Costa Rica’s Turrialba Volcano Erupts, Spews Ash

According to Tico Times, following Friday’s eruption, thick columns of ash and smoke rose three kilometers high, turned the sky dull grey.

Jamaicans Encouraged to Join Farm Tourism

Farm tourism is fast developing into a lucrative travel market worldwide and one where Jamaica could easily gain a competitive advantage.

Over 80 Percent of British Tourists Use Cancun as Port of Entry to Mexico

The geographical position of the Cancun International Airport, its proximity to the East Coast of the United States, provides it an advantage in the US market.

Quito Appoints Lotus to Promote Travel to Ecuador in the UK

Travel PR and marketing agency Lotus has been appointed to promote travel to the Ecuadorian capital Quito in the United Kingdom.

AAA: Over 38 Million Americans Expected to Travel this Memorial Day Weekend

AAA projects more than 38 million Americans will travel this Memorial Day weekend. That is the second-highest Memorial Day travel volume on record and the most since 2005.

United Airlines Set to Open More Caribbean Routes

United Airlines is continuing its expansion in the Caribbean region. The carrier will be launching new flights from Houston to St Thomas beginning as early as next week.

St Vincent and the Grenadines’ New Airport Ready for Debut

St Vincent and the Grenadines could soon have its long-awaited international airport. The airport’s construction, opening and operations are “at hand".

Suriname-NYC Nonstop Flights Not Off the Grid Yet

After more than eight years, Suriname’s Johan Pengel International Airport has now been certified as a category 1 airport.

Barbados’ Waves Hotel & Spa Now Open for Bookings

Boutique hotel brand Elegant Hotels Group plc is delighted to announce it is now taking bookings for its newest property, Waves Hotel and Spa, opening in July 2016.

China to Become America’s Largest Outbound Travel Market by 2020

A recent report by Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) predicts that China will be the largest international tourism source market for the U.S. by 2020, excluding Mexico and Canada. This marks a pivotal visitor scenario shift from the one that was dominated by the UK and Japan.

The Caribbean Tourism Organisation has appointed Dominican-native Amanda Charles as sustainable tourism specialist, effective immediately. Charles will coordinate and implement the organisation’s sustainable tourism program aimed at enhancing the development, growth, quality, competitiveness and sustainability of Caribbean tourism.

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The Bermuda Tourism Authority (BTA)’s board of directors this week announced the agency will seek a new chief executive this summer by the end of the year.

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