EGYPTIAN TOURISM SUFFERS DUE TO THE LATEST ATTACK

Ashley Nault -
Last week, two Coptic Orthodox churches in Alexandria and in Tanta were targeted by two attacks by Daesh. These attacks, which killed 44 people and injured over 120 people, are likely to stifle the ti...

MAINTAINING YOUR PERSONAL HEALTH WHILE YOU TRAVEL

Bill Alen -
As someone who is always on the go, you know just how hard it can be to eat well, get in physical activity, and find time to relax. ...

TOP TRENDS TAKING OVER MICE TOURISM IN 2018

Cecilia Garland -
More security, personalized offers that will strengthen human interaction, and the implementation of new technologies are the three fundamental trends that any traveling business or agency should cons...

ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS MAY SERIOUSLY COMPROMISE BRAZIL’S TOURISM

Pat Hyland -
Rich in biodiversity and natural landscape, Brazil is the number one country in natural attractions in Latin America and the second in the world, according to the Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Re...

CRISIS: SMART TOURISM BUSINESSES FOCUS ON INNOVATION

Vanderlei J. Pollack -
Stephen Hawking famously said that ‘intelligence is the ability to adapt to change’, and the coronavirus pandemic has made companies face a great change – including in the tourism sector. Words like t...
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