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4 Must haves for your next diving holiday

4 Must haves for your next diving holiday

There’s almost nothing more breathtaking than the sights you’ll see while scuba diving. From spectacular coral reefs to schools of tropical fish, diving gives you access to a world which most people can only dream of. It’s no wonder that 52 thousand people in England participated in scuba diving or snorkelling between November 2018 and 2019.

IATA calls for face coverings and opposes onboard social distancing

IATA calls for face coverings and opposes onboard social distancing

As most airlines and airports look to restart domestic and international flights after a suspension due to the coronavirus, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) has drafted a plan to make the cabin environment even safer with effective measures so that passengers and crew can return to travel with confidence.

Why people prefer online casinos

Why people prefer online casinos

The popularity of online gambling is busting through the roof. While locked in their homes all over the globe, gambling enthusiasts have been challenged to find alternative ways to play casino games while their favorite land-based casinos are shuttered. The answer millions of gamblers have come up with is online casino gambling.

How to travel and study at the same time

How to travel and study at the same time

If you want to spend your student days and see the world, this is quite possible, even if your wallet does not have that much money and you need to study. It is enough to know how to save on travel and fit them into your student budget. It can be done at the same time at ease.

Back in Business: Vienna’s hotels reopen

Back in Business: Vienna’s hotels reopen

As the Coronavirus case numbers continue to fall thanks to the hard work of citizens and governments across Europe, many countries are beginning to slowly and cautiously think about opening up to tourists. Starting on May 29th, Vienna will begin to reopen its hotels. The tourism sector is trying to get back to work in hopes of regaining some sort of normality. Hopefully financial stability can be restored as quickly as possible in this severely impacted area of the global economy.

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

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

Always an eloquent speaker, Jamaica minister of tourism Edmund Bartlett is in his element discussing how the sector can drive economic recovery in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Here he tells Breaking Travel News editor, Chris O’Toole, about the challenges faced by hospitality in the Caribbean and what the post-Covid-19 world might look like

Vision impaired travelers can now visit Australian destinations with new micro group tours

Vision impaired travelers can now visit Australian destinations with new micro group tours

Blind and low vision community members living in the city can now help support regional economic recovery with the launch of new micro group tours. Recent announcements to lift intra-state travel restrictions in New South Wales and Victoria from Monday 1 June 2020 has enabled Australian sensory tour operator Cocky Guides to launch micro group tours with one trip leader and four travelers.

Taking a tour through the life of Leonardo da Vinci

Taking a tour through the life of Leonardo da Vinci

Most people hope to master just one craft in their lifetime, but Leonardo da Vinci wasn’t most people. The man was born into 15th-century Italy, but da Vinci’s legacy in the fields of art, engineering, and invention is still significant today. The life of the polymath provides a worthy focus for a trip, with art and culture lovers likely to find much to savour as they retrace some of his footsteps through Italy.

Poseidon Expeditions Renews Charter Contract for Sea Spirit

Poseidon Expeditions Renews Charter Contract for Sea Spirit

Poseidon Expeditions announced that it has signed an agreement with ship owner SunStone Ships, Inc. to extend the charter of the 114-passenger expedition ship Sea Spirit for two years. This will keep the ship flying the Poseidon Expeditions banner until May 2024.