Tourism > Weekends

Military history, scenic state parks and tasty shelfish make for a rich weekend escape on Whidbey lsland, Wash

2 monthes ago   |   By

As my 14-year-old son, Anders, scampered up a metal ladder to the gun emplacements at Ft. Casey Historical State Park on Whidbey Island in Washington last summer, I resisted the impulse to shout “be careful.” He's as agile as a monkey, so I let him scramble about the bunkers housing the massive...
Read more ...

 


Search by Tags

   Weekends      Park      History      Washington  


Nau Mai Tours showing nooks and crannies of Taranaki region

Nau Mai Tours showing nooks and crannies of Taranaki region

It's been almost two years since Lonely Planet named Taranaki the second best region in the world. Since then, tourism is booming in the region. New figures from the Ministry... Read more ...

Arab Media and Sustainable Tourism Conference held in Salalah

Arab Media and Sustainable Tourism Conference held in Salalah

On Sunday, the Arab Media and Sustainable Tourism Conference was held in Salalah under the patronage of H E Mohammed bin Salim bin Said al Toobi, Minister of Environment and... Read more ...

Cruise tourism - one of the fastest growing segments of Dubai tourism

Cruise tourism - one of the fastest growing segments of Dubai tourism

Cruise tourism is one of the fastest-growing segments of Dubai's tourism industry. The city is among the world's leading winter cruise destinations. In Dubai, the cruise season... Read more ...

Dr. Ngwira appointed as new ATB board member

Dr. Ngwira appointed as new ATB board member

In the newly founded African Tourism Board, Dr. Ngwira Mabvuto Percy is now a board member. Dr. Percy is an experienced public servant, diplomat, and a highly-qualified and... Read more ...

Official says that Ethiopia is keen to boost up its tourism

Official says that Ethiopia is keen to boost up its tourism

Ethiopia is all set to enhance the capacity of its hospitality industry and welcome more international tourists, said an official with the tourism ministry. While speaking to... Read more ...