Adelaide, South Australia’s capital city, is known as the recycling capital of Australia and the city of churches. For incentive groups, however, there are two much more enticing and appetising facts – the city has the most restaurants per capita than any other city in the country and it also produces around 70% of the country’s wine. Foodie enthusiasts will be spoilt for choice with the city’s upmarket dining options and the wine experiences on offer. Ten representatives from UK agencies and myself were lucky enough to get a taste of some of these during Dreamtime 2015, Tourism Australia’s business events showcase, hosted in Adelaide from 6-9 December.
Daily Archives: Wednesday, December 9, 2015
The Dominican Republic’s first tourist was reportedly Christopher Columbus, back in 1492. An island with a rich history, it is the most visited destination in the Caribbean, according to figures reported last year from the Caribbean Tourism Organisation and in May, travel firm Expedia declared the island its leading travel destination. It’s not hard to see why – the Dominican Republic has all the essential ingredients that the word Caribbean conjures – (merengue) music, rum, lots of cigars, sandy beaches and turquoise water, as well as a sophisticated and growing hotel infrastructure.