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TORONTO - Higher gas prices aren't expected to keep travelers off the roads this summer, but rather than find last minute deals, travelers should book early and expect airlines, hotels and car rental
(eTN) - Free entry will shortly come to an end for Canadian visitors to Rwanda, according to a source in Kigali.
"There's no place like home" appears to be an overriding sentiment these days, one that is influencing Canada's tourism sector.
In the midst of frigid temperatures and a sub-zero economic climate, seven in 10 (69 percent) Canadians say they’re still planning to take a vacation within the next year.
Despite a stronger currency in both markets, more Canadians are flocking to Hawaii while Japanese arrivals continue to fallVisitors from Canada and Japan have benefited from a 16 percent improvement in their consumer buying power due to the strengthening of their currencies against the dollar.However, the similarities end there.