Last updated: 01:39 PM ET, Fri February 05 2016

Destination Pulse: News and Notes for Feb. 5, 2016

Destination & Tourism | Janeen Christoff | February 05, 2016

Destination Pulse: News and Notes for Feb. 5, 2016

PHOTO: Sri Lanka. (Photo courtesy of Greg Rodgers)

These Natural Wonders Were Destroyed by Climate Change
Travel insurance firm Staysure found nine locations affected by climate change, tourism or a combination of the two in its Disappearing World series.

2016 Dubbed the Year of China-U.S. Tourism
More Chinese tourists are expected to visit the U.S. this year than in previous years, making the average Chinese tourist one of the hottest commodities in 2016

Why Every Traveler Should Go Solo
Solo travel has become a new-age mantra to face your fears, explore the unknown and meet people who will change your life

2015 Is a Record Year for Sri Lanka Tourism
The country had a large increase in tourism numbers but the country is preparing for the challenges ahead in 2016


Would you sleep in a nuclear bunker? Unrestricted views of Armageddon can be yours in this cold-war era nuclear bunker in Northern Ireland.

Tasmania has transformed from a destination known for golf and wilderness to one with a hip arts scene and burgeoning foodie culture.

Is travel the cure for the hopeless romantic? In an era where many think romance is dead, maybe travel is the key to finding love. 

Families share what it’s like to give up everything and travel the world for a month, a year or even for a lifetime. 


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