The era of hosting mega-sport events because they increase tourism may be over.
Fiji is open for tourists but visitors need to be careful not to add extra strain to the country’s already struggling health system.
The four-day, non-stop dance party has been banned and unbanned twice in four years.
Locals usually see tourists as a way to boost the economy. But at a certain point, resentment starts to build.
Resorts around the world are looking to attract travellers from other countries to replace Russian travellers.
A major fertiliser plant is set to be constructed in the Pilbara, potentially impacting as many as 20 ancient rock art sites.
Cruise liners are back and demand is reportedly strong. But given their environmental impact and relatively low economic benefit, how sustainable is this kind of tourism?
How might the metaverse take over tourism, a sector which up to now has required physical mobility?
The true cost of marine conservation often falls on vulnerable coastal communities. Can a ‘beneficiary pays’ approach protect both endangered species and the communities dependent on them?
When Pacific Forum economic ministers meet today in Vanuatu, the region’s troubled airline sector should be high on their agenda.
New Zealand has ramped up biosecurity measures due to an Indonesian foot and mouth scare, but the disease can have huge impacts well beyond the agricultural economy.
Ocean equity will be the key for achieving blue economies in Canada and the world
Overtourism has seen Spanish authorities take ever stricter measures. Individual visitors have a part to play in making tourism more sustainable.
Protests over shortages forced the ouster of Sri Lanka’s president, but the crisis has deep-set roots in ethnonationalism, which has encouraged corruption, argues an expert on the country’s politics.
The pandemic has intensified wanderlust – but also the need for mindful, ethical travel.
The start of the hajj is reigniting debates around its commercialization, but pilgrimages are also a time for seeking business opportunities, writes a scholar of Islam.
Hotels had to cut their employees and offer discounted prices to retain occupancy during the COVID-19 pandemic. We should learn from their experiences to devise better strategies for the future.
The tourist appeal of the St. Lawrence River dates to the 19th century. Residents and summer visitors have rubbed shoulders ever since, but not necessarily shared the same ideas about its attractions.
The real Pennhurst – a hospital name-checked in the latest series of Stranger Things – was a place of segregation and abuse.
From Merlin to the country’s red dragon, there are a lot of legends and magic to promote to international tourists.