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Tourism helps the environment

The Grupo Ecologico Sierra Gorda, Mexico, helps organisations and residents move towards an economic development which respects the needs of the environment. Tourism is a significant lever for this development

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Hospitality, a step towards peace

Hospitality.
From the Latin hospes, ‘host’, ‘guest’ or ‘stranger’.
The subtle art of making a guest feel welcome.

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Working on sustainable tourism in the Dominican Republic

Tourism is very important in the Dominican Republic. But for the moment there is still a vicious circle in the country that makes the rich only richer and that doesn’t help the poor communities to develop themselves. Turissol, the agency for sustainable tourism wants to change this.

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Four tiny grains of sand

This is the story of four girls on an unplanned trip to Morocco.

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Amini from Fiji

Wendy will never forget how unselfish the local people of Yanuya are, they want to help you without wanting something in return. They want to spend their time with you and learn you all kinds of things. That is something she had never experienced before in all her time of traveling.

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The wild adventures of Stephan & Ruut

The wild adventures of Stephan & Ruut

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Why 'Connect Your Story' is so important

Taleb Rifai, godfather of Connect Your Story tells us why this project is so important.

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Tourism Transforms

In April 2017 Peter De Wilde, choreographer/director of Visit Flanders (Toerisme Vlaandern) , opened the door to a new path towards the future for his organisation and the sector. He initiated the 'Tourism Transforms' process.

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Returning home with an enriched mother tongue

Since 2016, Chené Swart, from South Africa, regularly travels to Flanders and stays with a family in Limburg. Chené returns back home with a deeper connection to her mother tongue and a lot of gratitude for the diversity of South Africa.

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Amazed to be amazed

Els is recalling the tandem cycling trip she went on in Brighton last year in May. This typical South-Eastern English town was both the starting and arrival point of a 600-km cycling track.

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