Minister for Civil Society Nick Hurd MP today launches a major new travel initiative which is designed by young people for young people.
Over half (54 per cent) of British guests fail to complain about hotel cleanliness issues, according to new research from CheckSafetyFirst.com. The health and safety expert warns that hotels are allowing standards to slip because British guests, often stereotyped as reluctant grumblers, don’t complain to staff when they experience issues
As exhausted passengers were disembarking their disabled cruise ship on Valentine’s Day, many people thinking about booking a cruise of their own this year are thinking, “What if that had been my vacation”?
More than half of all travellers are getting ill through drinking dirty water abroad. Diarrhoea is the most common illness resulting from contaminated water, affecting up to 50% of all international travellers.
The Indian Government recently announced tourist visa on arrival for citizens of five countries - Japan, New Zealand and Singapore, in an effort to promote tourism.
The UK’s fastest growing online independent travel agent has conducted research of more than 1,000 British holidaymakers and found that 39% of those questioned felt they weren’t using all inclusive trips abroad to their full potential.
At 10.00 am on Nov 19, 2009, the U.S. House Committee on Foreign Affairs is going to hold a hearing titled ‘Is it Time to Lift the Ban on Travel to Cuba?
According to the latest reports in Asia, Japan’s three largest banks have decided to reject the Transport Ministry’s rehabilitation plan for the troubled JAL but the country’s new centre-left government is set to bail the company out.
President Hugo Chavez’s government has taken control of a landmark hotel run by Hilton on Margarita island, announcing another nationalization by socialist-run Venezuela.
Delta Air Lines has been charged in a US federal lawsuit this week with conspiring to obtain emails and computer files of the founder of a group that has been urging the U.S. Congress to pass legislation that would protect airline travellers from lengthy tarmac delays and other inconveniences.
The damage to Honduras’ tourism sector as a result of the coup will take up to 10 years to repair, according to the minister of tourism of the country. Ricardo Martinez (pictured) said a large number of tourism projects and infrastructure improvements had been shelved due to the instability in the country.