Downtown Miami
A recently completed five-year study from the Miami Downtown Development Authority found that more than six million people visit downtown annually.
AAA: Nearly 100 Million Americans Plan Family Trips in 2019
AAA projects that nearly 100 million Americans will take a family vacation at some point in 2019.
Bahamas Tourism Posts Record Highs
The Bahamas has achieved its highest number of international arrivals ever, thanks in part to a boost in lift from source markets including Canada. The strong numbers have resulted in record hotel occupancy levels.
Canadian passport
Starting June 17 Brazil will allow visa-free entry to the country for citizens of Canada, the U.S., Australia and Japan. The Brazilian government made the announcement yesterday.
Manuel Marrero and Jose Carlos de Santiago
Q & A with Cuban Tourism Minister Manuel Marrero Cruz
Barbados beach
Tourist arrivaks from the U.S. to Barbados saw another record-breaking year in 2018 following the success of 2017’s record number of arrivals.
Chinese tourist in Havana
Drawing a greater number of Chinese visitors to Cuba is currently one of the priorities of the country's tourism industry in its efforts to increase revenues and expand services.
Mexican coastal resort
Mexico is emerging as leisure tourism destination which is shown in 2019 Mexico Hotel & Tourism Investment Conference.
24, Mar, 19

For decades, countless travelers have been flocking to Miami each year to explore its legendary see-and-be-seen beaches.

In recent years, however, the city’s downtown core has been steadily developing its own momentum, growing into a stand-alone destination in its own right.

24, Mar, 19

AAA projects that nearly 100 million Americans will take a family vacation at some point in 2019.

24, Mar, 19

The Bahamas has achieved its highest number of international arrivals ever, thanks in part to a boost in lift from source markets including Canada. The strong numbers have resulted in record hotel occupancy levels.

21, Mar, 19

Starting June 17 Brazil will allow visa-free entry to the country for citizens of Canada, the U.S., Australia and Japan. The Brazilian government made the announcement yesterday.

21, Mar, 19

Q & A with Cuban Tourism Minister Manuel Marrero Cruz

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