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The Seychelles Islands open for tourism

The exotic island of Seychelles known for its pristine beaches re-opens borders to all countries worldwide with immediate effect. The much-anticipated news...

Seychelles Tourism Board appoints BRANDit as India Representative

The vibrant outbound tourism industry of India is optimistic about some green shoots of recovery by the latter half of 2021. Travelling...

Kenya welcomes Indians to experience a magical holiday

Kenya is welcoming Indian tourists into the destination to sample the unique Kenyan tourism products in 2021. As a...

Mauritius launches new long-term visa

Mauritius, the Indian Ocean paradise, has launched a new long-stay visa to meet the growing demand from international visitors looking to relocate...

Abu Dhabi opens for tourism, travel guidelines updated

Abu Dhabi will reopen to international travellers starting December 24, 2020, the Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi (DCT Abu...

Tourism Australia leveraging virtually on Border-Gavaskar series to build destination visibility

The preceding months have resulted in unprecedented detours to travel and tourism activity, however, the introduction of travel bubbles and safe travel...

Nepal reopens to tourists coming by air, land borders still closed

Nepal has thrown open the doors to foreign tourists after keeping them out for nine months as the country battled the COVID-19...

Thailand now offers ‘Special Tourist Visa’ to visitors from around the...

Royal Thai Government is now allowing long-stay visitors from around the world to apply for the ‘Special Tourist Visa’ (STV), previously available only to...

Maldives welcomes the 100,000th tourist since the border reopening

Since the reopening of international borders on July 15, 2020, there has been a gradual increase in tourist arrivals with the establishment...

South African Tourism announces campaign to inspire travellers to do Summer...

South Africa has an unbelievable diversity of things to do and places to explore in all its nine provinces and this week...