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Kagame opens World Tourism Conference in Kigali, Rwanda

Rwandan president Paul Kagame has officially opened the 41st Annual World Tourism Conference in Kigali. Curated by the Corporate Council on Africa, Africa Travel Association, and Rwanda Development Board, the event is designed to set the tone for how tourism can be utilised as an engine for economic growth in …

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Qatar Airways adds new flights to Kathmandu, Nepal

Qatar Airways will add an additional daily flight on its Doha-Kathmandu route from September 1st, to meet high demand during Nepal’s festival season, which takes place every year in September and October. The additional frequency will be served by an Airbus A320, departing Doha at 01:25 and arriving in Kathmandu …

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Cayman Islands Luxury

The Cayman Islands area is a tropical paradise so perfect it almost seems too good to be true. This region is like the real-life embodiment of the tropical paradise setting you envision in your dreams. It’s the kind of place that creates an ambiance of luxury and indulgence, no matter …

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Eight travel predictions for 2018, as revealed by Booking.com

AMSTERDAM – The experts at Booking.com, the global leader in connecting travellers with the widest choice of incredible places to stay, have combined customer insights from over 128 million real guest reviews with research from 19,000 travellers across 26 countries around the world to reveal the biggest travel predictions for …

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Quintessential California in Mammoth Lakes

Christie Osborne calls her hometown of Mammoth Lakes, California “an adventure right out the front door.” “Mammoth Lakes is quintessentially Californian, in that you can ski in the morning and mountain bike in the afternoon,” said Osborne, who is the blogger behind Mountainside Bride. “Or go for a spectacular hike …

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PyeongChang praised by IOC ahead of 2018 Winter Olympics

Following its ninth and final visit to PyeongChang, the International Olympic Committee’s coordination commission has left Korea “very confident” the city is prepared to welcome the world to the XXIII Olympic Winter Games. “Over the course of our three-day evaluation visit, PyeongChang’s readiness to host the Olympic Winter Games 2018 …

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