At its 43rd session held recently in Baku, Azerbaijan, the World Heritage Committee of UNESCO, granted the Augsburg Application of the ‘Augsburg Water Management System’ with the exclusive UNESCO World Heritage title.
Seabourn, one of the world's finest ultra-luxury travel experience, is announcing a new pre-cruise opportunity for guests to explore the beauty of western Canada during the upcoming 2019 season in Alaska and British Columbia through the UNESCO Banff National Park & Rocky Mountaineer Seabourn Journeys package.
Travelport, a leading travel commerce platform, is part of a consortium that has been selected by the European Travel Commission (ETC) to deliver a major new transnational destination marketing campaign designed to attract tens of thousands of tourists from China to Europe this year and in 2019.
The government of Tanzania has pledged to undertake an environmental impact assessment for its proposed hydroelectric plant in the Selous Game Reserve. This follows international opposition to the proposal of the Stiegler’s Gorge power plant.
AVANI Hotels & Resorts announced a new brand extension, AVANI+, unveiling this development with its first hotel, AVANI+ Luang Prabang, Laos.
Global tourism and culture leaders and stakeholders will convene in Muscat on December 11–12 for the second tourism and culture conference to discuss the relation between the two.
Discussions were held at the international conference Learning City for Creative Economy at the School of Business and Management of Technology of Belarusian State University in Minsk on October 05 - October 06.
At the 41st meeting of UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee in Krakow, 63 new locations of ancient and primeval beech forests across 10 countries were added to the World Heritage List, including Slovenian Krokar virgin forest and the Snežnik-Ždrocle forest reserve.
Responding to specific needs of younger residents, Four Seasons Resort Langkawi is introducing three new family beach villas to its portfolio, aimed at attracting families with older children to its UNESCO protected shores.