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Kenya’s international tourism shows resilience in first half of 2017

International tourists have grown by six per cent to 598 million all around the globe in the first six months of this year, which is the strongest since the last seven years.     The latest... … [Read more...]

Beach tourism in Caribbean Islands destroyed for Irma

HurricaneAbout 100% of the sea beaches of Caribbean Islands are destroyed as Hurricane severely ripped with a storm winds around 160 kmph.       The white pristine sandy sea beaches... … [Read more...]

Marriott boat refuses to rescue non-guests, tourists stranded in Hurricane Irma

Shocked tourists who were stuck on St. Thomas island of the Caribbean during Hurricane Irma were left ‘stranded’ after a Marriott rescue vessel refused to permit non-hotel guests to board the boat.... … [Read more...]

Thousands of tourists stranded in Cuba after Irma

It is the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, which hit Cuba with 160mph winds and it is referred as the deadly storm, thousands of Cuban residents and the tourists are stranded, swimming the flooded... … [Read more...]

61dead in Mexico due to deadly quake, Hurricane Katia

Mexico landed with twin national emergencies after the 8.1 quake a raging hurricane devastated the country, killing 61.     Hundreds of buildings were toppled in several states. Juchitan,... … [Read more...]

Game of Thrones draw 75,000 tourists to Dragonstone, potentially destroying it

Spanish tourism authorities are quite anxious amidst welfare concerns of a heritage site known as San Juan de Gaztelugatxe in the Basque region after as many as 75,000 tourists had visited its... … [Read more...]

More than 1,600 Florida flights cancelled due to Hurricane Irma

According to the flight-tracking service Flight Aware more than 1,680 flights to or from Florida have been cancelled because of Irma. The number jumps to 4,000 when the cancellations were recorded... … [Read more...]

Airports invest in smart technology with Asia as a frontrunner

Airports have started taking large strides towards incorporating smart technology and enhancing traveller experiences as per SITA reports as well as the Sabre Travel Network, with Asia as a... … [Read more...]

Florida may see the historic mass exodus for Hurricane Irma

United States of America can witness the largest mass exodus in order to cope up with the disaster management for the advance of Hurricane Irma.       According to the National... … [Read more...]

Egyptian Navy rescue 9 Malaysian, 8 local tourists from sinking boat in Red Sea

Egyptian naval forces have successfully rescued nine Malaysian and eight regional tourists from their broken motorboat that was dangerously on the verge of capsizing off the northern Red Sea coast... … [Read more...]

USA Airlines extend waivers as Hurricane Irma is approaching

Most of the national based airlines have extended their change fee waivers as far north as South Carolina as the managements jumbled to update their business policies in the midst of the arrival of... … [Read more...]

Cuba evacuates 10,000 tourists amidst Irma concerns

As many as 10,000 foreign tourists have been evacuated by Cuba amidst concerns over Hurricane Irma.   A majority of them are Canadians, and they have all been safely evacuated from beach... … [Read more...]

Six Rohingya refugees dead due to boat capsize in the Bay of Bengal

An official reported that six bodies were found dead after a boat capsize carrying more than dozens of Rohingyas capsized in the Bay of Bengal closer to Bangladesh’s border with Mynamar.  ... … [Read more...]

World Bank: Chinese tourism key to unlock growth potential of Pacific

Though the nations of South Pacific are mostly overlooked, they are enriched with excessive growth potential over the following few decades.   This is mainly due to the fact that China is pegged... … [Read more...]