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Tiger Safari Park now in Siliguri Tour operators here hope the tiger safari launched at the Bengal Safari Park yesterday will make tourists halt in Siliguri for an overnight stay rather than a brief stop en route to popular destinations in the Darjeeling hills Dooars and Sikkim. Mamata Banerjee formally inaugurated the tiger safari from a meeting in Kurseong. This is the 2nd time she has inaugurated this same park. Mamata had earlier inaugurated the park in January last year and records…

President Donald Trump's sweeping ban on people seeking refuge in the United States and visitors from seven Muslim-majority countries caused confusion and panic among travelers on Saturday, with some turned back from U.S.-bound flights.

Visitors traveling to Yosemite National Park can stay at the Wawona Hotel, about 4 miles from the park's south entrance. Walk along the same trail that welcomed President Theodore Roosevelt and author John Muir in 1903.

Rossi Ralenkotter is U.S. Travel Association chairman and Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority president and CEO. - IPW 2013

Visitors react to the rotor wash of the Marine One helicopter as President Barack Obama takes off from the South Lawn of the White House in Washington as he travels to North Carolina.

The visitors' center at Mount Rushmore has exhibits on the creation of the monument as well as the presidents whose faces are immortalized in granite. (Courtesy Kelly Martin/Wikimedia Commons) From: Your Picks for 15 Places Every Kid Should See.

How To Do Spring Break Like An Adult #refinery29 Havana, Cuba While sun-and-sand vacations still aren’t strictly allowed, travel experts predict a flurry of American visitors will descend on Havana on "purposeful" excursions this year, following President Obama’s loosening of travel restrictions in January. Sure, the city has been off-limits for some time now, but the sights and sounds of Havana feel quite familiar (and not just ...

Mount Rushmore was conceived as a way to attract tourists to South Dakota. The first project proposed was a carving of a Sioux chief on a nearby granite spire, but the sculptor, Gutzon Borglum, convinced officials that presidents would draw more visitors and that Mount Rushmore was a better site. | via Travel + Leisure

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