Extreme weather is becoming one of the biggest risks to World Heritage icons like the Polynesian Easter Island or Britain's Stonehenge, posing a threat to tourism and economies alike, scientists and UN experts said on Thursday.
Oman's Ministry of Tourism has partnered with Ingenuity Technologies, a leading solutions provider, to launch a new Taxi Management Service in the country.
The technology, which will be made available soon, will bring together
Egypt will have to work 10 times harder to revive its tourism industry, Tourism Minister Yehia Rashed said on Sunday, after a series of setbacks including the crash of an EgyptAir flight into the Mediterranean three days ago.
Mauritius said on Friday that tourism revenue in 2016 will be 1.9 per cent higher than it had previously forecast, after a surge in visitors during the first quarter.
Tourism is a valuable source of foreign exchange for Mauritius,
Dubai’s Department of Tourism & Commerce Marketing and Airbnb, a leading community-driven hospitality company, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to help promote responsible hosting and help grow and diversify tourism in t
The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has invited applications for its Awards for Excellence and Innovation in Tourism.
The deadline for applications is 30 September 2016.
The UNWTO Awards for Excellence and Innova
Oman's Ministry of Tourism is organising a three-day exhibition in Muscat City Center, Seeb, from May 19 to May 21, where hotels and travel partners will showcase exciting deals for this summer.
A total of 27 packages has been
Portugal, Moldova and Ukraine in Europe, and Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam in Asia have emerged as new child sex tourism destinations, prompting activists to call for governments to include measures to protect children in their tourism plans.
Seven cruise ships carrying upto 17,500 passengers will soon make their way to Qatar as the tourism authority (QTA) pushes ahead in its efforts to attract more travellers.
QTA has signed an agreement with TUI Cruises through which
More than 6,000 travel professionals including travel agents, hospitality groups, hoteliers, developers and key international decision makers from around the world will gather in Abu Dhabi this November for the second World Halal Tourism Summit.