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Storm-chasing Brits fly to USA in record numbers

Tornado Ree Saunders
15 July, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Increasing numbers of Brits are flocking to Tornado Alley in the USA for storm-chasing holidays, according to a recent report by Sky News. The report focused on a Colarado-based storm-chasing tour company which said that around 30 per cent of its customers were from the UK. The tours see clients spending ...

More Brits planning road trips abroad

Marisa Thomas
10 July, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

The number of Brits intending to drive abroad instead of fly this year has increased by 33 per cent, according to new research from Sainsbury’s Bank Car Insurance. Over 23 per cent of all British drivers plan to drive to a different country over the next 12 months, leading to ...

Icelandic attraction guarantees Northern Lights

Ree Saunders
10 July, 2013 by Ree Saunders

People who travel to Iceland hoping to catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights can now be certain to see them at the Aurora Reykjavik. The new attraction simulates the natural phenomenon, meaning visitors to the country can observe the Northern Lights all year round. The Northern Lights can only be ...

bmi regional named most punctual UK airline

Victoria Hampton
9 July, 2013 by Victoria Hampton

bmi regional has been named the most punctual scheduled airline in the UK. The announcement comes just months after the airline marked its first anniversary as an independent airline. Information gathered by FlightOnTime revealed that the airline, flying to Europe from the UK, was the most punctual in the UK during ...

Hong Kong’s View 62 offers Michelin star catering

Marisa Thomas
9 July, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

View 62 by Paco Roncero, Honk Kong’s luxurious revolving restaurant, has set a new standard for dining in the city after launching the “Paco Roncero Catering” experience. The new gastronomic concept will see two-Michelin-starred chef Paco Roncero offer bespoke dining experiences away from his sky-high restaurant in Hong Kong. What sets ...

Tourism New Zealand unveils new visitor app

Nicola Chapman
9 July, 2013 by Nicola Chapman

Tourism New Zealand has unveiled a new visitor app that will be available to download for free onto tourists’ smartphones when visiting the country. The release of the new app is a significant addition to its current range of digital marketing channels. The new app will offer visitors flying to New ...

Tours to Egypt cancelled following further violence

Egypt Drew Hendricks
8 July, 2013 by Drew Hendricks

Some tour operators have started to cancel their tours to Egypt following further violence in the country over the weekend. Tours to many parts of the country have been cancelled for the foreseeable future, with some cancelled up to October, reducing demand for flights to Egypt. According to the BBC at ...

Fly to New York to cheer on Murray at US Open

Jan Moys
8 July, 2013 by Jan Moys

Andy Murray’s historic win at Wimbledon yesterday has birthed a new age of tennis fans looking to cheer on the sportsman at his future games. Lovers of the game now have more confidence in the Brit and are hoping for a repeat of yesterday at the US Open later in ...

Tourists descend on Mount Fuji following UNESCO listing

Fuji1 Ree Saunders
7 July, 2013 by Ree Saunders

The spectacular Mount Fuji, Japan’s highest and most iconic mountain, has seen an increase in visitors since its recent listing as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.   Mt. Fuji is already one of Japan’s most famous and popular attractions, with around 300,000 visitors on an average year, but its recently elevated status ...

New sunset spectacle at Cambodia’s iconic site

Angkor1 Ree Saunders
7 July, 2013 by Ree Saunders

A new website for tourists visiting the famous Cambodian Angkor Wat complex has been launched, providing information on the very best vantage points to see the spectacular site at sunset.   Around a million travellers on holidays to Cambodia visit the 800-year old site, the largest religious monument in the world, and ...

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