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Adventures to explore the Belizean countryside

Deeply rooted in history and rich in wildlife, traveling beyond the city limits for adventure and exploring the countryside Belize is exactly that , what you need to gain a deeper understanding of the natural beauty and local people. Whether you're traveling through the Belize River Valley or traversing the scenic coastal highway

Hiking in Austria: new routes and special adventures

In Austria, outdoor activities are in the DNA of the locals, or as we like to say, it is part of our way of life, our “Lebensgefühl”. Hiking is one of the most popular outdoor activities, and it's easy to see why: it doesn't require any equipment other than sturdy shoes and a few items, and you can often set off right out of the gate. And whether you're a beginner or an expert, there's always a

Increase in tourist flow in Srinagar has led to the need for early bookings

If traditional houseboat trips are on your summer bucket list in Kashmir, make sure you book your tickets at least a month in advance. Tourist traffic around Dal Lake and surrounding areas of Kashmir has increased and is expected to increase further in the coming days. With most Indian states in the grip of extreme heat, Srinagar is now considered one of the coolest places in India.


Japan: Online booking system introduced to address overcrowding on Mount Fuji trail

According to recent events, Japanese authorities have introduced a new online booking system for the most popular trail on Mount Fuji. The move aims to combat the problem of overtourism at the iconic volcano. A surge in visitors to Japan's highest peak during the summer tourist season has raised safety and environmental concerns. Because the Yoshida Trail experiences particularly heavy foot traffic,

Nepal: Everest climbing season begins; China reopens Tibet route

According to the latest developments, a team of ten Nepalese climbers has achieved a remarkable feat by reaching the summit of Everest from the south. This is a monumental achievement that not only marks the first summit of the season, but also paves the way for many other climbers who dream of conquering the world's highest peak.

Traditionally, the first ascent of Everest is undertaken

Go City adds popular attractions to LondonPass

Celebrating the 25th anniversary of its London Pass, Go City has partnered with Merlin Entertainment to add seven new attractions to its list of places to go and see.

“We are thrilled to be building on our global partnership with Merlin Entertainments by including seven iconic London Merlin attractions in our London ticket listings for the first time,” said John Owen, CEO of Go City.


Uttarakhand Tourism launches India's first astrotourism campaign

Tourism Development Board Uttarakhand and astro-tourism company Starscapes have teamed up to launch Nakshatra Sabha, an initiative to offer a comprehensive astrotourism experience. This initiative not only focuses on stargazing but also immerses participants in a variety of activities such as stargazing, special solar gazing, astrophotography competitions and camping under the stars. The aim is

How to get to Leh-Ladakh? Tips for choosing the right travel method

A trip to Leh-Ladakh, nestled among the majestic Himalayas, is a dream come true for many. Its rugged landscapes, incredible views and serene monasteries are just some of the attractions that make for breathtaking views. However, to get to this remote region, tucked away in the northernmost part of India, you need to carefully consider your transport options. From adventurous road trips to convenient

Pakistan-China border reopens for tourism and trade after four months of closure

According to the latest developments, the Pakistan-China Khunjerab border is open for travel. After a four-month closure due to harsh winter conditions, the Khunjerab border between Pakistan and China has reopened, opening up new opportunities for both commercial enterprises and tourism.

Typically, the bilateral agreement requires the border to be closed from December 1 to March 31 annually

Zoji La is now open to vehicular traffic

The Border Roads Organization (BRO) has reopened the Zoji La Road, which serves as an important lifeline for Ladakh, to vehicular traffic via Srinagar. The route was reopened after remaining under snow for 35 days, compared to 68 days last year.

This achievement highlights growing experience India in the construction of mountain roads, which brings significant benefits both for the protection

BRO opens new route to reach Ladakh

As per recent updates, the Border Roads Organization (BRO) has achieved a significant feat by completing the 298 km road connecting Nimmu, Padam and Darcha in Ladakh. Amid ongoing border tensions with China, this achievement reportedly opens up a third access route to the strategically important region, complementing the existing routes from Manali-Leh and Srinagar-Leh.

This newly constructed

Ireland reopens South East Greenway

As part of Ireland's Rails to Trails project, the old South East Greenway railway route, which follows the coastline of the regions known as Ireland's Ancient East, has now reopened as a scenic walking route.

The first 6 km of the 24 km route are now open, allowing travelers to stroll along the coastline from town to town, enjoying the region's natural beauty and historical sites along

Exploring Char Dham and navigating the sacred trail

Char Dham Yatra, a pilgrimage route in the Indian Himalayas, is a spiritual journey of great significance to Hindus. Consisting of four holy places - Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath - Char Dham has deep religious and cultural significance. Traditionally, Char Dham Yatra is recommended to be performed in a clockwise direction. Hence, the pilgrimage starts at Yamunotri, proceeds to Gangotri,

Unconventional Travel Trends

As travelers seek more unique and immersive experiences, they are prioritizing off-grid adventures, cultural exchange and digital detoxification while sharing authentic connections.

These new priorities have emphasized that experiences matter more than just souvenirs, says

Sustainable Travel

Sustainability is changing the way people travel and spurring

What South Africa wants - unusual and exciting travel

Overtourism and the subsequent degradation of many iconic tourist destinations will become a fact of life in 2024. While authorities are responding to the situation with increased tourism taxes, limiting visitor numbers and strict rules on tourist behavior, tourists themselves are responding by showing renewed interest in new and unusual destinations. These tourists are looking for experiences that

Himachal Pradesh: Entry and trekking tent fees halved in Dharamsala

According to a recent statement by the Dharamsala Forest Circle in the Kangra region, an important initiative has been implemented to develop tourism and support local guides in the region. As per the directive of the state Chief Minister Sukhvinder Singh Suhu, the Dharamsala Forest Circle has introduced a substantial 50 percent discount on the entry fee and tent pitching charges at popular tourist

Gujarat to open country's first underwater tourism in Dwarka

According to recent developments, the state government of Gujarat is ready to launch the country's first underwater tourism. This innovative venture, established through a Memorandum of Understanding between the Government of Gujarat and Mazgaon Dockyard Limited (MDL), aims to provide tourists with the opportunity to explore the beautiful underwater world by showcasing the varied marine wonders

Pench will now offer hot air balloon and paramotor rides to boost tourism

Kolitmara in western Pench, known for its wildlife tourism, has recently added paramotor rides and hot air balloon rides to its list of exciting attractions for visitors. The introduction of these adventure sports in the buffer zone of the Pench Tiger Reserve (PTR) in Maharashtra has been approved by the official Local Advisory Committee (LAC ), headed by Nagpur Divisional Commissioner Vijayalakshmi

Maharashtra: Kas Plateau Day Safari Resumes After 6 Months Break

According to the latest developments, Kas Darshan "day" safari on the Kas plateau, which is a famous UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Satara region Maharashtra has resumed bookings after it was closed in June.

Referring to this, the Kas Plateau Executive Committee, responsible for managing the plateau, expressed concern over the loss of revenue due to... for delays in resumption

Andaman Islands to open uninhabited Aves Island to travelers to boost tourism

In an effort to stimulate tourism in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, the administration of the Union Territory has decided to open the uninhabited Awes Island in the North to travelers and Middle Andaman District.

Aves Island, often called Coconut Island due to its lush green coconut plantation, currently remains closed to tourists due to lack of accommodation facilities. However, the