Wellness Tourism

Across the Western Slope, COVID pandemic attitudes and responses varied from county to county

Most people can remember how their lives changed when the COVID-19 pandemic reached their corner of the world. “I still have a sticky note on my computer,” Gunnison County Public Health director Joni Reynolds said. “It just simply has the date and positive test. It was March 9, the first positive test we had in …

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Red Sea Development appoints Think Strawberry as GCC representative

As part of its strategic expansion plan to build destination awareness, The Red Sea Development Company (TRSDC) has appointed Think Strawberries – a tourism representation company – as its partner across the GCC to develop the region’s outbound ultra-luxury travel market. Pioneering an ambitious path to lead the way in regenerative tourism, TRSDC was established …

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Sibenik Landmarks and History More Interesting to Tourists Than Sea and Sun

September the 26th, 2022 – The many Sibenik landmarks, cultural sites, fortresses and events are of more interest to visiting foreigners than the basic sunshine and sea lure is. As Morski writes, Sibenik is also now becoming more and more of a desirable tourist destination during the post-season. As one of the very few cities …

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USDA invests more than $37 million to improve recreational sites and cabins on national forests and grasslands

The US Department of Agriculture’s Forest Service announced more than $37 million in investments to improve vital recreation infrastructure located on national forests and grasslands. These investments are made possible by President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, which devotes unprecedented resources to rural infrastructure improvements, including repairs on national forest lands. The funding, which includes $19 …

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We Traveled To Bhutan Before Its Reopening — Here’s What To Know

Our plane descended between the 18,000-foot peaks of the Himalayas into the narrow, temple-dotted valley of Paro, Bhutan. It’s a very technical airport landing, in a country with extremely tight tourism policies, but no one said it was easy to reach Shangri-La. This tiny Buddhist kingdom, landlocked between India and China, only got roads to …

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Japan to Drop COVID Restrictions, Ease Entry for Tourists | Health and Wellness

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Healthcare market in India to cross US$ 372 billion by year-end, expert says

Visakhapatnam Driven by rising income, better health awareness, lifestyle diseases and increasing access to insurance, the healthcare market in India is expected to reach US$372 billion by 2022-end, said Dr. V. Murali Krishna, Convenor, Healthcare, Wellness & Tourism Panel, CII Andhra Pradesh & Managing Director, Mahatma Gandhi Cancer Hospital & Research Center on Saturday. He …

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