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gorilla tracking in rwanda


The brain behind the unique Gorilla Highlands initiative, Miha Logar, has targeted the presence of a large contingent of the international media in Uganda from this weekend ahead of the …

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As the United Nations warned today that the Ebola outbreak is deepening the socio-economic challenges faced by the hardest hit countries in West Africa, the World Bank’s private sector arm, …

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Earlier we discussed the potential liability of Internet websites such as TripAdvisor that may post unfavorable travel reviews of hotels and other suppliers online [see Liability for Unfavorable Travel Reviews …

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The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has listed 22 best places to see beautiful flowers in Thailand under the ‘Dream Destinations 2’ domestic tourism marketing campaign. TAT Governor Mr. Thawatchai …

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Al Rayyan Hospitality, the new Doha-based hospitality development group, plans to help put Qatar on the map at World Travel Market (WTM) as a new world class resort destination for …

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Germany’s sound medical treatment is bringing thousands of Saudis to the country to benefit from medical services in hospitals, in addition to patients who come on the expense of the …

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Number of foreign tourists visiting Oman is expected to increase 14 percent compared to last year. “Last year, we had about 2.2 million tourists visiting Oman, and the number has …

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FORT LAUDERDALE, FL and JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – South African Airways (SAA), Africa’s most awarded airline, and South Africa-based event specialist On Show Solutions, have introduced a new marketing platform …

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Korean Tourism is launching a new campaign that will highlight five ‘Ks from Korean culture that appeal to travelers: K-Food, K-Wave, K-Spirit, K-Place and K-Style. The Korea Tourism Organization is …

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Yukio Mishima’s The Temple of the Golden Pavilion paints a haunting portrait of beauty and destruction, based on the incident of a young monk who burnt down Kinkaku-ji in 1950. …

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