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Shakthi Eurasia Exchange becomes a member of WYSE Travel Confederation

Shakthi Eurasia Exchange was established in 2013 in a small coastal town called Ambalangoda in Sri Lanka. The organisation is mainly engaging in international students based travel programs while acting as a leading force in community development and wild life supported conservation projects. They also provide the services of home stay, yoga and meditation Read more…

Shakthi Eurasia Exchange was established in 2013 in a small coastal town called Ambalangoda in Sri Lanka. The organisation is mainly engaging in international students based travel programs while acting as a leading Read More..

23 February 2017

Schulz Hotels joins WYSE Travel Confederation

WYSE Travel Confederation is excited to welcome it’s newest member Schulz Hotels. The smashing new hotel brand places its first hotel at the rising area of Berlin Ostbahnhof at the East-Side-Gallery (Waterside). Schulz Read More..

WYSE Travel Confederation is excited to welcome it’s newest member Schulz Hotels. The smashing new hotel brand places its first hotel at the rising area of Berlin Ostbahnhof at the East-Side-Gallery (Waterside). Schulz Read More..

17 February 2017

Welcome to our newest member – GEO International from Italy

GEO International – Global Education Opportunities – is a company that is based on 30 years of experience in the field of its owner Stefania Bresquar. Their aim is to provide Italian students with Read More..

GEO International – Global Education Opportunities – is a company that is based on 30 years of experience in the field of its owner Stefania Bresquar. Their aim is to provide Italian students with Read More..

10 February 2017
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BETA’s Reaction to Proposed Bed Tax

Tourists visiting London face a hefty tourism tax under proposals from London mayor Sadiq Khan. The plans, endorsed by Khan at a cross-party event inside London’s City Hall on Friday morning, would see visitors paying up to Read More..

31 January 2017