Thursday, 16 August 2018

This year, direct flights to Mexico will have millions of new seats!


indexThe Mexico Tourism Board or MTB declared that the global air connectivity of Mexico carries on with its growth trajectory with the addition of 1.5 million seats on direct flights to Mexico this year. 


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Coral Reef to get insured for the first time in the world


indexThink of the last time when you enjoyed a vacation, strapped on a snorkeling mask, and dove deep into the briny blue for a quick look of the nature’s most stunning sights: the rich and varied ecosystem of a coral reef. Your memories from the afternoon (or night) are, no doubt, priceless.


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To enhance tourism, Mexico to connect with Maya area by train!


indexA railroad that covers 1,500 kilometers (930 miles) across the significant archaeological centers of Mayan culture of Mexico and it will cost approximately $6.259 billion (120 billion pesos).


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Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region in south China is eager to lure tourists from Mexico


indexOfficials from Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region in south China are keen to find ways to draw greater number of tourists from Mexico.


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Barcelona cracking down on anti-social behavior from tourists


indexBarcelona is cracking down on anti-social behavior from tourists with the locals getting increasingly angry about debauched holidaymakers and begging the city council to take stringent action.


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Dr. Ngwira Mabvuto Percy is now member of the African Tourism Board


imagesZambia is playing a major role in the newly founded African Tourism Board.  Dr. Ngwira Mabvuto Percy is the First Secretary of Tourism in the Zambian Embassy in Paris, France. Besides, he is Zambia’s Liaison Officer to the UNWTO, and is now a board member of the African Tourism Board (ATB).


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Cornwall tourism warns tourists to stay away from beaches Porthcurno and Kynance cove


indexCornwall tourism has cautioned tourists to stay away from beaches Porthcurno and Kynance cove after the heat wave saw visitors coming in large numbers, causing overcrowding problems and dangerous traffic jams. Swarms of tourists are causing trouble for the local communities.


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Kleindienst Group unveils the first Sweden Beach Palace at Sweden Island


indexKleindienst Group, developer of The Heart of Europe, a cluster of six islands on The World in Dubai, has unveiled the first Sweden Beach Palace at Sweden Island. Josef Kleindienst, the chairman of Kleindienst Group, showcased the ultra-high-end property as part of the project for establishing the freehold second home market in the UAE.


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Inter-Korean tourism influx to happen, if peace prevails!


indexPlanning is in progress in South Korea to renovate and develop tourism ties with North Korea, contingent upon the rising of economic sanctions that the U.S. maintains will remain intact until Pyongyang dismantles its nuclear arsenal.


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Taiwan makes its first appearance at OTDYKH Leisure


indexThe industrialization and rapid development of Taiwan in the past years of the 20th century has been defined as the “Taiwan Miracle,” included in the “Four Asian Tigers” with Hong Kong, South Korea and Singapore. However, the country side by side has a remarkable offer in tourism.


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Tourism Selangor controls local expert program


indexTourism Selangor is piloting a state-sponsored effort to train and certify locals in Sabak Bernam, Klang and Kuala Selangor as community experts to tourists.


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Dubai has exciting events on offer during Eid Al Adha holiday


indexDubai Festivals and Retail Establishment (DFRE), an agency of Dubai Tourism, has announced its program of important events and fun activities taking place across the city in the course of the Eid Al Adha holiday.


As Nepal tourism recovers, 27 international airlines dominate the sector!


indexThe international market of Nepal is facing intense competition as Nepal Airlines pursues growth and development after taking delivery of its first widebody aircraft.


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Big demand for Boston: SAS upgrades to daily departures


SASStarting with the 2019 summer program, SAS will offer departures every day to Boston from Copenhagen. From four departures a week, SAS will fly daily.


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