When considering the best surfing spots around the Globe, the first destination that pops up is Australia. Its literally perfect beaches are always inviting and the wind conditions and faultless waves count as the most suitable ones. One of the most famous destinations lies in Queensland, Australia and for its unbeatable qualities it is called Surfers Paradise. However surfing is not the only adventure the tourists happily enjoy here.
Each year, during the holiday of Succoth a popular international film festival is held on the ridge of Mount Carmel in Israel (Sept. 27 – Oct. 4). Many experts agree that this event is the first of its kind in Israel. It was founded in 1983 and features a great variety of films, documentaries and a very interesting complimentary program.
After the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, the US travel and tourism industry suffered a serious setback. Not only did foreigners stop arriving in huge numbers, yet Americans also began to take extra caution in travelling around their own country. However, statistics are suggesting that the Americans are well on the way to making a full recovery from the 2001 disaster and this is particularly evident in the hotel business.
Situated in Ketchum, an Idaho mountain town, Ernest Hemingway’s last home is the least visited of all the places in which the writer lived. The winner of the Nobel Prize had abodes in various places across the United States and even in his beloved Cuba.
For those tourists in search of unusual events, crazy parties and celebrations of international culture, there is no need to look any further than Toronto. Despite Winnipeg being more famous for cultural events involving food, beer and music, Toronto has actually overtaken its counterpart in all categories.
Many travel guides about Spain and tourism advertisements focused on Spain tend to make an important slip: they forget about Cartagena, the coastal city of the Murcia region with a lot more to offer than some travel literature may suggest.
India is going to bring 42 trekkers to the Siachen glacier in the disputed Kashmir region. The first-ever group of trekkers to Siachen glacier will set off even though the Pakistani authorities oppose it. This place is also known as the world's highest battlefield. The clashes over Siachen started in 1984 when Indian troops occupied the 6,300-meter-high glacier. Since that time, soldiers from both countries spent their time on the icy peaks. The harsh weather in this region has claimed hundreds of soldiers’ lives.
EasyJet, a low cost airline proposes a change in taxes for airlines. EasyJet wants the tax system to be supportive for airlines with a greener approach to the transport and they have launched a campaign to convince politicians that Air Passenger Duty (APD) should be replaced with a tax based on aircraft types and the distance traveled.
China witnesses a boom in the spa industry. Number of new spas is emerging as the demand for this kind of services rises. The influx of foreign visitors boosts the industry as well as does the emerging Chinese middle class. Growing number of Chinese now have disposable income and they want to enjoy spa services within their country.
Finance Minister Samuel Mumbengegwi claims that Zimbabwe's tourism industry is on a recovery path and that it will considerably grow this year. "The tourism sector is expected to grow by 34% this year because tourist arrivals have grown to 1.4 million people this year from 1.1 million last year," the finance minister said.
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