Oman’s Ministry of Tourism recently concluded its one-day roadshow in Dubai which took place at the H Hotel. The event is part of a series of tours covering neighboring GCC states to promote the Sultanate as an ultimate destination for regional visitors seeking a memorable travel experience.
Rugby sevens in Southern and East Africa has gained much-deserved momentum over the recent years and, with it drawing in more spectators, including international tourists.
The Asia Pacific Incentives and Meetings Event (AIME) has announced its commitment to bringing more quality buyers from across globe, with 60 percent originating outside of Australia.
Susana Martinez, governor, New Mexico, announced that in 2017, the tourism industry generated the largest economic impact in state history for the seventh consecutive year, injecting USD6.6 billion into New Mexico’s economy.
Executives Hotel Olaya, an upscale property in Saudi Arabia has recommended RateTiger for stable and seamless connectivity with one of the world’s leading OTA. The hotel, which has been using RateTiger Channel Manager and Shopper to manage its online distribution, has experienced positive results with improved exposure and efficiency.
Swiss-Belhotel International has celebrated the grand opening of Swiss-Belinn Modern Cikande, a stylish new midscale hotel in Banten, Indonesia.
Seeking to advance use of innovation and cutting-edge technologies into cultural tourism practices, destinations and products, the International Seminar on Harnessing Cultural Tourism through Innovation and Technology will be held in Hamedan, Iran alongside the 40th UNWTO Affiliate Members Plenary Session.
H.H. Mubarak AM Al Sabah, chairman, Action Hotels, hosted a round of meetings at Kuwait’s White Palace recently with Sebastien Bazin, CEO, Accor International.
After being closed for 16 months, Costa Rica PoÃ¡s Volcano National Park has re-opened to the public.
80 young people from Cape Town got to enjoy the experience of a lifetime, celebrating Mandela heritage and footprint in the city. Hosted by Cape Town Tourism, learners from two marginalised areas around Cape Town Langa and Khayelitsha, were given the opportunity to walk in Nelson Madela’s footsteps and to learn about his life and legacy, particularly how Cape Town formed part of the former-presidents life, in commemoration of the Mandela Centenary celebrations this year, and during tourism month.