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African Safari Photo Tours Launches a New Range of Tours in Namibia

African Safari Photo Tours Launches a New Range of Tours in Namibia

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="emstrongAfrican Safari Photo Tours Announced that Internationally Acclaimed Landscape Photographer Bob Wild will be Leading Tours to Namibia to Photograph Stunning Landscapes and Wildlife./strong/em” data-reactid=”11″>African Safari Photo Tours Announced that Internationally Acclaimed Landscape Photographer Bob Wild will be Leading Tours to Namibia to ...

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Party capital tag not helping Goa tourism: White Paper

Brand Goa ne reinvention and the tag ‘party capital‘ is simply not a good enough calling card, says a white paper prepared by local tourism and travel industry stakeholders, which cites harassment by traffic police, taxi operators, touts and lack of infrastructure, public transport and garbage management as problem areas ...

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Foreign tourist flow to Hainan up by 20% in first quarter of 2019

HAIKOU, June 13./TASS/. The number of foreign tourists visiting the Island of Hainan in the first quarter of 2019 increased by 20.06% in annual terms reaching 319,100 people, according to the Hainan Tourism Board. According to the report, the introduction of visa-free travel for citizens of 59 countries, including Russia, contributed to such a breakthrough. Currently more ...

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Costa Rica: World’s Best Beach Destination

Costa Rica: World's Best Beach Destination

Costa Rica has won an Experts’ Choice Award for Best Beach Destination. The award is bestowed annually by TripExpert, a review aggregation service based in New York, and is also based on 1.5 million reviews from professionals writing for magazines, travel guides, and other sources. Reviewers praised Costa Rica for ...

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In travel, expect the unexpected

In travel, expect the unexpected

Travel can be unpredictable. At least that’s what Socrates Anastasiadis will tell you when you ask him about his recent Vantage River cruise from Basel to Amsterdam. When he arrived in Switzerland, the cruise line dropped some bad news on him: Because of low water levels on the Rhine, part ...

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