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More South Africans travel to the Seychelles in 2017

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More South African travelers choosed Seychelles for their holidays in 2017. According to the latest statistics released by the Seychelles Tourism Board, 15 percent more South Africans traveled to the Seychelles compare to last year.

More U.S. Citizens Travel Internationally in 2017

visa pasaportNational Travel and Tourism Office (NTTO) reported that U.S. travel to overseas markets totaled 2.95 million, up seven percent in September and 10 percent for the year (29.6 million).

Vilnius welcomed its Millionth tourist this year

Vilnius1millionth touristVilnius that surpassed one million for the first time last year welcomed this year's millionth traveler on December 14, 2017. The city is marking this milestone by inviting the millionth tourist to take part in a celebration. However, this year the celebration is taking place two weeks earlier than it did last year, which reflects that the number of visitors to Lithuania’s capital is growing steadily.

Portrait of the Indian Millennial Travelers 2017 - 2018

indian touristsIndian millennial tourists are opting for a little and often approach when it comes to traveling. According to a survey by, one of India's leading online travel portal, 71% respondents are keen on travelling this winter season, building onto the festive travel trend.

Top 10 European cities to spend your Christmas in 2017

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Zagreb, Croatia has been selected as the best place to be during the Christmas, according to the 2018 edition of European Best Destinations’ Best Christmas Markets poll. Read more for the Top 10 European cities to spend your Christmas.

Wine Tourism gets more important in New Zealand

queenstown wine 680pxTourism New Zealand and New Zealand Winegrowers have joined forces to support the wine industry. According to a new research in the country, around 25% of international tourists visiting New Zealand now seek out a “wine experience”, visiting our beautiful wineries, cellar doors and vineyard accommodation.

American Travel Forecast for This Holiday Season

travel with childrenAccording to a new consumer holiday travel survey, 40% of Americans – or 99.8 million people – plan to travel over the course of the 2017 holiday season. Millennials plan to travel more than any other age demographic (48%) and those with children are the segment most likely to travel at 54%.

Malta Tourism Surpasses the 2 Million Mark

maltaThe Mata Tourism Authority (MTA) announced inbound tourism results to the Maltese Islands. According to the October 2017 report of National Statistics Office, Malta achieved increase in total inbound visitors (12%), total nights spent (6.2%) and total tourism expenditure (10.2%).

Travelstart reveals why consumers will pay a lot more for travel than they should

counting dollarsOnline travel retailer Travelstart says it exceeded Black Friday sales targets despite the practices of unscrupulous travel agents who bought their travel deals, marked up the prices and onsold them to unsuspecting consumers. Travelstart’s founder Stephan Ekbergh said, “it happens often when we run campaigns. The sad thing is that unwitting consumers end up paying a lot more for travel than they should."

Ukraine and UAE sign visa-free agreement

Beaches in DubaiFollowing the negotiations between Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko, the two countries have agreed upon a visa-free regime.

What does Brexit mean for Outbound British Tourism?

The British Pound has fallen as much as 22 percent since the referendum on leaving the European Union. This has been good for the tourism industry in Britain, as it’s now cheaper to visit the country for tourists from abroad. But what about outbound tourism? The rest of the world is now more expensive for outbound British tourists.


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