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19 hidden beaches around the world that locals don’t even know about

caption It’s not always easy to find quiet, empty beaches, but it is worth it. source Shutterstock Many beautiful beaches around the world are fairly quiet, secluded hidden gems. Black Island in Palawan, Philippines, has lush foliage and caves that are perfect for underwater exploration. Some beaches, like Hole in …

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What awaits tourists when they re-emerge from lockdown?

May 30th 2020 HEATHROW AND PROVENCE FacebookTwitterLinkedInWhatsApp Editor’s note: Some of our covid-19 coverage is free for readers of The Economist Today, our daily newsletter. For more stories and our pandemic tracker, see our coronavirus hub MOST STRIKING is the absence—of cars outside the building, of people inside it, of …

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The world’s best running routes | The traveler

Running has a releasing effect for the mind while helping to be fit, to enjoy open spaces and to discover new corners of the cities. And now, in addition, running is more fashionable than ever. Perhaps due to the lockdown, we all want to run away and the most fans …

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From Cape Cod to Chesapeake Bay: Summer’s Yacht Charters Are Staying Close to Home

The old ‘80s phrase, “Think Global, Act Local,” takes on a new meaning for yacht charters in the age of Covid-19. Six months ago, charter brokers were planning to send their clients to every corner of the globe on six- or even seven-figure yacht charters. Now, instead of taking the …

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How to embrace isolation on your next holiday

Even before the pandemic, some tourists were starting to grow tired of overtourism; travellers no longer wanted to follow the crowds. Space and privacy will become even more important when we all start to travel safely again, with many people expected to favour remote, wilderness areas over busy city streets. …

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RevoluGROUP Canada Inc. Comprehensive RevoluPAY Future Strategy

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RevoluGROUP Canada Inc. Comprehensive RevoluPAY Future Strategy | 2020-05-25 | Press Releases

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, May 25, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — RevoluGROUP Canada Inc. (TSX-V: REVO), (Frankfurt:IJA2) (the “CompanyCloseCurlyDoubleQuote;) is pleased to provide shareholders with a comprehensive outlook and short term projection concerning management objectives following the 21st May 2020 successful granting of the Central Bank issued PSD2 license to the wholly …

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Tourism updates: guide to travel destinations and borders reopening

The good news is, the world is starting to open up again, with many countries announcing plans to roll out the welcome mat. Here’s what we know so far about when different countries will be open for travellers. See also: Worst things about travel set to disappear See also: What …

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Israel’s tourist industry hopes for border relaxation in July

Israel’s aviation and tourism sector is ready to go as the coronavirus fades but is plagued by uncertainty. There is little to discuss regarding international tourism (Israelis traveling abroad and foreigners coming into Israel) while the Ministry of Health sticks to its ban on non-Israeli passport holders coming into the …

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TRAVEL: How to embrace isolation on your next holiday

From far-flung cabins to off-grid retreats, these are the great escapes where you can really get away from it all, says Sarah Marshall Even before the pandemic, tourists had grown tired of overtourism; travellers no longer wanted to follow the crowds. Space and privacy will become even more important when …

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