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  • Adventure Travel News
    Marmoon Desert Reserve Project Launched in Dubai

    In adventure travel news, n innovative new natural desert reserve spanning 10 percent of the total area of Dubai has been launched in the UAE. The Marmoon Desert Reserve Project is set to be the site of several ecotourism projects and conservation efforts contributing to the protection and nurturing of the environment, as well as contributing considerably to […]

  • Adventure Travel Destinations
    Ryanair Announces New Flights to Jordan from March

    Adventure travel in Jordan is set to become more accessible as Ryanair announces new flights to two Jordanian destinations. The low-cost flight provider has announced 10 services to Ammam, the capital and four services to Aqaba, a south-eastern city. Ryanair has said the new routes will carry 500,000 travelers a year to Jordan from continental […]

  • Adventure Travel News
    Cape Town’s Water Shortage: How is it Affecting Tourism?

    One of the continent’s most affluent and developed metropolises, Cape Town is an oasis in South Africa’s otherwise arid landscape. The iconic Table Mountain that overlooks the city traps breezes that drift from warm ocean waters and creates local rainfall, the region’s most precious commodity. Now, the city is facing a bona fide crisis due […]

  • Adventure Travel News
    What Visitors to Jamaica Need to Know About the Gun Violence

    Jamaica’s officials declared a state of emergency last Thursday following a spate of violent crime and killings. As military operations are underway to curb the violence, visitors are faced with questions around whether Jamaica is safe to visit at this time and how drastic the situation really is. Here is what visitors to Jamaica need to […]

  • Adventure Travel in the Far East
    The Philippines’ Most Active Volcano, Mount Mayon Has Exploded, Alert Level Now at 5

    In breaking news, the Philippines’ most active volcano, Mount Mayon has exploded thunderously today, on Monday January 22 at noon, local time, propelling a giant column of super-heated lava, molten rocks and steam which has flooded down the volcano’s slopes, enveloping the nearby villages in darkness, according to officials. Photo by: Ray in Manila License: CC The alert […]

  • Adventure Travel in Sub-Saharan Africa
    Watch Namibia’s video response to Trump remark

    Circulating in the news recently has been the controversy surrounding US President Trump allegedly referring to African countries as well as Haiti and El Salvador as “shithole countries”, with the expletive even being featured in a number of headlines of top news sources. Namibia’s video response to Trump makes the most of the controversy. It […]

  • Adventure Travel Destinations
    Glacial Travel Destinations Melting Fast

    Glaciers, as well as being amazing phenomena for us to behold, are extremely precious as they hold the majority of the world’s freshwater supply.  If they were to all melt tomorrow, the world’s water levels would rise by a whopping 70 meters. At present, many of the world’s glaciers are melting at an alarming rate. […]