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Research shows African wild dogs did not become extinct

New evidence has indicated that African wild dogs did not become extinct in 1991.

Peru 'to attract 2.8 million visitors in 2012'

Peruvian tourism chiefs are expecting 2.8 million people to travel to the country in 2012.

International Theatre Festival to be held in Jordan capital

The Amman International Theatre Festival will prove to be a major attraction for people taking Jordan holidays in April 2012.

Head to South Africa for the Cape Town Carnival

The Cape Town Carnival - which starts on March 17th - will prove to be an unforgettable experience for people taking South Africa holidays.

Jerash Festival of Culture and Arts receives new funding

Jordan's Ministry of Culture has committed significant funds to the 2012 Jerash Festival of Culture and Arts.

British adventurer sets Antarctica record

A British explorer has become the first female to trek across Antarctica on her own.

Tanzania reaffirms commitment to nature preservation

Tanzanian tourism chiefs have reiterated the importance of safeguarding wildlife in the country.

Cultural festivals set to be held in Istanbul

A number of festivals will be held in Istanbul this year to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Turkish city's Foundation for Culture and Arts.

Peru tourism 'will grow above world average'

Peru's tourism trade will grow at a faster rate than the overall growth in worldwide travel this year, it has been predicted.

Tanzania 'is rich in natural resources and natural wonders'

Tanzania has plenty to offer visitors, as it is full of natural wonders, an ambassador has said.