Miscellaneous

A Step-by-Step Guide To The Bonaire Visitor Entry Tax Payment Process

Embarking on a journey to the vibrant shores of Bonaire is an experience filled with anticipation and excitement. Yet, navigating the intricacies of entry requirements can often dampen the initial enthusiasm of travelers. Understanding and seamlessly completing the entry tax payment process is a pi... See more

Navigating the e-Ticket System in the Dominican Republic: A User's Perspective

The concept of e-ticketing has revolutionized the transportation sector globally, and the Dominican Republic is no exception. This technological advancement has brought about immense convenience and efficiency, transforming how residents and tourists navigate the country's transport network. This a... See more

The expansion of tourism activities

Today, many experts agree that investing in tourism activities is very profitable. In addition to the traditional services offered by tourism agencies (travel, accommodation and catering), investors have realised the importance of investing in tourism activities, which play a major role in the globa... See more

Tourism-Friendly Destination: Belgian Flanders

In these times of health crisis, very few regions are suitable for various forms of tourism. However, Belgian Flanders has a lot of tourists potential that should not be overlooked. These assets are of various kinds and visible on various levels. The geographical location of the region and the balan... See more

Seaside Tourism : all about it

One of the most popular forms of tourism in the world is beach tourism. The sea, the beach and the sun attract millions of tourists every year. Visiting the beaches is widespread, there is a rush of people who are far from the sea to the coasts especially in hot periods to breathe the fresh air of t... See more

Gastronomic tourism: Savalou would be a laboratory of pounded yam?

Tourists go to places mostly to visit. However, they can also travel to discover the culinary art of the regions. This is the case in Savalou where each yam festival brings together a panoply of tourists from all over the world.  The yam festival Every 15 August, thousands of tourists come to the hi... See more

The Pantheon of Pan-African Resistance of Savalou, a tourist site left behind?

Among the many tourist sites in Benin is the Pantheon of Pan-African Resistance in Savalou. It was erected on 13 August 2014 by King Tossoh Gbaguidi 13 with the aim of restoring the history of the partition of the city of Sohavis in the slave trade. This historical monument played an important role... See more