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My search for leopards in Sri Lanka

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Reza visits Sri Lanka in search of leopards that roam the Yala National Park

Overcrowded trains


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As train passenger numbers grow, railway companies will have to more flexible.

Buses and tourism


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trawscymru bus

Day-trips are important tourism opportunities and the withdrawal of services will lessen the opportunity for both us and overseas visitors to explore parts of the UK.

Hindering Welsh tourism growth


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Deidre Wells, the boss of UK Inbound, drew attention to a feature that Just about Travel moaned about nearly four years ago. She said that more should be done to improve north-south links.

Monitoring travel insurance


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A bit more clarity on behalf of travel insurers would help and reduce the number of claims being made.

Saturday snippets: 24th February 2018


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In a week that saw International Tourist Guide Day, Adrian looks at the smaller tourist and travel stories such as a new helicopter link to the Scillies, price increases ar Disney and Universal and the cancellation of a project to have a zip wire in the Lake District

Remembering traditional Inuit culture


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Fifty years ago, Inuit men, women and youth of North Baffin Island created a series of drawings about what life was like in this remote part of Canada.

Eat Leeds Restaurant Week


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This week is Eat Leeds Restaurant Week in the Yorkshire city, a reminder to people that the restaurant scene in the city is vibrant and attracts people from miles around.

Have your say about airline seating


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The Civil Aviation Authority wants to hear your views about charging for allocated airline seating. And you have until March 2nd to complete their online survey.

Changing times


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The news that the Leicester Children’s Holiday Centre in the Lincolnshire seaside resort of Mablethorpe is to close bringing an end to a link between the two counties which stretches back 120 years. Towards the end of Queen Victoria’s reign a charity was formed to
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Tenerife sets a new record


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Time for a trip to Tenerife?

It will surprise no-one when I say that Tenerife is a popular destination for European holidaymakers. Nor will it amaze people when I write that the UK accounts for over a third of all the visitors to the island.

Back to Tunisia


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Cart driver in Tunisia waving

Breakfast gossip at the Tunisian tourist board office and the embassy in London must be made up of rather happy people this morning!

Bright Brussels


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From 22 to 25 February 2018, at nightfall, the city is celebrating Bright Brussels, Festival of Lights which will light up a number of districts in the centre of Brussels.

What’s stopping you?


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You can make a million excuses for not wanting to travel on your own, and you’ll always find more – unless you make the conscious choice to confront your solo-travel fears. To give you a friendly push in the right direction, we’ve broken down some of the most common solo-travel fears, so they don’t seem so scary at all

What’s hot: February 2018


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Just About Travel tells you what’s hot – and what’s not – in the travel world, right now…

Tourism despoilation


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Yesterday at the Westminster Media Forum meeting on tourism, a different subject was raised by a Cambridge councillor, John Hipkin. It is the problem of having too many of us visiting his city.

It’s challenging


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How does the UK government arrange agreements in a little over a few months so that holiday companies and airlines can continue to sell tickets? Can one agreement be a template for all?