According to research by Sainsbury’s Bank Travel Insurance in the UK, one in 10 Brits have already booked their summer holiday for 2019.
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The Travel Health Insurance Association of Canada has released the results of a survey showing that some Canadians are unsure of the implications of travelling while in possession of marijuana.
According to new research from the Global Business Travel Association, more than eight in 10 women have experienced at least one safety-related incident while travelling for business over the past 12 months.
A new study has found that those who travel regularly report improved emotional and physical health and better relationships and productivity at work.
Global risk and security consultancy Drum Cussac has released its 2019 Country Risk Map, illustrating which countries around the world are the most and least risky.
Alpha Travel Insurance has calculated the most and least expensive tourist spots out of 60 destinations in Europe, finding that Istanbul is the cheapest.
The European Tourism Association has found that European tourism loses about $1 billion per year from the Indian market due to the complexities of the Schengen zone tourist visa process.
Florida, US is preparing for Hurricane Michael to make landfall today; the storm has been upgraded to a category 4, regarded as ‘extremely dangerous’.
According to VisitBritain, the UK is likely to beat its 2020 tourism target by the end of 2018.
Sri Lanka has announced that it has experienced a growth of 11.6 per cent in visitors so far for 2018 when compared to the previous year.