Coming soon : surfing in Snowdonia

The go ahead has been given for the UK’s first inland surf centre, it will be built on a lake in Snowdonia! What is planned? How will it work? Will it increase participation levels in surfing. Find out more by clicking on link : For a more detail look at what is planned click on this link :


Travel problems in Kenya

British tourists leaving Moi airport

After receiving warnings from the FCO, hundreds of holidaymakers are being evacuated from parts of the Kenyan coast. This is a very up to date and current example of how unforeseen events can have an impact on the tourism industry. Find out why the evacuation is occurring, what is happening to the tourists by clicking on the link : Click on this link to see how the travel firm Kuoni have responded :

Inbound tourists have a big impact on the south west

With a coastline like this it is easy to understand the appeal of the south west of England for inbound visitors as well as the domestic visitor. The latest figures released some that an extra 264,000 inbound visitors visited the south west in 2013 compared with 2012. What was the economic impact of this significant increase in visitor numbers? Find out how the economies of Cornwall, Devon and Somerset have benefitted by clicking on the link :