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  • Adventure Travel Destinations
    Why Was 2017 the Year of Sustainable Tourism?

    This past year of 2017 was officially named the “International Year of Sustainable Tourism Development” by the U.N. and the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has spent the year promoting responsible travel around the world. Part of the campaign centres on the concept of “Travel. Enjoy. Respect.” which encourages tourists to use travel to promote positive […]

  • Adventure Travel News
    Volcano Erupts on Reunion where MH370 Debris was Found

    Image Credit: Pierre Guinoiseau The Piton de la Fournaise volcano’s eruption attracted many tourists and local hikers to the site and put the island of Reunion under the spotlight. However, this is not the only recent incident which we heard about the Island. French Island Reunion’s residents were stunned by the view of the two meter […]

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    ISIS Destroys Temple in Palmyra

    Another important remnant of antique culture has been destroyed by ISIS. The group has allegedly detonated a huge amount of explosives in the Temple of Baalshamin in Syria’s ancient oasis city of Palmyra, which lead to the destruction of the temple’s inner area and the collapse of the outer columns. The country’s descent into chaos […]

  • Adventure Travel in the Middle East
    Iraq’s Endangered World Heritage Sites

    Iraq’s Cultural Heritage     Iraq is incredibly rich in cultural heritage, no wonder, since it is one of the cradles of civilization, being part of Mesopotamia’s Fertile Crescent along Tigris and Euphrates. Millennia of human history are documented here, partially still covered by sand, but partially already excavated and studied by early archaeologists. While […]

  • Adventure Travel Destinations
    4 Reasons to Visit Mali

    The news hardly report anything good about Mali in Western Africa. Probably the best thing we have heard over the last years, was that the Ebola outbreak was contained in January 2014, after just a few months and 8 deaths, and Mali was declared Ebola free. The disease had come across the borders from Mali’s […]

  • Adventure Travel Destinations
    The 10 Most Dangerous Places To Visit In The World

    We live in an amazing world, full of natural and historical wonders. Unfortunately many of the regions with the most fascinating landscapes and the most interesting history are troubled by conflicts, wars and natural forces. Check out our list of the 10 most dangerous places to visit in the world, that you should see at least […]

  • Adventure Travel Destinations
    Syria’s Endangered World Heritage Sites

    Syrian Civil War affects not only the citizens of Syria; but also the precious artifacts which stand as the witnesses of Mesopotamia’s rich history.  Syrian demonstrators who had opposing views, jumped onto the bandwagon of Arab Spring in 2011. Although the demonstrations, which started as an outcome of the anti-regime protests in several other Arab states, seemed […]

  • Adventure Travel News
    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 […]