For many, travelling is for a particular group of people. A rare group of ‘’mad’’ or ‘’strange’’ people who either have too much to spend or just have too much time at their disposal.
Tarutao is one of the most beautiful islands in Thailand, but its white-sand beaches and lush rainforests were once home to hardened criminals.
I get rewarded financially for doing it.
This excerpt takes place in the first three hours of the mission, when the crew are preparing to blasting away from the home planet and out toward the moon. It was something that had never been tried before.
The only thing standing between the country and the ocean is a tree.
A beach that was washed away by storms more than 30 years ago has reappeared off the west coast of Ireland.
Many travellers believe Spain’s late mealtimes are a reflection of the country’s laidback attitude, but that couldn’t be further from the truth.
According to legend, pirate treasure reportedly worth £100 million is buried on an Indian Ocean island. This is the true story of two men’s life-long search.
Although many countries are saddled with stereotypes, in Switzerland’s case they’re dead on.
If you're dreaming about a week on a beach this summer, you're not alone. In fact, a third of adults say they're more likely to take a trip this year than in 2016, according to AAA.
Aviation Minister, Cecilia Abena Dapaah, has disclosed that ten local and foreign investors have expressed interests in setting up domestic airlines.
Flying is still a scary experience for many. Planes are frightening machines that can be very intimidating. They usually take you to your vacation destination and nothing gets you to where you need to be faster, but all of this comes at a price.
Ms Abla Dzifa Gomashie, a former Deputy Minister for Tourism, says some aspects of the country’s cultural heritage should be left untouched by modernisation.
Travel and tourism contributed some GH¢4.5 billion to Ghana’s economy in 2015.
Tourism in Ghana has been ranked 120th by the latest Global Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Index (TTCI).
As children, I am pretty sure we all went on one excursion or another. Whether it was a children's service trip to Mt. Afadjato, a Red Cross Association trip to The Kakum National park or even a Wildlife Club journey to The Cape Coast Castle, we had the experience of our lives.
Russia's flagship carrier Aeroflot is fighting a legal battle with several of its female flight attendants who say it favours slim and attractive cabin crew.
No one needs help finding a beautiful beach in Mauritius, but there are tons to explore away from the water as well.
Long gone are the days when flying was reserved for the top elite and their kinsmen, and members of this small circles knew what was expected of them in terms of decorum, discipline, and direction.
‘’Kwahu ooo Kwahu’’ This is a very popular jargon you will hear in Ghana around this period. You know what it means right? EASTER is here!!! Ghanaians like to party and fun is probably the first word after independence in the dictionary of many Ghanaians.
Spanning seven seas -- and countless waterways in between -- the world's horizons stretch every which way for would-be cruisers.
Tourism! Some call it leisure, others call it business. It means different things to different people at different times. To many, traveling all over the world for business while you accidentally bump into unique destinations is Tourism.
From Friday, April 14 to Sunday, April 16, the Ghana Tourism Authority will host this year’s Kwahu Paragliding Festival at the Odweanoma Mountain in Kwahu, Eastern Region.
The Volta Regional office of the Ghana Tourism Authority has said it would monitor Easter celebrations at tourist sites to ensure safety.
In times past, hotels and guest houses were the preserve of the elite and well-to-do in society. The main customers were foreign travellers and businessmen from all over the world.
Snip, snip, snip the scissors went, cutting up United-Chase credit cards and frequent flyer member cards.
Flying is about to get a lot more fun.
A man's refusal to give up his seat on an overbooked United Airlines flight led to a disturbing scene Sunday that has travelers up in arms over airline policies.
For only the second time in its 15-year history, the World Best Restaurant Awards has named a fine dining venue outside of Europe as the planet's greatest.
This Asian country made Christianity its official religion in 301 AD, and this history can still be seen today.
Whether they’re in countryside or a post-industrial landscape, Europe’s 2017 festival calendar means new events, old favourites, frenzied masses and boutique charm.
Tired, we sat on rocks and chatted over omelette sandwiches and bananas. There were no other hikers on the mountain that day, so the stunning views from the 1,400m peak were ours to enjoy.
Beer enthusiasts know better than to board an airplane with high expectations.
Cyclone Debbie hit Queensland's most populous region on Thursday after pummelling the north-east coast for two days.
I’ve been promoting locally made goods for the past couple of years and have not focused enough on you, the Ghanaian consumer.
The Ghana Association of Visual Artists (GAVA) in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture and the National Commission on Culture has launched this year’s World Art Day
It's one of Christianity's holiest sites -- the burial chamber where Jesus Christ is believed to have been entombed. Now following nine months of meticulous restoration, it's reopened to the devoted.
The winners of the 2017 Architectural Review MIPIM Future Projects Awards have been announced, with this year's prizes going to projects from eight countries across 11 categories.
In news that should come as little surprise to global air travelers, Singapore's done it again.
The Ghana Highway Authority (GHA), says the date for re-opening the Buipe Bridge has been changed from the 8th March to the 15th March.
60 long years of ups and downs, of successes and failures and more yet to come. However, as we celebrate this enviable milestone of freedom and justice, let’s remind ourselves of a few of our great achievements.
Flight! Arguably the fastest and most reliable form of transport. It allows you travel from one end of the equator to the other in a few hours or days.
The Gold Coast! Africa’s black star and pacesetter. A country rich in culture, heritage and tradition. Groomed in all modesty, peace and love.
Ten electronic gate (E-gate) systems for automated border control will be operationalised at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) in February this year.
If you’re planning to fly American Airlines soon, make sure your tablets and laptops are charged up.
China's capital is notorious for its chronic pollution. Even indoors it's a struggle to find clean air, says John Sudworth.
Despite some recent tragedies, air travel is still one of the safest forms of transportation around. In fact, according to Australian consumer-aviation website AirlineRatings.com, 2016 was the second safest year in the history of commercial aviation, after 2013.
There are a lot more reasons why Africa is the place to be. Especially in 2017 where the possibilities are endless.
People have different priorities when they fly. When you're flying solo, and don't have a companion at 30,000 feet, sometimes sleep is the best activity.
For the second time in living memory, snow has fallen on the Sahara desert.
Passengers on board a US domestic flight allegedly managed to drink all of the alcohol on board the plane – and were congratulated by the pilot for their efforts.
It's the original pop-up: Northern Sweden's ICEHOTEL was the world's first hotel made of snow and ice when it opened back in 1989.