Long before Weezer was fantasizing about an "island in the sun" to post-punk teenagers in the early aughts, the Beach Boys were enticing yuppies with promises of a "tropical contact high" while Tom Cruise mixed drinks beachside in the cult 80s movie, Cocktail.
With over 7,000 islands in the Caribbean Sea, the choice of where to vacation during the winter months is no small task–though travelers can become unimaginative once the temperature drops below freezing.
As in previous years international tourism continues to grow in 2019, though not quite as strongly as before. During the first eight months of this year outbound trips increased worldwide by 3.9 percent, one percentage point below 2018.
Jamaica’s Minister of Tourism, Hon Edmund Bartlett has reiterated his call on tourism investors to look beyond developing hotels while batting for regional tourism investment.
The Central America Tourism Agency (CATA) went to this year’s edition of WTM London with a view to promote the many allure the entire region has to offer.
Tourism Trinidad Limited (TTL) announced on the weekend a strategic partnership with CarniCon to produce the first ever Global Carnival convention involving international festival practitioners.
It’s still legal for American citizens to travel to Cuba. Understanding just how to do so, however, has become increasingly complicated since the Trump administration began tightening restrictions on travel and trade with the country in 2017.
TUI has launched its winter 2020 program as well as over 1,000 popular hotels for the summer 2021 season.
St. Kitts and Nevis Tourism Minister Lindsay Grant announced the two-island nation has been experiencing record air arrivals in his annual Tourism Awareness Month speech delivered last week.
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