Zambia’s Tourism Minister calls for less regulations on intra-African travel
Much like post-Brexit Britons, African travellers want less red tape when visiting their neighbours. The key difference here being they didn’t vote to be separated in the first place.
Anne Hathaway and Roger Federer get upstaged in new ad for Swiss Tourism
Throwing off his famous acting constraints, the tennis ace and Swiss tourism ambassador has partnered with the very non-Swiss actor for a new short film that’s as stunning as it is witty.
South African Tourism reveals fresh details for Indaba’s 2022 return
After a two-year pause, Africa’s Travel Indaba is gearing up to welcome delegates from across the world to connect and help contribute to Africa’s tourism sector recovery.
BEIA celebrates events restart as New Zealand scraps restrictions
Give our Kiwi cousins a big cheer for finally opening the floodgates to Aussie travellers, a decision we assume they will come to regret once they remember how loud we are.
‘The South Africa Show’ goes off with a bang as travel restrictions relax
While ‘The South Africa Show’ sounds like a strange sitcom, we’re upset to report that it’s not, although it did feature some Aussie comedy talent.
AIME 2022 gives international delegates a “Very Melbourne Welcome”
Upon first hearing the phrase “Very Melbourne Welcome” we assumed delegates were met by a hoard of angry baristas handing out incorrect coffee orders and mispronouncing everyone’s names.
“We are reconnecting with the world”: Singapore flings open its border to all vaccinated travellers
The city-state has nixed its VLT, not to be confused with the much more delicious BLT, much to the Nibbler’s relief.
Tourism Australia ups its presence coming out of the pandemic with new ad campaigns
We hope Tourism Australia has remembered to warn those overseas about drop bears. It’d be a real shame if they were caught off guard.
Tourism Ireland celebrates St Patrick’s Day with “Green Button” festival
It’s that time of year again, folks! Time to don your greenest attire and chug Guinness in the street while your mate throws up in a festive top hat. Or is that just us?
Tourism Australia introduces traditional names across major destinations
Australia’s destination marketing gurus are introducing a duel-naming approach, to incorporate 60,000+ years of Indigenous custodianship, language, and knowledge into the mainstream.
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