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Costa Rica appoints new Tourism Minister

Costa Rica appoints new Tourism Minister

Costa Rica's newly-elected President, Rodrigo Chaves Robles, has chosen William Rodríguez as the new Tourism Minister. Rodríguez will also head up Costa Rica Tourism Board.

Latest phase of #DubaiDestinations campaign kicks off

Latest phase of #DubaiDestinations campaign kicks off

The latest phase of the #DubaiDestinations campaign, focused on highlighting the city’s exceptional summer experiences, has kicked off, inviting local and international audiences to enjoy an epic summer in the emirate.

Hatta Resorts and Hatta Wadi Hub set new visitor records

Hatta Resorts and Hatta Wadi Hub set new visitor records

Dubai Holding, a diversified global investment company with operations across hospitality, leisure and entertainment, announced that Hatta Resorts and Hatta Wadi Hub Season 5 will commence on 15 September 2022, following a successful extended Season 4 that welcomed more than 200,000 visitors from 125 nationalities in eight months.

85 sustainable companies listed on biosphere search engine

85 sustainable companies listed on biosphere search engine

The BiosphereSustainable.com website is now available, which allows people to learn about the good practices and sustainable efforts of companies and destinations around the world, showing how they contribute to the fulfilment of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations 2030 Agenda.

Travel promotion “Rediscover Vietnam” held in Australia

Travel promotion “Rediscover Vietnam” held in Australia

The Government of Vietnam has reopened its borders to welcome travellers from Australia, New Zealand and other countries to Vietnam. The conference in Australia was the last of a series of travel promotion events held in multiple countries, including the UK, Germany, France, the US, Japan and the Republic of Korea.

Mauritius further eases COVID restrictions as tourism demand increases

Mauritius further eases COVID restrictions as tourism demand increases

The Republic of Mauritius has announced a further easing of Covid restrictions in response to its successful vaccination campaign and resultant low infection rate. From Friday July 1st, the requirement for facemasks will be relaxed. However, it will be mandatory to wear facemasks in public areas such as hospitals, port, airport and public transport. Moreover, upon arrival tests for vaccinated and unvaccinated passengers have been waived.