Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism Tanzania

Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism of United Republic of Tanzania, is the Ministry responsible for management of Natural, Cultural and Tourism resources. Tanzania has a great potential for natural resources, cultural and tourism attractions. In terms of wildlife, the present network of wildlife Protected Areas (PAs) in Tanzania is comprised of 14 National Parks, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, 38 Game Reserves and 43 Game Controlled Areas. The wildlife protected area network covers 233,300 Sq. Km (28%) of the total Tanzania’s

Read more

Tanzania National Parks

THE ARUSHA MANIFESTO Over fifty years ago     the  first President of the United     Republic of Tanzania, the     late Mwalimu Julius K. Nyerere,     recognized the integral part wildlife plays     in this  country. In September 1961 at a symposium on the Conservation of Nature and     Natural Resources, he  gave a speech that laid the     foundation for conservation  in post-independent     Tanzania. The extract of  that speech has become known     as the Arusha Manifesto. “The

Read more

Swaziland Tourism Authority

Despite being the smallest country in the Southern hemisphere, Swaziland more than makes up for its lack of size with a hugely diverse range of attractions and activities. As one of the few remaining Executive Monarchies in Africa, culture and heritage are deeply engrained in all aspects of Swazi life, ensuring an unforgettable experience for all who visit. As well as the rich culture, the overwhelming friendliness of the people makes all visitors feel truly welcome and very safe. Add

Read more

Ministry of Tourism, Antiques & Wildlife Sudan

ALL IN ONE. Sudan the Exceptional Destination Sudan is the largest country in Africa, located on the north – eastern side of the African continent between 4 & 21 North and 21 & 38 East, covering an area of one million square miles. Sudan is essentially a country of vast plains, interrupted by a few widely separated groups of hills and mountains such as the Amatong in the south and the Red Sea Hills in the east . The country

Read more

Sint Eustatius, Dutch Caribbean

Three hundred years ago, every Buccaneer, Admiral, Sea-swab and Pirate knew of the “Golden Rock”… St. Eustatius is a tiny Dutch island in the West Indies dominated by the Quill, a dormant volcano. Quill National Park has hiking trails along the ocean and around the volcano, which features a rainforest and many species of orchid. Surrounding the island are narrow beaches of volcanic sand. Offshore, St. Eustatius National Marine Park’s dive sites range from coral reefs to shipwrecks. During the

Read more

St. Kitts Tourism Authority

Welcome to St. Kitts Intoxicating natural beauty, sunny skies, warm waters, and white sandy beaches combine to make St. Kitts one of the most seductive spots in the Caribbean. Christopher Columbus first spotted St. Kitts in 1493, when it was populated with native tribes, but the Europeans didn’t colonize until the British arrived in 1623. Its strategic location and valuable sugar trade led to an advanced and luxurious development that was among the best in the Colonial Caribbean. www.stkittstourism.kn Rosecita

Read more

WESGRO: Western Cape Tourism, Trade and Investment Promotion Agency, South Africa

Discover a world of unique experiences when you click below and be inspired by the city of Cape Town and the Western Cape’s wine & cuisine, culture & heritage and events & festivals. Add activities to your trip with the suitcase icon and then share it with friends so that they too can fall in love with one of the leading destinations to travel to.   – See more at: http://goto.capetown/home#sthash.Xix1S6ll.dpuf www.discoverctwc.co.za     Rolf Carelse

Read more

Slovenia Tourism Board

http://www.slovenia.info/en/ Slovenia is the only country in Europe that combines the Alps, the Mediterranean, the Pannonian Plain and the Karst. The changing landscape is constantly surprising, time and again. You can have one eye on the sea, then look in the other direction and be surrounded by high mountains. Heading up into the forests, you can see the green plains below you. From upland meadows your view stretches into river gorges. This proximity of opposites and contrasts is a hallmark

Read more

Madeira Islands, Portugal

The island of Madeira has a surface area of 459 square miles (741 km2), (35 miles long and 13 miles wide). Thanks to their excellent geographical location and mountainous relief, these islands have surprisingly balmy weather, with moderate humidity and pleasant average temperatures of 25ºC in the summer and 17ºC in the winter. The sea temperature is also very mild, thanks to the influence of the warm Gulf Stream, averaging 22ºC in the summer and 18ºC in the winter. The

Read more

Phillipine Department of Tourism

The Philippine Department of Tourism is the primary planning, programming, coordinating, implementing and regulatory government agency in the development and promotion of the tourism industry, both domestic and international, in coordination with attached agencies and other government instrumentalities in the Philippines. For ICTP the department can share best practices of Philippine tourism stakeholders for the promotion of sustainable global tourism, Philippine Department of Tourism is interested to know best practices of other countries in sustainable their tourism by: Rommel Natanauan www.tourism.gov.ph

Read more

Travel Palestine

Welcome to Palestine With a history that envelops more than one million years, Palestine has played an important role in human civilisation. The crucible of prehistoric cultures, it is where settled society, the alphabet, religion, and literature developed, and would become a meeting place for diverse cultures and ideas that shaped the world we know today. Its rich and diverse past, abundant cultural heritage, and the archaeological and religious sites of the three monotheistic faiths including the birthplace of Jesus

Read more

Pakistan International Airlines

PIA’s Fleet PIA’s fleet of modern aircraft are spacious, comfortable, and designed to get you to your destination safely. PIA operates a range of advanced aircraft, ranging from the world’s preferred Boeing 777 airplane to the super-quiet Airbus A-320. A brief introduction of PIA fleet is given below: BOEING 777 The Boeing 777 family comprises of long-range, wide-body twin-engine airplanes. PIA was the first airline in the world to operate all the three variants of the 777 family: 777-200LR, 777-200ER

Read more
1 51 52 53 54 55 65