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Shark tourism proving more popular

Ree Saunders
4 June, 2013 by Ree Saunders

The number of people looking to get up close and personal with sharks is expected to nearly double in the next 20 years. At current shark tourism generates around £206 million and those figures are expected to reach £512 million by 2023, according to a study in The International Journal ...

Fly to New Zealand to visit the world’s ‘purest’ park

Ree Saunders
3 June, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Creeksyde Queenstown Holiday Park in New Zealand has been awarded an EarthCheck platinum award for its outstanding contribution towards preserving the environment. The holiday park was called a “100 per cent pure New Zealand tourism experience” at a function marking its 25th anniversary last week. The owners of the pristine holiday ...

Japan rolls out free Wi-Fi for tourists

Marisa Thomas
3 June, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

Free Wi-Fi points have been installed across Kyoto City in order to provide easy internet access for locals, business travellers and visitors on holiday in Japan. The Wi-Fi hotspots can be found around the city, offering either 3 hours or 7 days free Wi-Fi. People visiting the Japanese city can now ...

Skiers fly to France for unseasonal season

Ski Crazy Mike Potter
3 June, 2013 by Mike Potter

It seems there may be one upside to the unseasonably cold spring we've experienced this year. Skiers have been given some bonus time on the slopes and there's still time to take advantage of the snowy runs. The ski resort of Porte Puymorens has brought snow sports enthusiasts flying to ...

Croatia offering ‘Game of Thrones’ tours

Jan Moys
31 May, 2013 by Jan Moys

Viator, a San Francisco-based travel company, has announced the launch of a new Game of Thrones-themed tour to appeal to fans flying to Croatia for their holidays. The new tour has been launched following a surge in tourism to the country after the new series of the hit TV show ...

Top 10 spots for great landscape photography

Ree Saunders
31 May, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Landscape photographs are a photographer’s bread and butter, whether you’re a novice or a pro, taking a perfect landscape shot is something all snap-happy people want to achieve. It goes without saying that in order to get a perfect landscape capture you first need a perfect landscape, so we thought ...

NewYork.com officially launches

Marisa Thomas
31 May, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

The much anticipated new website NewYork.com has officially launched, offering people a comprehensive guide to everything going on in the city and its surrounding areas. The new site provides trustworthy and accurate information on everything in New York, from hotels and restaurants to real estate and jobs. The new site hopes ...

Head in the clouds: top stargazing sites

Ree Saunders
30 May, 2013 by Ree Saunders

There’s nothing quite like spending a warm summer’s night looking up at the stars and getting lost in your own thoughts, but the views from our home cities often provide a restricted view of the sparkling night sky. There are, however, some splendid spots around the world that offer a ...

Thailand to open new football-themed hotel

Marisa Thomas
30 May, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

A new football-themed hotel is set to open later this year in Thailand’s North Eastern province of Buriram. The hotel, owned by the Thailand-based ONYX Hospitality Group, is scheduled to open at the end of this year. The new hotel will feature 60 rooms and will resemble a football stadium. Designed ...

New York latest city to introduce bike scheme

Marisa Thomas
30 May, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

New York has become the latest city to introduce a bike sharing programme that offers readily available push bikes to the public. The Big Apple’s Citi Bike programme launched this Monday, with thousands of bikes now accessible for residents and those on holiday in New York City. However, much like London’s ...

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