Sega is Mauritius' dance which tails itself 500 years ago by African slaves. Escapees took relief to dancing and music to express much of their sadness or joy.
Scientists have created a device to record a person's emotional response in each experience so that future travelers can tailor their travel plans according to their emotions.
The Sazan "Military" Island has been in use during the early 1900s to stave military invasions. The Defense Department has signed an agreement to let operators conduct tours in May to October.
"Charging Bull" creator Arturo Di Modica said that the "Fearless Girl" has violated his intellectual property rights by changing the message of his artwork.
Some celebrate Easter way harder than others, and that's why WalletHub have compared 100 cities where locals and travelers would like to chime in and celebrate the occasion in these places.
The Evolved Traveler in partnership with Carbonfund.org launches an ecotourism sweepstake for two people to experience and know what carbon footprint offset.
Airplanes usually have its cold, gray steel exteriors for people to gaze on. But not these five airlines that have Tintin, Elsa, or Where's Waldo on their livery!
Rat lungworm diseases have become more frequent in the state of Hawaii. Officials were alarmed at the growing number of cases of these brain-infecting worms.
When they open their new home and play their first game, the Atlanta Braves will be offering the SunTrust Park’s Chopsecutioner beer, brewed from baseball bats.
David Dao was bloodied and unconscious when dragged by United Airlines crews on Sunday's flight. United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz though sorry, defends the actions of the crew.
Disney plans to create a robot with soft body parts so in order to safely interact with humans especially the children.
Tourists visiting the U.S. might be searched for their phones and passwords upon entering the country. Those who wouldn't comply with the policy will be declined entry to the U.S.
Johnnie Walker has been toppled down by a Chinese drink, named Kweichow Moutai, as the world's most-valuable liquor maker.
Being gay in the country proved to be a crime in the eyes of official leaders. Anyone who does sexual intercourse with a person of the same gender will be imprisoned for life.
We use the bathroom for dumping, but they are now becoming quite a tourist attraction themselves.
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