The Greek island of Karpathos has been included in National Geographic’s annual list of the world’s 25 most impressive destinations for 2023. National Geographic refers to the island in the Dodecanese as an amazing and beautiful place, where women-owned businesses lead the way in sustainable tourism. Also included in the same category in the extensive […]
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National Geographic Names Alonissos Island a Destination on the Rise
National Geographic Traveller has named Greece’s Alonissos Island to a list of destinations on the rise for 2021.
Azerbaijan Picked “Best Excursion Tourism Destination”
Azerbaijan has won the “Best Excursion Destination” award from the National Geographic Traveler Awards 2019.
National Geographic Traveler Russia Names Greece “Best Beach Holiday Destination for 2019”
Greece took the top spot in a National Geographic Traveler Russia vote recently. The Russian version of the famous travel magazine named Greece the “Best Beach Holiday Destination of 2019.” And while Greece’s tourism ministry is anxious to take kudos, the editor of Argophilia Travel News has his say too. According to the announcement by […]
National Geographic Traveler Russia – Greece Leading Family Destination
Greece has been announced the second most popular destination for family holidays at the Traveler Awards 2018
21st Century Adventurer Andrew Evans Sails Cape to Cape
For those seeking adventure, or at least seeking to read about adventurers, here’s a bit from National Geographic Traveler’s own Andrew Evans. According to the news, Evans is testing his Digital Nomad reputation by navigating the vastness of the Atlantic between South America’s Cape Horn and Africa’s Cape of Good Hope.
WTTC: Tourism for Tomorrow 2012 Kick Off
Every year the World Travel & Tourism Council invites tourism businesses, organizations, and even destinations to apply for the worldwide Tourism for Tomorrow Awards. The council just announced this year’s competition for gaining recognition via best practices in sustainable tourism.