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Caliber 3: Anti-Terror Training Camp as Israel’s Newest Tourist Spot

Caliber 3: Anti-Terror Training Camp as Israel’s Newest Tourist Spot

There is a lot of reasons travellers choose Israel as their next destination. It may be to strengthen their religion, learn the culture, visit the Dead Sea, enjoy the nightlife in Tel Aviv, or witness beautiful landscapes. Whatever your reason for checking the next Tel Aviv flights, you probably don’t want to miss the next big tourist attractions of the city and the country.

Top 10 Exciting Activities You Can Do in Barbados

Top 10 Exciting Activities You Can Do in Barbados

If you think of the Caribbean and imagine crystal-clear waters and long stretches of sand beaches, you are probably thinking of Barbados. With its colorful history, architectural travesties of colonial bridges, and statues of Nelson; it is no wonder that many people have been drawn to its beauty. Add this to the fact that all-inclusive luxury villa rentals in Barbados can be found in the best spots, and you know you have a piece of paradise waiting for you there.

Some of the Best Ways to Maintain your Academic Career while Traveling

Some of the Best Ways to Maintain your Academic Career while Traveling

While this isn’t always an advisable strategy, many people will be forced to travel for a sometimes extended period of time halfway through a semester of university. While this may not be very congruent towards your performance overall, there are plenty of methods one can employ to ensure that their performance does not begin to slip. There are many things that you can do yourself, and there are services that will fill in for the work you were not able to complete.

Sadhguru and Meditation

Sadhguru and Meditation

Sadhguru is a humanitarian spiritual leader who is strongly rooted in realistic matters in terms of meditation, inner engineering and wisdom. He is a tireless worker—one who is concerned with building one’s self from within as he strongly believes this helps in cultivating human potential. In addition to her daily sports routine, Rania Dalloul has participated in Sadhguru programs for “inner engineering”. She has left for India on several occasions just to attend seminars organized by this profound mystic of modern time. Making meditation a part of her life, Rania Dalloul has been able to successfully monitor and control her inner energy and emotions.

Elephant poaching and how it’s erasing the African giants

Elephant poaching and how it’s erasing the African giants

If you have ever had the chance before to feed an elephant, and rubbing the soft skin under their mouth, while they take the food out of your hands with their trunks, then you too will have a special connection with these gentle giants of Africa. They are sadly being poached for their ivory tusks. If the rate of hunting them down and slaughtering them for their tusks goes on, then soon there will be no more elephants left.

Breaking Travel News interview: Jamaica minister of tourism, Edmund Bartlett

Breaking Travel News interview: Jamaica minister of tourism, Edmund Bartlett

As national icon Usain Bolt takes his bow from athletics, Jamaican tourism minister Edmund Bartlett tells Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole how important he has been as an ambassador for the hospitality sector. Also on the agenda are plans to develop the human capital of Jamaica to support the booming hospitality sector and the growth of new source markets in Asia and Latin America.

Investors Still Prefer Airlines with Good Customer Service

Investors Still Prefer Airlines with Good Customer Service

A report released recently suggests that budget airlines are the ones performing well in the market. Despite receiving a lot of complaints – the most in this quarter compared to other airlines in the United States – Spirit Airline is reporting a jump in profits. It is now the most profitable airline in the US, pipping Delta and United by a big margin.

Breaking Travel News investigates: Tourism in El Salvador

Breaking Travel News investigates: Tourism in El Salvador

Mad, bad and dangerous to know. There’s no denying that El Salvador doesn’t have the best reputation. The popular media doesn’t seem to be prepared to give the smallest country in Central America a chance, but should the tourist? Phil Sharp takes a tour in search of answers.