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Eco Tourism Active Holidays

Cradle Mountain.

Kindness of strangers

Daniella Miletic discovers there is room for wine and massage on a walk in Tasmania's north-west wilderness.

Nepal

Long march to prosperity

Unspoilt ... Ghandruk village and its stunning surrounds.

Trekking in the Himalayas has taken a new community-centred turn, writes Louise Southerden.

USA

All revere Boston

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Historical tourism is competing with the city's Ivy League attractions, writes Lia Timson.

Mexico

New Age capital of calm

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Jeremy Schwartz follows stressed-out locals to the tranquil town of Tepoztlan.

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No nudes is bad news for Germany's nudists

Germans will still happily get naked while holidaying in France and Spain, but nudist clubs in their home country are in decline.

5:45pm | Germans still love to bask naked on holidays, but at home the nudist scene is facing a decline.

Australia's greatest ever meal? Top chefs face tourism challenge

CRAIG PLATT 3:09pm | It might be the greatest meal in Australian history, but the general public won't be getting a taste.

Move over Amsterdam: Barcelona becoming Europe's new cannabis capital

10:40am | The opening of hundreds of cannabis clubs have seen Barcelona emerge as a rival to Amsterdam for marijuana users.

Chinese tourism company sues over Transformers: Age of Extinction

9:43am | A Chinese tourism company is suing Paramount Pictures and a producer of the movie Transformers: Age of Extinction saying they had failed to show the company's logo in the movie.

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