• Why Vietnam is the perfect idea of an off-beat destination Why Vietnam is the perfect idea of an off-beat destination
    “The average tourist wants to go to places where there are no tourists”. Indian tourists seem to whole-heartedly comply with Sam Ewing’s words. The globe-trotter Indian is increasingly going out to the world, exploring newer destinations, moving beyond the conventional charms of Europe and neighboring South-Asian countries to quench his thirst for unparalleled experience.
  • E-visas applied in a pilot program for visitors from 40 countries E-visas applied in a pilot program for visitors from 40 countries
    Vietnam government recently annouced in a legal document that nationals of eligible countries are able to apply for a 30-day single-entry e-visa starting February 1st 2017.
  • A very interesting clip introducing Vietnamese people and culture! A very interesting clip introducing Vietnamese people and culture!
    Vietnam - a beautiful country in a nice clip prepared by the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism under the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Vietland Holidays presents!
  • Tourism Tidbits: Natural Disasters and Tourism Tourism Tidbits: Natural Disasters and Tourism
    The following article written by Dr. Peter E. Tarlow who is a world-renowned speaker and expert specializing in the impact of crime and terrorism on the tourism industry, event and tourism risk management, and economic development. It focuses on some of the essentials of understanding these risks and some of the least successful and best practices during a natural disaster.
  • The crisis of passenger airport charges The crisis of passenger airport charges
    The International Air Transport Association (IATA) calls on the European Union to significantly strengthen economic regulation of major European airport monopolies by focusing on the interests of passengers.
  • The importance of using social media to engage with travellers The importance of using social media to engage with travellers
    It is commonly acceptable that social media are becoming important part of every people in this increasingly connected world. Social media are essential to millennials who on their hands smart phones to navigate daily and long terms plans. This short article provides a hint to travel agents who focus on various types of guests.
  • Facebook & Instagram Help Put African Tourism on the Social Media Map Facebook & Instagram Help Put African Tourism on the Social Media Map
    Attending the Annual World Tourism Conference in Rwanda, Facebook (www.Facebook.com) and Instagram representatives were in Kigali this week (28-31 August) to discuss and explore ways in which social media can be used to effectively drive tourism growth across the Continent. Showcasing how both platforms can be used as a tool to creatively help change the narrative of Africa as a tourist destination, the team also took part in a live panel discussion exploring the'Evolution of Online Travel and Lifestyle Tourism: Leveraging Africa's Diversity'.
  • Do you make social media work for you? Do you make social media work for you?
    We start each morning with an honourable intention to draw out and follow a sacrosanct to-do list and make it the most meaningful and productive day.
  • New travel ripped-off: Hidden hotel fees New travel ripped-off: Hidden hotel fees
    Budget-conscious travelers beware: Sneaky added "hotel" and "resort fees" are proliferating. And although the federal government demands clear disclosure of these add-on charges, consumers who book online say the fees are so cleverly sandwiched into the deal that they are often missed until it's too late -- sometimes until they're slapped onto hotel bills at the end of a stay.
  • To fee or not to fee: That is the question for hoteliers To fee or not to fee: That is the question for hoteliers
    All of us in the hospitality industry know that consumer-facing fees and surcharges are a cost of doing business, often forced upon us by the government or as standard industry practice.
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