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New Caledonia Tourism reports 14.9 per cent increase in Aussie arrivals

New Caledonia’s latest visitor arrival figures confirm Australia’s closest Pacific Island destination, with its European sophistication and island relaxation, is attracting more Australian travellers to its shores. 89 more words

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WYSE Travel Confederation hosts its largest ever youth travel educational programme at ITB Berlin

The World Youth Student and Educational Travel Confederation will host 15 thought-provoking sessions at ITB Berlin this week to provide the latest insight into a range of topics of interest to the youth and student travel market. 40 more words

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LeDomaine Introduces ‘Stellar Tourism Experience ’

The stars, planets and galaxies appear close enough to touch. Or so it seems with the new stargazing program at Abadía Retuerta LeDomaine that combines a powerful new telescope and perfect viewing conditions. 56 more words

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Creating Winning Alliances in Indigenous Tourism

The Pacific Asia Indigenous Tourism Conference and Trade Event  launched a new website today, co-hosted by the World Indigenous Tourism Alliance (WINTA) and Aboriginal Tourism Association of British Columbia (AtBC).

Source:-Travelandtourworld.com

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An Art Gallery in Zhouzhang, China’s Venice

In 2008, while visiting Zhouzhang, China’s #1 Water Town for Tourists, we stopped at Xu Xiao-dong’s gallery and art studio.

 
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The artist trained under a master and keeps a newspaper clipping that mentions it. 257 more words

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Tourism Snapshot December 2014: travel to Canada closes year on upbeat note

International arrivals to Canada climbed 3% in 2014, driven by 11% growth from CTC’s overseas markets, reports new CTC Tourism Snapshot.

The early 2014 tourism report card for Canada has been filed: it was a good  year, with 17.1 million international visitors coming to Canada, a 3% rise on the previous year. 48 more words

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Creating Winning Alliances in Indigenous Tourism

The Pacific Asia Indigenous Tourism Conference and Trade Event (#PAITC2015) launched a new website today, co-hosted by the World Indigenous Tourism Alliance (WINTA) and Aboriginal Tourism Association of British Columbia (AtBC). 49 more words

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