Belize saw a 24.3 per cent increase in overnight European tourism arrivals between January-June this year when compared to 2017, with the UK market increasing by 20.6 per cent over the period.
No tourists remain at risk in the Monchique mountain range, according to the Algarve Tourist Board. Forest fires have been burning in the area since the afternoon of August 3rd, with the Macdonald Monchique Resort & Spa evacuated over the weekend.
The new thrice-weekly service will take off with effect from October 29th and comes hot on the heels of a route to Debrecen being announced just weeks ago.
UNESCO has designated a series of sites associated with the hidden history of Christians in 16th- to 19th-century Japan as the country's 18th World Cultural Heritage Site.
British travellers have been warned over the impact of forest fires in Portugal by the Foreign & Commonwealth Office. Fires have been raging in southern Portugal for three days after the country recorded one of its highest ever temperatures.
UKinbound has released its latest business barometer results, in collaboration with Qa Research, based on members’ feedback regarding their business performance in May and June this year.
Created around seven pillars – Eat, Drink, See, Stay, Do, Discover, Go – the campaign features stunning photography, exclusive film and expert insight.
Dubai welcomed a record 8.1 million international overnight tourists during the first six months of 2018, representing a consistent increase on the same period last year.
The latest figures from Abu Dhabi show the number of hotel guests staying in the emirate during June rose by six per cent compared to the same month a year ago.
DXB Entertainments has announced that Dubai Parks & Resorts attracted over 1.4 million visits during the first half of 2018, an increase of 46 per cent compared to the first half of 2017.
The Cayman Islands welcomed over 1.3 million visitors between January and June 2018. The figure represents an increase of nearly 20 per cent, or 214,711 visitors, when compared to the same period in 2017.
Visitor numbers to the Middle Eastern tourism hotspot of Oman grew by almost five per cent in 2017, according to recent figures published by the ministry of tourism.