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New Zealand invests in preserving stunning marine landscapes

NZ1 Marisa Thomas
24 March, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

New Zealand is set to establish five new marine reserves, aimed at preserving the outstanding natural beauty of its inland and coastal marine habitats. A destination renowned for its stunning beauty and awe-inspiring landscapes, New Zealand’s varied coastline and expansive lakes help to draw tourists from all over the world. ...

Queens growing in popularity with New York tourists

QNY1 Marisa Thomas
24 March, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

The Long Island district of Queens has emerged as a popular destination for tourists visiting New York, with more and more people shunning traditional Manhattan locations in favour of a stay in New York hotels across the East River. With New York City amongst the most expensive cities to visit in ...

Rugby tournament boosts Hong Kong tourism

HK1 Mike Potter
24 March, 2013 by Mike Potter

The Hong Kong Sevens rugby tournament has been identified as the single biggest contributor of overseas visitors to the region. The annual tournament, taking place this year between 22nd and 24th March, draws rugby fans from all over the world, but the true impact it has on Hong Kong’s economy ...

Bargain Easter breaks to be found in Eastern Europe

EE1 Ree Saunders
23 March, 2013 by Ree Saunders

New research from the Post Office has identified several cities from Eastern Europe as the best value destinations for a spring city break. The City Costs Barometer, an annual piece of research commissioned by the Post Office, compared the combined cost of 12 products most commonly purchased by holidaymakers, across ...

Tourism in Cambodia off to a strong start in 2013

Cambodia Ree Saunders
22 March, 2013 by Ree Saunders

The number of people visiting Cambodia has continued to increase this year promising a good year in tourism for the country. The latest figures, released by Cambodia's statistics and tourist information department, reported a 15.4 per cent improvement in January compared with the same period last year. The Southeast Asian ...

Argentina expecting surge in tourists following announcement of new Pope

Argentina Ree Saunders
22 March, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Argentina is preparing for an influx of tourists that are expected to arrive following the inauguration of the new Pope Francis. The announcement of the new Argentinean Pontiff is set to bring tourists from all over the world to Argentina, to follow in the footsteps of the new Pope Tour operators around the world are expecting to ...

Majorca Britain's favourite holiday destination

Marjoca Jan Moys
22 March, 2013 by Jan Moys

Brits have named Majorca their number one favourite holiday destination of all time. A survey, carried out by On the Beach, asked over 1,600 Briton’s what their favourite holiday destination was and an overwhelming majority named Majorca has their top spot. Spanish destinations have always been popular with the Brit’s ...

Statue of Liberty set to reopen this summer

Statue of Liberty Ree Saunders
21 March, 2013 by Ree Saunders

One of New York’s most iconic landmarks, the Statue of Liberty, is set to reopen to visitors by the 4th July 2013. Liberty Island and the Statue of Liberty have been closed to the public ever since Hurricane Sandy caused significant damage to the area last year. The welcomed news ...

British Airways' inaugural flight to Tenerife already sold out

Tenerife Drew Hendricks
21 March, 2013 by Drew Hendricks

British Airways’ first flight to Tenerife has sold out just over a week before it is set to take off. The inaugural flight on the 29th March will mark the beginning of British Airways’ new five-day-a-week service to Tenerife. The new route will become the first service to Tenerife from ...

Africa named the most unique travel destination

Africa Ree Saunders
21 March, 2013 by Ree Saunders

A survey carried out by the American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA) has ranked Africa as the most unique destination to visit on holiday. Participants in the survey said Africa's safari experiences, diverse cultures and wildlife in Africa all separated it from other destinations around the world. Costa Rica came ...

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