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Colombia Ranked First (Once Again!) at The Global Big Day Competition
With more than 1,500 bird species registered over the weekend, the country won the bird-watching competition for the eleventh time.
Opening in 2023: Apes Hill Barbados Resort and Community
A new golf resort in Barbados where nature reigns supreme on the 475 acres of Apes Hill is opening to villa rental guests and potential property owners
Abu Dhabi and Miral Sign MoU to enhance marine conservation and research through Yas SeaWorld®
Environment Agency-Abu Dhabi and Miral commit to marine life and ocean conservation in the UAE and wider region The MoU will see Environment Agency-Abu Dhabi and Yas SeaWorld Research & Rescue partner in areas including marine research, wildlife incident response, capacity building and public outreach
Nova Maldives is making a difference on World Ocean Day
The Maldives’ bright new star, Nova, is delighted to unleash a shoal of eco-inspired activities and events in celebration of World Ocean Day 2023.
UNWTO Identifies Priorities for Boosting Rural Tourism Potential
UNWTO has launched a new report to determine the status of rural tourism in its Member States and identify the main challenges and opportunities for tourism as a driver for rural development from a policy perspective.
Etihad Rail aims to bring luxury railway service to UAE to boost tourism
The railway operator and Italian luxury hospitality company Arsenale have signed a deal to bring 'rail cruising' to the Emirates
Strong signs of recovery for Travel & Tourism in Canada says WTTC
Sector set to contribute more than $162 billion to Canada’s economy this year Travel & Tourism contributes one in every 12 jobs International visitor spend up almost 65%
Ready, set, go! Watch Yas Island CIO Jason Momoa burning some serious rubber on Yas Marina Circuit
Jason Momoa’s ridiculously awesome job as Yas Island Chief Island Officer has just landed him on top of a racing car, embracing his inner mantra to spin the wheels like a pro on Yas Marina Circuit.
Hanoi hotels bounce back with surge in visitors
Hanoi’s hotel market is experiencing a period of recovery as it caters to a surge in domestic and international arrivals, which have pushed up occupancy rates and improved business performance.
AHEAD OF MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND, VETERANS LAUNCH THERAPEUTIC BIKE RIDE ACROSS THE COUNTRY
Rails-to-Trails Conservancy and Warrior Expeditions team up to highlight the mental and physical health benefits of time spent outside.
HOTEL LOTTE embarks on a new 50-year legacy building upon its 50-year heritage
HOTEL LOTTE, which has been leading the development of Korean tourism industry after its foundation on May 5th, 1973, is celebrating its 50th anniversary.
DOMINICA FEATURED IN 2023 SPORTS ILLUSTRATED SWIMSUIT ISSUE
The Nature Island's first time being selected as a destination for the iconic photoshoot