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Joining the European Tour also culminated into the establishment of a local Safari Tour series, a regional professional golf tour which aims to improve the standards of professional golf in the region.
The Tour will begin accepting applications for the Mainland Chinese Q-School on December 22, at 8 a.m., Beijing time.
The UAE Tour, which is the result of a merger between the Dubai Tour and Abu Dhabi Tour, includes seven stages across all seven emirates of the UAE, covers a distance of 1,090 kilometers and an elevation gain of 4,500 meters.
The inner sources stated that senators had availed nearly 246 foreign torus during the past three years and millions of rupees spent on these tours.
Explorer Tours is a reputed travel company with a dedicated team of experienced and knowledgeable local guides.
The participants, to be led by Philippine Ambassador to the US Jose Manuel Romualdez, will visit Manila, Cebu and Bohol during the tour, which will run from July 9 to 15.
I mean, I think we might still have availability on that tour. Uh, could I get your number and call you back?" answered J.C.
However, Tourism Bureau official Liu Shih-ming said in a statement that the real reason behind the decline in package tour groups is the change in Chinese travel laws which were recently amended in 2016.
Whilst taxis and bus tours may seem like the more convenient option, a walking tour will help you see every nook and cranny Liverpool has to offer.
The acquisition marks the first strategic initiative under recently appointed Tour Partner Group CEO Paul Maine, and the group's entrance into the Nordic market.
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Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar Wednesday faced hostile crowds as he kicked off another yatra (tour) across the state to take feedbacks from the masses about the implementation of development schemes.