More than one million cruise passengers visited Honduras in 2016, a 14.7% rise from 2015, according to new statistics from the Honduran Institute of Tourism and the port authority.
The prestigious layout, the only one on the island situated next to the sea, has long been a favorite golfing destination, and its continued tie-up with Zafiro maintains its reputation as Mallorca’s premier course.
Chinese tour operators are eyeing Panama as a tourist hotspot, as an aftermath of the two countries making diplomatic ties.
Airbnb is planning to launch a new premium service that could potentially position it to better compete with the hotel industry.
The day President Trump announced he was canceling Obama’s “deal” to open travel to Cuba, Tom Popper, president of insightCuba and one of the leading tour operators for Cuba, was happy.
There's a new eco-friendly way to see more of Bermuda in less time. The Hamilton Princess & Beach Club recently became the first property on the island to make Renault Twizy vehicles available to guests.
Avianca Brazil, one of Brazil’s largest and fastest-growing airlines, announces the debut of daily nonstop passenger flights between Sao Paulo (GRU) and Miami (MIA), starting Friday, June 23, 2017.
The conference aims to promote the development of an effective national, city and metro-area focused policy; strengthen federal city relationships; and to ensure that federal policy meets urban needs.
The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) regrets the recent U.S. reversal of its travel policies on Cuba and the likely effects on the socio-economic development of Cuba and the wider Caribbean region.
“Gaudi hates you” is one of the comical graffiti that one can witness in Barcelona of late. It points out the fact that the residents of Barcelona aren’t quite happy these days about living in one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations.