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  • Adventure Travel News
    Planned Extension of e-Tourist Visa in India

    After the introduction of an e-Tourist Visa in India in November 2014, for which by now 78 nationalities are eligible, India has announced plans to extend the accessibility to 31 more nations. Among them are European countries like Ireland, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and Sweden, as well as several South American nations. The only […]

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    Summer in Croatia: Tourism Under Threat From Wildfires

    Croatia has become Europe’s summertime darling with its rocky coastline, turquoise waters and popular beaches and islands, but it looks like things are smoky on the horizon as the headlines spout out: Croatian tourism under threat from wildfires. Recently, hundreds of Croatian firefighters  battled against raging wildfires on the Adriatic coast and along the islands right in […]

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    Snowboarders vs. Skiers in Utah

    The fight between snowboarders and skiers in Utah, a fight that is as old as the invention of the boards itself, enters the next round in the Alta Ski Area. The local resort, which has been opened in 1939, is one of the oldest in the country, but it is also one of the last […]

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    Travelers Can Save Iranian Hammams

    Will Iran soon lose an important part of its cultural heritage? While three decades ago, the typical hammam still attracted several dozen visitors daily, today the owners of the few remaining Iranian hammams are happy to be serving three customers a day. With almost every Iranian household being equipped with showers and baths, these institutions […]

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    UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Yemen Destroyed in Saudi Attacks

    In recent airstrikes against the Houthi rebels in Yemen, lead by Saudi Arabia and its allies, another of the nation’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites have been damaged. The old town of Yemen’s capital Sana’a has suffered severe destruction during the bombing. Three houses have been completely destroyed and since the ancient buildings are all connected […]

  • Adventure Travel Destinations
    Hasankeyf: an Endangered Historical Site in Turkey

    Hasankeyf Prepares to Become a Modern Atlantis Today, the construction of Ilisu Dam threatens the existence of the beautiful town of Hasankeyf, located in Batman Province of Turkey, in the Southeastern part of the country. According to the General Directorate of State Hydraulic Works of Turkey, the dam will be completed by the 23rd of December, 2015. […]

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    Brazilian Visa Requirements for US Citizens Might Be Lifted

    Chances are good, that Americans might have significantly less hassle getting a visa for Brazil during the Olympic Summer Games in 2016. Currently US citizens have to apply in advance for a Brazilian visa in the embassy closest to their place of residence, providing a proof of income and different other documents besides a visa […]

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    Australian Tourism Campaign Focuses on Aboriginal Australia

    Even though Aboriginal experiences, an important part of the Australia’s tourism industry, can add that little extra to a trip to the continent, hardly any international tourists participate in travel experiences and activities connected to Aboriginal Australia and culture. According to the Australian tourism board, most tourists are discouraged by the assumption that such experiences […]

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    Tunisian New Terror Law Passes

    After two recent deadly attacks on tourists in Tunisia, the popular destination in North Africa struggles. Now a Tunisian new terror law has been passed, that is supposed to help prevent such attacks in future. The law, for which the parliament voted with great majority, allows the police to hold a suspect without charge and […]