GREENLAND TOURISM FACES THAWING ICE

Kevin Eagan -
Just recently, a photo circulated on the Internet, on which sled dogs ran across a frozen lake. However, the ice cover was unusually thawed at a very early time of the year that the animals were knee-...

ISRAEL ARRIVALS: 61% OF TOURISTS ARE CHRISTIANS

Joe McClain -
In only a year, the number of arrivals in the Jewish state grew by one million, exceeding four million visitors: “A historic record”, according to Minister of Tourism, Yariv Levin....

CLIMATE CHANGE – A THREAT TO TOURISM IN SPAIN

Cecilia Garland -
Climate change is having a stronger impact on Spain than in most European nations. Drinking water is scarce and coasts recede. Some experts in the country already see tourism at risk....

TURKESTAN PLANS AMBITIOUS PROJECTS TO DEVELOP ITS TOURISM

Nik Fes -
The city of Turkestan is the pearl of Kazakhstan and welcomes all who want to learn its century-long history and the traditions of Asia, walk on the Great Silk Road, see an open-air museum, and be sub...

COSTA RICA BANS SPORT HUNTING TOURISM TO PROTECT ENDANGERED SPECIES

Cecilia Garland -
By law, 25% of Costa Rican territory is considered a protected area and a new reform of the environmental legislation will forbid tourists from traveling to the country to practice hunting tourism....