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It is important to critically evaluate all information found on the Web. The following sites represent a small selection of the potentially relevant Australian links and may act as a starting point.
It is important to critically evaluate all information found on the Web. The following sites represent a small selection of the potentially relevant international web links and may act as a starting point.
Internet Guide to Hostelling
The Internet Guide to Hostelling is a worldwide hostel database. This link also leads you to information about climate, visa information, embassy locations as well as books and maps, by selecting the country of your choice.
Lonely Planet gives tourism information from all around the world. Test Express is the fastest way to get around this site. Select from an alphabetical index the region, country or city of your choice.
Pacific Asia Tourism Association
Founded in 1951, the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) is a not-for profit association that is internationally acclaimed for acting as a catalyst for the responsible development of travel and tourism to, from and within the Asia Pacific region.
TIES: The International Ecotourism Society
TIES is a non-profit association committed to promoting responsible tourism practices that benefit conservation and communities.
World Tourism Organization
The World Tourism Organization is the leading international organization in the field of Travel and Tourism. It serves as a global forum for tourism policy issues and a practical source of tourism know-how.
World Travel and Tourism Council
The World Travel and Tourism Council is the Global Business Leaders' Forum for Travel and Tourism. It's members are Chief Executives from all sectors of the Travel and Tourism industry, including accommodation, catering, cruises, entertainment, recreation, transportation and travel-related services. Its central goal is to work with governments to realise the full economic impact of the world's largest generator of wealth and jobs - Travel and Tourism.
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