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Africa looks to lure global visitors, boost sustainable tourism

Africa draws just five percent of the world’s tourists despite boasting attractions ranging from the Pyramids and Victoria Falls to wildlife safaris and endless strips of pristine beach. But the continent’s huge potential can be unlocked by eco-tourism, cultural experiences, domestic travel and political stability, said experts at an African …

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Tourism Australia, China Southern Airlines partner to develop business event travel sector in China – CAPA

CAPA publishes more than 400 global News Briefs every weekday, covering all aspects of the aviation and travel industry. It’s the most comprehensive source of market intelligence in the world, with around 50 per cent of content translated from non-English sources. The breadth of our coverage means you won’t need …

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Tourism Australia launches new Hong Kong marketing campaign with Virgin Australia – CAPA

CAPA publishes more than 400 global News Briefs every weekday, covering all aspects of the aviation and travel industry. It’s the most comprehensive source of market intelligence in the world, with around 50 per cent of content translated from non-English sources. The breadth of our coverage means you won’t need …

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Success stories in African tourism

CAPE TOWN, 20 September 2018: Africa draws just 5% of the world’s tourists despite boasting attractions ranging from the Pyramids and Victoria Falls to wildlife safaris and endless strips of pristine beach. But the continent’s huge potential can be unlocked by eco tourism, cultural experiences, domestic travel and political stability, …

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Hotspots, not trouble spots: Africa seeks tourism boom – EWN

CAPE TOWN – Africa draws just 5% of the world’s tourists despite boasting attractions ranging from the Pyramids and Victoria Falls to wildlife safaris and endless strips of pristine beach. But the continent’s huge potential can be unlocked by ecotourism, cultural experiences, domestic travel and political stability, said experts at …

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Tourists Are Surfing North Korea—But at What Cost?

On a warm summer day in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, the totalitarian dictatorship better known as North Korea, turquoise water rolls lazily toward a pristine beach, where surfers are suiting up. A mix of locals and foreigners, they splash into the empty sets and laugh as they carve …

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Hotspots, not trouble spots: Africa seeks tourism boom

CAPE TOWN – Africa draws just 5% of the world’s tourists despite boasting attractions ranging from the Pyramids and Victoria Falls to wildlife safaris and endless strips of pristine beach. But the continent’s huge potential can be unlocked by ecotourism, cultural experiences, domestic travel and political stability, said experts at …

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Hotspots, not trouble spots: Africa seeks tourism boom

CAPE TOWN (AFP) –  Africa draws just five percent of the world’s tourists despite boasting attractions ranging from the Pyramids and Victoria Falls to wildlife safaris and endless strips of pristine beach. But the continent’s huge potential can be unlocked by eco tourism, cultural experiences, domestic travel and political stability, said …

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Major Barbados tourism deal

Enlarge this image Share on TwitterTweet Share on Facebook Permalink Email to a friend Barbados has struck a Caribbean first for the tourism sector through one of its oldest resorts, The Crane, aligning with Hilton Grand Vacations (HGV) in a deal that is set to net the island multi-million dollar …

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