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New rhino born at Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary

On 19th April, Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary, located north of Uganda’s capital, Kampala registered the latest rhino birth. According to Angie Genade, Executive Director of...

Visa waiver leads to spike in bookings to Brazil

Brazil’s visa waiver policy announced in March is already generating positive results. Recent data from a study done by Amadeus Group shows a significant...

Delta Air Lines offsets most carbon emissions for over 300K customers...

In celebration of Earth Day today, Delta is offsetting the emissions of all domestic leisure and business travel into and out of New York,...

How Emirates is supporting and preserving biodiversity

Taking its environmental responsibilities seriously and championing wildlife conservation across different corners of the planet, the Emirates Group is playing its part to support...

San Francisco airport facility energy use: ZERO!

“As an industry leader in sustainability, we are proud to be the first airport in the world to achieve a certified Zero Net Energy...

NY drinks NY wines: History and hybrids

New York Wines: Disaster in the Beginning Historians have documented the fact that grapes were first introduced to New York by the Dutch (1647-1664); sadly,...

African Game Rangers: Key conservation tourism partners in stress

Wildlife is the leading tourist attraction and source of tourist revenue in Africa other than rich historical and cultural heritage the continent has been...

D.R. Congo: African Tourism Board is a place to be according...

The African Tourism Board welcomes Kahuzi Biega National Park as a new member. The Kahuzi-Biega National Park is a protected area near Bukavu town...

The Kingdom of Eswatini Tourism Authority Teams up with African Tourism...

The Kingdom of Eswatini, formerly known as Swaziland joined the African Tourism Board as its latest member. The Honorable Minister of Minister of Tourism and...

Travel industry building for more sustainable future this Earth Day and...

A day to promote environmental awareness and bring attention to the protection of the planet, Earth Day is celebrated in more than 193 countries...

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...

Seychelles eco-friendly tourism efforts put forward in Germany

Environment conservation efforts being made by Seychelles, and how tourists can join in the initiatives, were the focus points of a press conference organized...

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...

InterContinental Genève: 6 years of Green Globe certification

Green Globe first certified the InterContinental Genève in 2014. Ideally located on an oasis of calm in the diplomatic district, InterContinental Genève offers elegantly designed...

Scorpion stings passenger on Air Transat flight

As if flying wasn’t stressful enough, a Canadian student’s story of being stung by a stowaway scorpion mid-flight is adding a whole new dimension...

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge to open at Disneyland Resort and at...

In anticipation of high guest interest, Disney Parks, Experiences and Products announced today it will open Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge ahead of schedule at...

Leve 2019 changing the game for sustainabile tourism, living & environment...

On Sunday May 05, 2019, Tourism Intelligence International will host its exclusive tourism and lifestyle invitation-only event, Leve, at the formidable Villa Being in...

Beating the winter blues in Puerto Vallarta

There’s no shame in looking for a sun-and-beach getaway in Puerto Vallarta and, with a comfortable 70-75 degrees average temperature for the upcoming spring...

Surrey introduces world’s first AI-powered travel guide

The University of Surrey has developed the world’s first AI-powered travel guide to work alongside Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly Slow Travel book. ...

Six Tenerife-born parrots in danger of extinction reintroduced to Brazil

The six specimens of Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) born in the Loro Parque Foundation's facilities and moved last August to Brazil for their reinsertion...

How Qatar Airways Tackles Global Wildlife Crime

Qatar Airways has launched an industry-leading training programme focused on preventing illegal wildlife trafficking. The bespoke e-learning package, developed by Qatar Airways to enhance...

Elephant Mud Fun: Tourists can get down and dirty with friendly...

Bali Zoo introduced a grand new intimate Elephant Mud Fun half-day attraction allowing guests to get down and dirty with the friendly Sumatran elephants...

Sierra Leone honors Dr. Jane Goodall, setting stage for tourism debut

Sierra Leone will welcome Dr. Jane Goodall (DBE, anthropologist and UN Messenger of Peace), the world’s foremost expert on chimpanzees, during her three-day visit...

Hawaii nonprofits agree to restore coastal lands

The Hawaii Community Foundation (HCF) announced its 2019 recipients of the Community Restoration Partnership (CRP) grants, totaling more than $1.4 million to fund the...

Tanzania jails Chinese national for ivory trafficking

Tanzanian Resident Magistrate sentenced a Chinese national to 15 years in prison today for trafficking of elephant tusks, which prosecutors claimed to have been...
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