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Top 12 Picks for 2019 Travel

Argentina - Patagonia

From destinations on the rebound, to places where events, new infrastructure and political changes are making it more exciting or accessible to visit, 12 hot spots for adventure travel in 2019. [Read more…]

Lord of the Rungs adds New Zealand’s adventure tourism

Wanaka – Lord of the Rungs waterfall climb adds new high to New Zealand’s adventure tourism experiences Wildwire Wanaka’s Lord of the Rungs experience It’s wild, wet and 450 metres on high – Wildwire Wanaka’s Lord of the Rungs is the world’s highest via ferrata waterfall climb and New Zealand’s newest adventure thrill. New Zealand’s […]
News – New Zealand Travel

Strong Field set for Lanzarote 70.3

A truly international start list representing 31 countries from as far as Chile to Russia, and Kasakhstan to Australia, awaits the start gun for this Saturday’s Club La Santa IRONMAN 70.3 Lanzarote, the oldest half IRONMAN distance event in Spain. Whilst the UK accounts for almost 20% of total participants, Spain takes the lion’s share […]
Travel – Time-to-Tri

SANParks to sell limited rhino

The sale of a limited number of white rhino from the Kruger National Park (KNP) has begun as part of the South African National Parks implementation of a comprehensive rhino management strategy. The strategy by SANParks is in line with a rhino management strategy adopted by Cabinet in August. It is aimed at curbing poaching […]
Eco Tourism – EconSpire

Wintery Fun In Finland

Finland is one of the most northernmost countries in the world and while winter can be marked by snowy weather, long nights and cold days, the Finns know how to make the most of it. From snow-sure Lapland to cosmopolitan Helsinki, there’s a calendar jam-packed with fun and quirky events across the Nordic country that […]
News – Finland Travel

Go Camping In Denmark

Surrounded by soft white sandy coastline and pristine sea with pockets of enchanting forest, soft rolling heath land and picturesque lakes throughout, Denmark offers the perfect backdrop to a memorable camping or caravanning holiday with an excellent range of facilities to suit all tastes and budgets. With more than 500 approved campsites and 850 nature […]
News – Global-Travels Denmark

R100m to grow SA tourism industry

Tourism Minister Derick Hanekom has announced that R100 million has been invested in growing the SA tourism sector in the country. Investment for SA tourism “With this investment, we are committed to ensuring that the wonders we boast of, and the unique heritage we have been endowed with, are shared by more and more South […]

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Featured – South Africa Travel

Cruise Industry bounces back

Cruise Line

WASHINGTON – The cruise industry has bounced back after some high-profile safety and health scares. In fact, this year’s passenger levels are expected to hit a record. To help travelers choose safe, high-quality cruise vacations U.S. News & World Report today released its ranking of the 2015 Best Cruises. For the second year in a row, Disney holds the lead as the No. 1 Best Cruise Line for Families and the No. 1 Best Cruise Line in the Caribbean. Silversea Cruises makes its debut on the list as the No. 1 Best Cruise Line for Romance. [Read more…]

National Geographic Legacy Finalists announced

National Geographic Legacy

The National Geographic Society announced today a roster of 18 travel experts from across the globe as judges for the inaugural World Legacy Awards. The awards are a partnership between National Geographic and ITB Berlin to showcase leading travel and tourism companies, organizations and destinations — ranging from airlines to ecolodges and from cities to countries — that are driving the positive transformation of the travel industry based on sustainable tourism principles and practices. [Read more…]

WHO allays fears about air travel

air travel

New York – The United Nations World Health Organisation (WHO) has allayed fears amid reports that airlines are suspending flights over the Ebola outbreak, by sending out social media messages with assurances that “unlike infections like influenza and tuberculosis, Ebola is not airborne”. [Read more…]