The 43rd Queenstown Winter Festival has a new sponsor for one of festival goers’ favourite events –the Real Journey’s Friday Night Party and Fireworks on 23 June 2017. … Continue Reading
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Swaziland is proud of its many community projects that give visitors the opportunity to explore traditional ways of life. The Shewula experience offers genuine Swazi hospitality run totally by the community, for the community. … Continue Reading
The Waikato Tourism Monitoring Observatory, New Zealand’s first tourism observatory, has joined the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) International Network of Sustainable Tourism Observatories (INSTO). … Continue Reading
With less than 80 days to go until kick off for the first All Blacks game in Auckland in the DHL New Zealand Lions Series, three All Blacks took some time out from training to share their favourite things to do in Auckland. … Continue Reading
Out Here In Bermuda, We Are Counting Down To The Most Spectacular Thirty Days Of Sailing In The World
If you, your friends, business colleagues or clients are looking to travel to Bermuda in May or June for summer vacation, business trips or specifically for the America’s Cup, bookings are still available at various island hotel properties during that period.
Step towards the fire pit, let the flames light the way, rugged up and stripped bare, that’s winter down our way. In Tasmania, we revel in winter and all her moods. … Continue Reading
See Amazing! Beaches Resorts Welcomes Walkaround Julia, Sesame Street’s Newest Character, To Jamaica And Turks & Caicos This Fall
Following the landmark television debut of Julia, a new Sesame Street Muppet with autism, Beaches Resorts is proud to announce the walkaround character’s arrival to its resorts in Jamaica and Turks & Caicos beginning this fall.
Upgraded accommodation, new festivals, free guided tours and a bumper barramundi season predicted – Kakadu promises a memorable holiday experience in 2017
After one of the wettest wet seasons for years, Kakadu is looking in perfect condition for the forthcoming peak ‘dry’ season. … Continue Reading
It’s been two weeks since the category four cyclone, Cyclone Debbie, struck the east coast of Queensland, causing widespread destruction to homes, businesses and the environment. … Continue Reading