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World tourism witnesses 6% growth in four months
International tourist arrivals worldwide grew by six percent in January-April of 2017 compared to the figure for the same period last year, with business confidence reaching its highest levels in a decade. Sustained growth in most major destinations and a steady rebound in others drove results. Prospects for May-August 2017 remain high.
Israeli firms promote military tourism at fantasy terror camps
A growing number of Israeli firms promote the regime’s military tourism in the occupied territories by offering tourists from across the world courses that include simulated situations of killing assailants who suspiciously look like Palestinian Arabs.
Malaysia's tourism industry conference held in Iran
A conference on Malaysia's tourism opportunities was held in Tehran to provide organizations from Iran a chance to increase their knowledge about the sector's potentials in the Southeast Asian country.
Hendorabi, a new tourism destination
Cultural Heritage Desk
Safari, a new Kish tourism potential
Cultural Heritage Desk Sports, Recreational and Tourism Complex of Kish Safari has been established to develop tourism and create a fun and safe environment for all ages, especially young people and tourists to the beautiful island of Kish in the Persian Gulf. The complex is the first organizer of desert safari tours in Iran.
Biodiversity and sustainable tourism
Cultural Heritage Desk May 22 marked International Day for Biological Diversity (IBD) or World Biodiversity Day. The motto for this year was 'Biodiversity and Sustainable Tourism'.
600 tourism projects completed since 2013
$3.3m allocated for rural tourism
Cultural Heritage Desk Over 600 semi-finished tourism projects were completed nationwide since the current government took office in 2013, said deputy head of Iran Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization.
Rouhani, Jahangiri talk about plans to address terrorism, tourism
Incumbent President Hassan Rouhani and his deputy Es’haq Jahangiri, both presidential candidates, explain their future plans to deal with such issues as terrorism, tourism and economy as they defend their past performance in office.
Iran ‘next big destination’ for global tourists
Turkey trying to keep ball of tourism rolling
By Mahdokht Pazoki
South Korea tourism faces losing revenues due to strained China ties
South Korea's tourism faces losing billions of dollars of revenues due to strained relations between Seoul and Beijing over the deployment of a US missile system.
Iran's Abbasi: The Middle East's most beautiful hotel
Flick through almost any travel magazine these days and you're bound to come across an article hailing Iran as the next big destination.
Iran, Spain, Turkey to promote tourism cooperation
Iran, Spain and Turkey expressed their willingness to boost their cooperation in the tourism sector.
Whitehead: Iran tourism expo unique
South African Ambassador to Tehran William Max Whitehead said that the 10th International Tourism Exhibition in Tehran is unique in terms of the variety of tourist attractions introduced.
Tehran tourism exhibit to host 21 countries
The 10th Tehran International Tourism Exhibit will be held with the participation of 21 countries.
Rouhani: JCPOA helped boost tourism
President Hassan Rouhani on Saturday said Iran had witnessed a dramatic rise in the number of tourists visiting the country following the 2015 nuclear deal with world powers.

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