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Nepalese tourism leaders hold elephant festival

Nepalese tourism ministers hope events such as the recent elephant festival will encourage more foreigners to visit the Asian country.

Turkey holidays set to be popular in 2012

Travel experts have outlined the best places to visit in 2012, with Turkey set to prove popular.

Cusco could host major rally event in 2012

The famous Dakar Rally could be held in Peru in 2012, it has been claimed.

Could Coldplay encourage people to take South Africa holidays?

Coldplay could inadvertently encourage people to take South Africa holidays, tourism chiefs have said.

Record holder set to embark on epic Nepalese trek

Apa Sherpa - the man who has conquered Everest 21 times - is set to embark on a 120-day trek across Nepal.

Micro-copter used to take photos of the Serengeti

A hi-tech micro-copter has been used to capture amazing aerial photographs of the Serengeti.

Travel writers hail Jordan holidays during campaign

Tourism chiefs are hoping that a new promotional campaign involving eight travel bloggers will further boost the appeal of Jordan holidays.

Visitors flock to Istanbul in 2011, figures show

Far more people visited Istanbul in the first 11 months of 2011 than in the same period last year.

Elderly lady conquers Kilimanjaro

A 68-year-old lady has conquered Mount Kilimanjaro, having been inspired by a grandmother, who managed to climb the landmark with her granddaughter.

Tanzania holidays proving popular among Turkish citizens

More Turkish people will take Tanzania holidays in the next few years, it has been predicted.