To unleash the urge to travel like never before, Marriott Bonvoy’s celebratory Week of Wonders (October 6-13, 2022) is set to satisfy wanderlust with exclusive offers, opportunities for discounts on room rates, options to earn bonus points towards free stays, and capabilities to redeem incredible experiences through Marriott Bonvoy Moments™.
With the objective of attracting adventure enthusiasts to explore Oman’s diverse offerings, the Ministry of Heritage and Tourism (MHT), in cooperation with Omran, will organise the first edition of Oman Tourism Meet on September 27-28 at Oman Convention and Exhibition Centre.
IRONMAN 70.3, will be hosted in Salalah, Sultanate of Oman, creating the ideal backdrop for this spectacular event. The event also provides attendees with the chance to explore Salalah and experience the hospitality of the city and the people of Oman.
Ranch Rider recently added Jordan to its riding holiday collection. The specialist tour operator’s Follow the Nabateans Ride is new for 2022, with the first trip scheduled for September. Skilled traders, the Nabateans migrated from Arabia in the 6th century BC into Southern Jordan, where they built their magical, stone-hewn capital city, Petra, a major highlight of the adventure.
A recently published study by Future Market Insights expects the global adventure tourism market to expand at a 16 percent CAGR (compound annual growth rate) over the next decade. Meaning: By the end of the period, a valuation of $1,484.01 billion is expected for the market.
Brits are taking more breaks at home this year than they have in decades, with families across the country looking for ways to stay entertained over the summer. Luckily Hangloose Adventure at Bluewater has just the thing, the longest and fastest zipline in England – Skywire
As the tourism sector reopens in Wales, Breaking Travel News editor, Chris O’Toole, here visits the new Zip World Tower in Rhigos to find out how the attraction is contributing to the regeneration of the local area
The protocols focus on measures to ensure the reopening of adventure tourism, which should see an increase in popularity as travellers seek more unique experiences post Covid-19.
Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority has unveiled the Jais Adventure Peak, a collection of adventure attractions perched atop the highest mountain in the United Arab Emirates, Jebel Jais.
Bear Grylls has officially opened his £20 million first adventure attraction in Birmingham with a star studded guestlist.
Having been recognised as South America’s Leading Adventure Tourism Destination for the second consecutive year by the World Travel Awards in 2016, Breaking Travel News here takes a tour of the many wonderful sights this destination has to offer the thrill-seeking traveller.
Growth in the adventure travel market has accelerated at a 65 percent yearly rate since 2009 according to the newly released Adventure Tourism Market Study – a consumer report by The George Washington University (GW) conducted in partnership with the Adventure Travel Trade Association.