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A bat which looks like singer/actor Lance Bass, a gibbon named for Luke Skywalker, and a toad which seems to have come from Lord of the Rings “Middle Earth," are among 157 new species discovered in the Greater Mekong Region last year, according to a new report from the World Wildlife Fund.
Jumeirah Group today announces the opening of Jumeirah at Saadiyat Island Resort, the group's first luxury "eco-conscious" Resort, nestled on the pristine shores of...
Destinations: The Holiday & Travel Show will celebrate its 26th year in London and 8th year in Manchester next year and is free to attend for travel professionals.
Destinations: The Holiday & Travel Show will celebrate its 26th year in London and 8th year in Manchester next year and is free to...
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.
An international event specialized in Adventure travel, one of its kinds in ASIA, successfully concluded by MP tourism
“We are very happy to welcome Australia into our extraordinary collection of Preferred Destinations. Our 365 Member Agencies are always delighted to promote such...
"I want to say one word to you. Just one word… Plastics.” Those immortal lines from The Graduate, an iconic film released in 1967,...
Just as the furore about the trophy hunting of the pride male named Skye began abating, another incident has highlighted the ethics of hunting in the Associated Private Nature Reserves (APNR) alongside the Kruger National Park.
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UGANDA (eTN) - Tourism sources have expressed their satisfaction over news that the Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) is now permitting the use of mountain bikes at Mt.
(eTN) - Tanzania’s no-nonsense Minister for Natural Resources and Tourism, Ambassador Khamis Kagesheki, announced today the sacking of several top officials in his ministry for their involvement in
TANZANIA (eTN) - From a single national park in 1961, Tanzania is marking 50 years of independence, with well-established and full-fledged protected 15 national parks, rich with wildlife and natural p
(eTN) - Cabinet ministers responsible for wildlife conservation from seven African countries are meeting in the Tanzanian capital city of Dar es Salaam discussing cooperative enforcement operations di
Imagine you are an explorer heading out to the jungle to see wild orangutans and other exotic tropical animals and you will begin to get a sense of what a visit to the Tanjung Puting National Park is
With vast amounts of marine litter posing multiple threats, from harming wildlife to damaging tourism to loading the human food chain with potentially cancer-causing toxins, a United Nations conferenc
A leading wildlife expert in Zimbabwe has warned that government's push to implement the controversial wildlife based land reform will have "a huge" impact on tourism.
(eTN) - When the peace agreement was signed in January 2005 between the Sudan People's Liberation Movement and the regime in Khartoum, many investment opportunities were waiting for the quick witted,
With its abundant wildlife, magnificent waterfalls and offering safaris on foot, canoe and horseback, Zambia has established itself as one of Africa's most popular tourist destinations.
ORLANDO, Florida - In just four months, more than US$1 million has been pledged to wildlife conservation efforts around the world thanks to vacationing families participating in the new "SeaWorld Care
UGANDA (eTN) - The anti-hunting lobby in Uganda has taken fresh hope, following reports last week that the top management of the Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) was suspended from office to clear the
UGANDA (eTN) - As was expected by many informed observers watching the current saga at the Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) unfold in the public arena, the High Court in Kampala yesterday granted an in
UGANDA (eTN) - As officials from the Ministry of Tourism and members of the board of the Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) were summoned to appear before a parliamentary committee this week, revelations