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UK lawmakers to count environmental cost of mass tourism

British lawmakers said on Thursday they would count the environmental cost of mass tourism amid warnings that leisure trips pose an ever greater threat...

Virus fears stop Indian Sikhs visiting Pakistan site for festival

Coronavirus fears meant a historic travel corridor created last year to let Indian Sikhs visit a holy shrine in northeast Pakistan remained closed Tuesday...

Taj Mahal to reopen even as virus rages in India

India's top tourist attraction the Taj Mahal is set to reopen more than six months after it was shut, officials said Tuesday, even as...

Coronavirus forces tourism rethink in world’s most visited city

Bangkok tourist destination Khao San Road is usually heaving with people on weekends, its cheap beer bars, tattoo parlours, street vendors, hostels and buzzing...

Santa’s homeland faces harsh winter as tourists kept away

Between November and March, Finland's far north usually throngs with international holidaymakers who come to experience a snowy wonderland of reindeer rides, ice castles...

An Explorer’s Guide to Saudi Arabia

  Saudi Arabia is an Arab country situated in western Asia, and its area extends from the Red Sea in the west to the Arabian...

Montenegro’s Portonovi marina set to lure tourists

An Azeri company opening a €1 billion superyacht marina in Montenegro this month expects the project to pave the way for at least two...

Pandemic deals ‘crushing blow’ to struggling Kashmir tourism

When Kashmir went into a coronavirus lockdown in March, tourism in the Indian-administered territory had already been hobbled by eight months of tight security...

Indian jail offers tourists chance to spend a night in jail

A tourist to India now has the chance to experience life in prison. A 200 year old former jail in southern India offers tourists...

Kerala’s Munnar most charming hill destinations

Kerala's Munnar is expansive tea gardens to Vagamon's unspoilt meadows, there are plenty of places to visit in Kerala that are far removed from...