Russian Arctic National Park announces a competition for young scientists
Russian Arctic National Park announced a competition for undergraduate and postgraduate students studying biology to conduct independent research on the effects of soil pollution caused by oil products in the territory of Arctic.
Bhutan named ‘best country to visit’ in 2020; surrounding areas to reap benefits
Lonely Planet, the internationally acclaimed travel guide book publisher has named Bhutan as the best country to visit in 2020.
Feathered friends from Russia migrated to Nepal for the winter period
This year Nepal has welcomed over 150 species of migratory birds from the northern countries, including Russia
Myanmar welcomes more countries to visit; expands VOA list
In an attempt to raise its tourism appeal worldwide, Myanmar has added more countries to its visa-on-arrival list to make it easier for tourists to visit the country.
Zim H1 tourist arrivals drop on ‘struggling local economy’
Tourist arrivals in Zimbabwe eased 3% to 1,115 million in the first half ended June 30, 2019 compared with 1,148 million, a year earlier, according to a local media report.
Call for more hotels in Kenya’s Lake Victoria region to boost tourism
Kenya’s Tourism Board has called upon counties in the Lake Victoria region to come up with a simple and fast licencing regime of hotels to open the region’s tourism sector.
Overseas Residents’ visits to Japan decline by 2.2 % in August
According to Japan National Tourism Organisation (JNTO), the estimated number of international travellers to Japan in August 2019 registered 2.5 million with a decline of 2.2% compared to the previous year.
Brussels hosted an exhibition of motor home tourism
This year exhibition of motor home tourism - Mobicar ended on Sunday in Brussels.
Hotel in Bruges is recognized as the most romantic in the world
Heritage hotel in Bruges, Belgium, won the prestigious World Luxury Hotel Awards 2019 in the category of the best "Luxury Romantic Hotel (Global)".
Thai Tourism looks at India for revival as China steers clear
According to statistics, tourism accounts for 18 per cent of Thailand's gross domestic product and Chinese holidaymakers make up more than a quarter of total arrivals. But with a plunge in Chinese visitors caused by the US trade war and a stronger Baht, hotels on Thailand's most popular holiday island have been forced to slash prices with rooms left vacant and beaches almost empty.
Key to a successful ecotourism destination is active participation of the local host community
Key to a successful ecotourism destination is active participation of the local host community, says Partha Pratim Das
Tourism accepted: live peacefully where others are on holiday
The main goal of touristic industry in Brandenburg now is to avoid bankruptcies and to steadily restart
Visiting the Snow Queen