka to take maximum measures to strengthen security as Hotels...

A new Tourism potential in Tanzania: The Southern Circuit

A new Tourism potential is about to be unlocked In Tanzania. All roads and international air routes will in the near future, be leading...

Sharjah Ruler Opens Historic Dh 6-Billion Khorfakkan Highway

HH Sheikh Dr Sultan bin Mohamed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, accompanied by HH Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi,...

South East Asia Hotel Investors’ Summit returns to Westin Grande...

The South East Asia Hotel Investors’ Summit returns for its third edition in May and will again feature top executives from both hotel owning...

Gleam of hope for tourism

On March 27, all roads led to Mombasa, Kenya, for a joint business meeting organized by Uganda and Kenya and the two Presidents of...

About the African Tourism Board: Top important according to an African...

Drew Barrett, a Chicago based African American tourism expert and consultant, thinks the newly founded African Tourism Board(ATB) is very important and potentially valuable to the...

 Iranians open homes to travelers stranded by floods

As dramatic videos of deadly floods leaving behind destroyed vehicles and other damage circulate on Iranian social media networks, ordinary Iranians are doing what...

Uganda travel and trafficking

Sub-Saharan Africa has enormous tourism potential: leopards lounging in acacia trees, elephant herds drifting across vast savannah plains, gorillas and chimps rioting in deep...

Turkish suspect in Utrecht terrorist attack arrested

Utrecht's police chief has confirmed that the 37-year-old Turkish suspect in the deadly shooting on a tram in the Netherlands has been arrested. Gökmen...

Three killed in Utrecht terrorist attack, Turkish suspect on the run

The mayor of Utrecht has confirmed that three people have been killed in the shooting. Dutch police have identified a 37-year-old Turkish man as...

Source of The Nile Bridge part of Global Greening for St....

The Embassy of Ireland in Uganda, in partnership with the Uganda Tourism Board (UTB) and the Uganda National Roads Authority, illuminated the "Source of...

Kansas City International Airport to break ground on new $1.5 billion...

Officials at the Kansas City International Airport (MCI), with partner Edgemoor Infrastructure & Real Estate, will break ground on a new $1.5 billion single...

Ditch the snow already! Spring into adventure travel

  With the weather slowly… very slowly… warming up around most of the USA, spring is finally just around the corner. It is the perfect...

Visiting Mauritius: What is the best way to rent a car...

Mauritius, an island nation in the Indian Ocean, welcomes visitors with its exotic beaches and fine hotels. It is a great destination for holidays...

Munich tops European airports in CDP climate protection rankings

Munich Airport has been recognized for its effective climate change efforts by the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), an international organization that supports companies and...

Improving safety for India rail

Indian Railways is taking steps to improve safety standards and services as it is also moving forward with providing faster trains. This was stated in...

All set for maiden Arusha outdoor auto show

All roads and international air routes will during the weekend be leading to Tanzania’s northern safari capital of Arusha to grace a maiden region...

Why “Silent Day” in Bali needs to be on your travel...

Wondering when’s the best time to visit Bali? Many will say it’s during the “dry” season of April through October, but others say the...

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...
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