Adventure tourism has grown exponentially worldwide over the past years with tourists visiting destinations previously undiscovered. This allows for new destinations to market themselves as truly unique, appealing to those travellers looking for rare, incomparable experiences. Against this backdrop, this report offers a thorough insightful analysis of the current and future adventure travel sector, providing global trends and structural knowledge on a significant, growing market, which is rapidly expanding, particularly in these new destinations.
PATA Conversations is a monthly, digital publication focusing on the travel industry within the Asia Pacific region and beyond. This digital magazine features curated interviews with the industry’s greatest minds and decision makers, from CEOs to corporate travel planners to on-the-ground tour guides, sharing their insight into travel trends, education and personal achievement.
The issue of Travel Weekly for 4 December 2014 is now available online.
This publication includes a series of case studies from cities in Asia and the Pacific that illustrate the crucial role of air transport as an engine of economic growth and job creation. It shows how well-designed and well-coordinated tourism and air transport policies can underspin the growth of tourism while emphasizing the role of low-cost carriers in the transformation of air transport in the region.
This article provides information on recent statistics in relation to tourism in the European Union.
The latest issue of Tourism Review Magazine contains articles on heritage in Eastern Europe, MICE industry, spas and wellness; global aviation awards, and Sicily.
This article summarizes the recent tourism trends in Hungary.
Despite a troublesome couple of years, hotel market conditions in Manama appear to be recovering. This article provides an insight into Manama’s hotel market, its recent challenges and the outlook for the future.
The vibrant limited-to-select service hotel sector is at the forefront of the property market.
The Routledge Dark Tourism collection brings together over 45 free journal articles on an array of subject areas, from behavioral sciences to geography, and showcases the international scale on which this phenomenon takes place. The collection explores Dark Tourism on an international scale, and discusses the locations themselves, the reason why they draw thousands of visitors each year, their cultural significance and how local bodies promote the darker side of their region’s history.