General Travel News

Cargo and passenger traffic recovers at Red Sea ports

Maj. Gen. Abdul Qader Mohammed Gaballah, head of the Red Sea Ports recovery movement announced the arrival of passengers for travel and tourism between the Ports Authority, Saudi ports, Jordan and the Persian Gulf in March.

It was temporarily shut down during the Jan 25. Egyptian revolution.

More General Travel News
Dinner with a view at At.mosphere, Burj Khalifa
Six year old invited to try Etihad flight simulator
Turkish Kebab Festival in Riyadh
Latest Travel News
Emirates launches US$15 million campaign...
Six year old invited to try Etihad fligh...
Turkish Kebab Festival in Riyadh...
Featured Sights To See
Parque Zoológico de Caricuao

Parque Zoológico de Caricuao

Caracas, Venezuela

Address: located further along the southwest highway, onwards from El Pinar Zoo The main zoo of Caracas currently covers 88 acres of land, more than ten times that of El Pinar, reclaimed from a very large sprawling estate, a 1550 acre coffee plantation. Further expansion of the zoo is under way. The zoo contains a much richer biodiversity on display than El Pinar. Hundreds of species of ani...

Scuba diving

Scuba diving

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Interestingly, the locals have no interest in scuba diving but the expats and tourist are drawn towards the diving range which are around 1 hour out to sea by a speedboat. Since the Red sea’s temperature drops to 22°C, it is advisable to wear a 5mm wetsuit with a hood to proctect oneself fro the chilly winters. Desert Sea Drivers Phone: 966-2- 6561807 Price: SR150 Service: Gear rental...

The Bourg-de-Four

The Bourg-de-Four

Geneva, Switzerland

The Bourg-de-Four, an ancient Roman market, is one of the oldest public squares in the city, and still is a central attraction in the area. It is surrounded by cafes, bars, coffee shops, and other such outlets....

Jüdisches museum (The Jewish Museum)

Jüdisches museum (The Jewish Museum)

Berlin, Germany

This eye-opening collection of artefacts are a must-see for visitors who want to know the real past of Jews in Germany. Items from over 2000 years ago are displayed. Although the holocaust is only a small section of the museum, its presence pervades the entire place. Website: www.jmberlin.de Lindenstrasse 9-14, Telephone: 25993300.  ...