News and updates surrounding the World Sport Destination Expo 2010. With a bumper calendar of mega sporting events, the exponential growth of sport related vacations and the continued sportification of society, sports tourism is set to play a catalytic role in sparking global tourism recovery in 2010.
For about $5, tourists receive guided nighttime walks on the beach in search of turtles. There’s no guarantee you’ll see one, but it’s worth the wait if you do. The female turtle crawls from the water, digs a circular chamber, drops her eggs, disguises the location by tossing sand about and returns to the ocean.
At this time of year, Egypt's hotels and cruise ships are packed with thousands of visitors eager to see the Great Pyramids or Luxor's famed Valley of the Kings. But a quietly growing eco-tourism movement is beginning to bring smaller groups to more out-of-the-way parts of Egypt, the places package tour operators don't visit.
With Egypt's industrial-scale tourism industry eyeing the oases as t
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