Mexico’s federal Tourism Secretariat (Sectur) recently announced that a record number of international tourists visited Mexico in the first quarter of 2018.
In 2017, New York City welcomed 1.03 million Chinese visitors. NYC & Company, the destination marketing organization for New York City forecasts a steady growth in international tourism to 1.11 million in 2018.
As Kilauea continues its latest eruption, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park remains closed, even as the eruption becomes an opportunity for tourists to explore.
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto was on hand Monday as Palace Resorts celebrated the unveiling of Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos.
Sandals Resorts International's appointment of a former Hyatt CFO as its new chief executive in March was more than a typical changing of the guard atop a large hospitality company.
Gabriel Escarrer, chief executive of Meliá Hotels International, has announced that the company will seek to eliminate all single-use plastics in all its hotels within the year.
The cruise ship travel modality is booming in Cuban tourism today, judging by the most recent reports on the subject, and the strategy of diversifying forms of vacationing on this island.
The Big Island of Hawaii is back on the schedule at Norwegian Cruise Line.
MSC Cruises has officially taken delivery of its new flagship MSC Seaview at the Fincantieri shipyard in Monfalcone, Italy.
Air Canada’s new summer service from Montreal to Lisbon is now underway, part of the carrier’s strategy to grow Montreal as a key hub in its expanding global network.
On the heels of the launch of new service between Fort Lauderdale and St. Croix, Spirit Airlines has announced even more flights to the U.S. Virgin Islands from the Sunshine State.
Service from Fort Lauderdale to Madrid-Barajas Airport will launch on October 30, 2018, and operate twice per week.
Hurricane Bud weakened to a tropical storm off Mexico’s Pacific coast on Wednesday, the U.S National Hurricane Center said, adding that it should diminish further before hitting the Baja California peninsula late the next day.
Hurricane Bud continued to build strength Sunday west of Mexico in the Pacific Ocean as it threatened to potentially make landfall near the Los Cabos resort region by late week.
The destination says it wants to put travelers’ minds at ease and let them know they can book a getaway to the Cayman Islands and receive cancellation coverage in the event of a storm.
The closing will be in the “Benny More” Salón Rosado de La Tropical, a cultural center also run by Artex in Havana. Alexander Abreu & Havana D'Primera and Leoni Torres and his band will be the stars of the show.
The State of Quintana Roo, which comprises 11 of Mexico’s top destinations including Cancun, Riviera Maya, Playa del Carmen and Cozumel, has launched a brand new tourism board.
On the heels of the Fuego volcano eruption earlier this week, officials in Guatemala are working to spread the word that the country is still safe for visitors and tourism zones remain open for business.
The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau has unveiled the evolution of its Found in Miami global marketing campaign to tourism partners.
Minor International has reached an agreement with HNA Group to purchase an equity stake of 25.2 percent (on a fully-diluted basis) in NH Hotel Group in a two-tranche transaction valued at €619 million.
The government’s economic sub-committee, chaired by prime minister Theresa May, backed the plans which were then approved by her full cabinet.
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