Readers of the 2010 Sports Illustrated (SI) Swimsuit Issue (www.si.com/swimsuit ) will be forgiven for paying less attention to the location featured in the photo spread ...but it certainly proves on...
French Polynesia has returned to normal in the wake of Tropical Cyclone Oli, which passed to the south-east of the main islands of Tahiti, Moorea and Bora Bora.
Tonga's hotly anticipated new tourism website www.thekingdomoftonga.com was launched to the global online community last week.
From the vast barren deserts, rocky deepwater fjords and the beauty of the ancient forts, to the hospitality of the Omani people and the modern opulence of its luxury hotels, The Sultanate of Oman is...
Tourism New Zealand launched Sunday its new early-bird ski campaign aimed at attracting keen Australian skiers and snowboarders to NZ's slopes.
Regional Development Minister Brendon Grylls has officially kicked off the $2million redevelopment of the Jurien Bay foreshore.
Australia kicks the recession and international tourism blues
5.6 million international travellers were recorded arriving into Australia in 2009, with New Zealand, the UK and the USA still remaining the top travellers source markets.
The travel industry welcomed last week representatives from VisitScotland and a team of Scottish suppliers visiting Australia and New Zealand for a multi-city sales mission.
The Australians have waved goodbye to the Canadians who were down under for their annual Corroboree trade event once again, bring down 14 key suppliers and starting the countdown to the upcoming Wint...
Capping off an unprecedented six month period of growth which saw all previous Australian visitor arrival records for the July-December period fall by the wayside
The "We Are Yigo" mural begins production on Saturday, February 6, 2010 in the island's northernmost village.
Over the weekend Tourism Western Australia launched its brand new tourism brand "Experience Extraordinary" and it's first marketing campaign involving a taxi ride around the state.
Set to take place on the first evening of Chinese New Year (14 February)
While Haiti is still suffering from the effects of a devastating earthquake, its neighbour, the Dominican Republic, is making sure travellers know it hasn't been affected.
According to the Korean calendar 2010 is the Year of the Tiger and no doubt will be celebrated even more than usual as it is the return of the white Tiger which only appears every sixty years.
Hong Kong managed to report a 0.3% lift in tourist arrivals for the full year of 2009, breaking down the figures, it becomes apparent that the Chinese Mainland sector carried foreign arrivals.
Partnership with SatSports and HTC produces interactive application for tourism information
Harbour Bridge limitations may mean Carnival looking elsewhere for ports
Bad news: No additional government funds to boost tourism - Good news: McEvoy's at the helm of TA.