The Belize Tourism Board has said the destination welcomed over half a million overnight arrivals for the first time in 2019.
The Middle Eastern destination has been embarking on a programme – known as Vision 2030 – designed to overhaul its economy, diversifying away from a reliance on oil.
The Taal volcano has erupted in the Philippines sending a massive plume of ash and steam over the Batangas province. Nearly 50,000 people living near the volcano have heeded official warnings to evacuate as fears of a larger eruption grow, officials said on Monday.
Developed by Meraas, Ain Dubai sits on Bluewaters in the heart of Dubai and, once operational, it will provide residents and visitors extensive views of the iconic city of Dubai and its shoreline.
Dubai registered a total of 41,988 real estate transactions in 2019, according to Data Finder, the real estate insights and data platform under the Property Finder Group.
Thomas Cook – India has entered into a strategic long-term agreement with Experience Hub, the trade and promotion arm of Yas Island, Abu Dhabi. The deal is designed to enhance visitation to the island in 2020 and beyond.
With over 700 islands and cays, and 15 of the 16 unique island destinations currently open for business, the Bahamas lies just 55 miles off the coast of Florida, offering an easy fly away escape that transports travellers away from their everyday.
Miral has finalised a partnership with Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, to secure exclusive naming rights of Yas Bay Arena.
Tourism Australia has developed a resource for agents or travellers currently visiting or planning to visit the country in response to the ongoing bushfire situation. The new portal shows which tourism areas have been affected.
The Israel tourist office has announced 2019 saw a record number of arrivals to the destination from the UK. In total, some 235,400 Brits visited the Middle Eastern destination throughout the year, representing an increase of eight per cent from 2018.
The government of St Lucia has unveiled plans to will be introduce a tourist accommodation fee to be used for destination marketing and development. All accommodation providers on the island will be required to collect the charge from guests from April 1st.
Passengers will have the chance to extend their trip and make the most with a stopover in Istanbul, a city that is brimming with delicious food, steeped in history and rich with culture.