Along with 16,900 species of plant, Kew Gardens is growing a budding collection of world record titles…
Drinking on the Greek Island of Delos: Bring Your Own Water; Stacey Harris-Papaioannou; Greek Reporter
Whether you are spending the day on the island of Delos, be warned, you will need to bring your own water and there is no bathroom.
A Sitka spruce, non-native to the Southern Hemisphere, grows on subantarctic Campbell Island. It was planted at the start of the 20th century.
Forget the Great Blue Hole: Belize offers wall dives, night dives, shark dives and more.
Egypt on Tuesday showcased an ancient tomb structure belonging to the cemetery complex of King Djoser, a pharaoh who lived more than 4,500 years ago, following extensive restorations of the site.
This Heritage Month, US Embassy invites high school learners to join its virtual discussion with the University of Pretoria to learn more about the Mapungubwe Collection, its significance as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and why the U.S. supports the cultural preservation efforts at Mapungubwe.
It is believed that miscreants took advantage of the confusion that followed the Taliban’s takeover of area in the first half of August to loot the artifacts, according to local residents and Japanese archaeologists whose warehouse was also targeted.
NFR Introduces Steam Jungle Tea Safari Toy Train Service Between Siliguri And Rongtong; Sentinelassam
As per reports, the railway department has planned to run the toy train service on a regular basis depending on demand.
There are some destinations in the world that really sink beneath the skin of its travellers, weaving a spell that remains cast forever.
Everyone loves Venice! Consider hiring a private tour to get the most out of your visit.
In the recent China-hosted World Heritage Committee (WHC) online convention, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (Unesco) praised the Philippines for coming up with key documents in relation to maintaining the outstanding universal value (OUV) of the Baroque churches of the Philippines inscribed in the World Heritage list in 1993.
Komodo dragons are now classified as an endangered species, and climate change is being blamed; Jordan Mendoza; USA Today
The popular lizard that only lives in Indonesia is facing extinction as sea levels begin to rise as a result of climate change.
Sighișoara is the only inhabited medieval city in southeast Europe and has maintained its historical and cultural heritage through the ages.
[Into the heart of the country] A stroll through palace grounds and 900 years of history; Esther Chung; Korea JoongAng Daily
“The ‘Steam Jungle Tea Safari’ Toy Train service has been planned to run on a regular basis depending on demand. It is provided with the facilities of a Vistadome coach and hauled by the heritage steam engine. The Toy Train travels through the scenic beauty of tea gardens, apart from the breathtaking views of the lower Himalayan hills.
India’s most recent UNESCO World Heritage site, Dholavira was a sprawling urban centre in the Harappan civilisation, existing around 3000-1500 BCE. The others are ruins of Rakhigarhi in India and Harappa, Mohenjo-daro and Ganweriwala in Pakistan.
Founded in the 10th century, Historic Cairo is one of the world oldest Islamic cities, boasting renowned mosques, old markets and streets, and monuments.
The Sorrento Coast, one of the few Italian tourist destinations, in addition to the Amalfi Coast, which entranced writers and poets of the Grand Tour between the 18th and 19th centuries, generating flows of international visitors, up to the disastrous pandemic period, recorded a slow recovery this summer of 2021.
As tourists flood a Tanzanian park, the Maasai say they’re being pushed out; Ashoka Mukpo; Monga Bay
Every year, hundreds of thousands of tourists flock to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area (NCA) in northern Tanzania. Widely considered to be one of the most spectacular landscapes on the planet, the NCA is home to 115 species of mammal alone, including the famed “Big Five” of the African safari scene: elephants, buffaloes, rhinos, leopards and lions.