Category Tourism, Organisations & Operators,

This Summer Beat the Crowds, by Taking a Better Alternative, to Discover an Unexpected Saudi

As the weather warms up you may have started thinking, of the right destination to choose for a cooler escape. Why not consider a vacation to explore an unexpected destination, Saudi, which contrary to preconceptions has average summer temperatures of between 24°C – 78°F – 27 °C/ 84°F in the mountains and along its coastlines.

Minister Bartlett Explores Partnership with Chemonics to Mark 3rd Global Tourism Resilience Day

On the margins of the Resilience and Innovation Summit now underway in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Minister of Tourism, Hon. Edmund Bartlett, met with senior representatives of leading global sustainable development firm, Chemonics International, in a bid to forge a major partnership for the upcoming Global Tourism Resilience Day in 2025.

The Balearic Islands Underlines Local Food Industry as Key Driver of Tourism Success

In a collaboration between the islands’ tourism and agricultural departments, the event welcomed the UK travel and food industries to embark on a sensory journey through the archipelago, comprising Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera, to experience the flavours, textures and aromas of many of the local wines and produce that highlight the rich agricultural traditions of the destination.

Mamallapuram is now in Green Destination certification program

The UNESCO World Heritage Site and famous tourist destination on the shores of Bay of Bengal near Chennai is now a ‘Green Destination’. Having completed the one-year-long engagement phase of data collection and documentation, the destination of Mamallapuram has officially become part of the awards and certification program.

Go City Expands to Eastern Europe With the All-Inclusive Prague Pass, Available Now for Summer Trave

Go City—the world’s leading sightseeing pass brand—launches its first pass in Eastern Europe, the All-Inclusive Prague Pass. The Go City All-Inclusive Prague Pass enables travelers to experience a selection of the city’s best sights—all handpicked by a local destination expert—at the best price.

BREAKING NEWS: collapse of Europe’s third largest tour operator FTI

Morgann Lesné from travel M&A investment bank Cambon Partners comments:

“Most considered FTI too big to fail and therefore would not have seen this coming today. Right now a lot of those B2B suppliers will be urgently confirming their exposure and legal situation – they can guess, but it might take days to work through to an absolute figure.

WTTC Urges Countries to Join WHO’s Global Digital Health Certification Network

Sixty years ago, a catchy tune and a whimsical boat ride debuted at the 1964 World’s Fair before moving to Disneyland in 1966. At a time when air travel was still a luxury, its miniature landscapes offered people a glimpse into the world. Americans saw the temples of Thailand and the carnivals of Brazil. “It’s a Small World” wasn’t just a boat ride; it was a portal for discovery.