Travel &Tourism

For most cricket fans in the Middle East, Thursday, May 30, promises to be a very special occasion as the wait for Cricket World Cup 2019 will finally be over. Scheduled to be held in the United Kingdom (UK) from 30 May – 14 July, we have exactly 60 days to go for the 12th edition of the Cricket World Cup.

The Spring Break commences at the end of this week with schools in the UAE breaking for holidays. This means many families will start flying out from Thursday 28 March and over the weekend, leading to a particularly busy time at Abu Dhabi Airport.

As the theme park capital of the world, Orlando boasts hundreds of attractions and activities to multiple days of non-stop entertainment. But Orlando also provides plenty of opportunities to take time to unwind with friends and family while creating life-long memories. These ideas and insider tips can help travelers weave in calmer moments and relaxing opportunities during their visit.

Demonstrating their commitment to the Gulf region, the European national tourist boards of Germany, Switzerland, Austria and France are hosting an exclusive networking-event in Dubai in April ahead of the Middle East’s leading tourism fair Arabian Travel Market (ATM) to raise awareness ahead of the busy summer season.

Holi, the festival of colors, marks the arrival of spring in Hindu culture and has evolved into a worldwide celebration of love, friendship and youth. Festival goers celebrate by throwing handfuls of colored powder at each other and getting drenched in water, resulting in a kaleidoscope of vibrant colors. Agoda, one of the fastest growing digital travel platforms, shares destinations where you can participate in the festivities, which take place through the month of March.