Aug 19, 2014

U.S. national parks ban drones to protect wildlife

Drones are now off limits in two national parks in Utah. Officials in the Arches and Canyonlands national parks say the unmanned aircrafts disrupt wildlife and are an intrusion on visitors looking for tranquility. The National Park Service’s office in Moab, Utah, announced the ...

Aug 15, 2014

Don Quijote to boost duty-free sales with dedicated paperwork counters

Major discount chain Don Quijote Holdings Co. plans to boost duty-free sales for foreign tourists in October, when consumable goods will be added to tax-free items, company officials said. The company will create dedicated counters where visitors from other countries can complete the procedures ...

Aug 13, 2014

Taste for things Japanese attracting more U.S. tourists

For the first time in nine years, Japan will see a record number of American visitors, thanks to the yen’s depreciation and a growing interest in things Japanese, such as sake and anime. According to the Japan National Tourism Organization, 87,900 visitors from the ...

Aug 4, 2014

Spain throws cold water on sex and booze resorts

Wearing only underwear and angel wings, three young women wiggle their hips to entice customers to enter one of the many nightclubs in Magaluf, a Spanish beach resort notorious for its sex and booze excess. “We came to get drunk, basically. Everyone knows Magaluf ...