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How Home Affairs stuffs up SA tourism

Cape Town - Minister of Tourism Derek Hanekom has confirmed a decline in International tourist numbers to South Africa in the second half of 2014, which he says could be attributed to both Ebola fears and the implementation of strict new visa ... TNT News, 1 week ago
15,337 e-tourist visas issued till April 14 Navhind Times, 1 day ago

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Middle Eastern interest on the rise as Brazil welcomes Arab investment

Posted on April 08, 2015 by newsfeed in News With international tourist arrivals in South America reaching an impressive 27.4 million visitors in 2013 (an increase of 2.6% on the year before, according to the World Tourism Organization ...
 Innovate Real Estate Dubai1 week ago Does UAE stability come at a price?  BBC3 days ago
Financial Express

Diu looking for tourism partners in PPP mode

CII brings together a council of interested stakeholders Diu After years of living in the shadow of its more famous counterpart Daman, the Union Territory of Diu is finally coming into its own. Close on the heels of its Isle of Calm branding on ...
 Financial Express4 days ago

Auto, taxi drivers to be trained as tourist guides

In an interesting move, the railways ministry will launch “Incredible Rail for Incredible India” and train drivers of autorickshaws and taxis as tourist guides, emulating the model of the Konkan railway to promote tourism. Railway minister Suresh ...
 Asian Age1 month ago

One of East Africa's First Female Mountain Guides On 'Making It' and Starting a Business to Boot [interview]

For Zoe Wanjiru, life is one continuous climb -- and she wouldn't have it any other way. For seven years, the Kenyan national has been guiding tourists up some of East Africa's most treacherous peaks, including Mt. Kilimanjaro and Mt. Kenya, and ...
 Individual.com1 day ago Kenya: One of East Africa's First Female Mountain Guides On 'Making It' and Starting a Business to Boot  AllAfrica.com1 day ago
WA Today

Infact: World's most powerful passports

Visa requirements are an interesting but overlooked indicator of international relations. Most countries require non-nationals to get visas before they enter their borders, but the requirements can differ a lot. On Thursday, India extended the ...
 Bangalore Mirror2 days ago What is the best passport in the world for travellers?  Lakes Mail2 days ago
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Guryanov: Belarusian pavilion will enter top five at Milan's EXPO 2015

(BelTA) The Belarusian national pavilion at the EXPO Milano 2015 in Italy will make it into the top five of the most interesting stands, Belarus' Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Alexander Guryanov told media on 17 April, BelTA has learned. We ...
 Belta1 day ago
NewsMail

Canberra Airport Awarded Australia's Top Specialist Tourism Service

Canberra Airport has been awarded Tourism Australia's highest accolade for Specialist Tourism Services at the national awards ceremony in Adelaide. The Qantas Australian Tourism Awards are the tourism industry's premier awards program celebrating ...
 Noodls6 days ago Tourist bush camp wins global environment award  IPP Media1 day ago Capricorn Caves wins at Australia's premier tourism awards  NewsMail1 week ago

Palau President Delivers State Of The Republic Address

Remengesau focuses on tourism, National Marine Sanctuary By Jose Rodriguez T. Senase KOROR, Palau (Island Times, April 16, 2015) President Remengesau delivered his 3rd State of the Republic Address (SORA) at the National Capitol in ...
 Pacific Islands Report1 day ago

After the cyclone: why relying on tourism isn't in Vanuatu's interests

By Online Editor 8:47 pm GMT+12, 15/04/2015, Vanuatu By Dr. Joseph M. Cheer Cyclone Pam has left an indelible mark on the landscape and psyche in Vanuatu. And the famed resilience of the country's ni-Vanuatu people has been severely ...
 Pacific Islands News Association2 days ago
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