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New US Cuban sanctions target tourism, remittances and banking

The US is targeting Cuba with additional sanctions, including restricting travel to the island nation, limiting remittances, and sanctioning additional entities, White House national...

The place to visit today is Thailand: Happy Songkran 2019

If there was a better time to explore the uniqueness of Amazing Thailand, the Thai New Year, known as the Songkran Festival from April...

UK Foreign Office urged to update UAE travel warnings

British legal group Detained in Dubai has urged the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) to update its UAE travel warnings to UK tourists...

Gleam of hope for tourism

On March 27, all roads led to Mombasa, Kenya, for a joint business meeting organized by Uganda and Kenya and the two Presidents of...

UNWTO Convenes Cities in Lisbon to Cooperate on a Sustainable and...

The first UNWTO Mayors Forum for Sustainable Urban Tourism, co-organized by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), the Ministry of Economy of Portugal and the...

Hotel History: Asian American Hotel Owners Association 

The Asian American Hotel Owners Association (AAHOA) is a trade association that represents hotel owners. As of 2018, AAHOA has approximately 18,000 members who...

FAA: New video on the growing field of commercial space travel

More and more U.S. citizens and companies want to know about the exciting and growing field of commercial space transportation. The Federal Aviation Administration...

U.S. State Department tells tourists Brunei is safe, except for death...

The U.S. State Department is telling American travelers, Brunei is one of the safest countries in the world to visit. Brunei safer than the...

New LCC airline set to launch

“With Board approval for this exciting new airline granted just six months ago, seats going on sale so swiftly is a remarkable achievement,” said...

Ghana Tourism over Mining? Should Atewa Forest Reserve be a National...

In Ghana, a Rocha Ghana and Concerned Citizens of Atewa Landscape (CCLA), both non-governmental organizations (NGOs), have urged the government to designate the Atewa...

Brunei Travel: Ready to be stoned to death? How will WTTC...

Brunei is becoming a deadly place to visit starting April 3, specially if you are member of the LGBT Community. Next week the World Travel...

UNESCO, African Union and Ethiopia Role Model on World Press Freedom?

Ethiopian Airlines, has been chosen as the Official Carrier for the 2019 World Press Freedom Day Global Conference to be held in Addis Ababa...

U.S. Travel applauds introduction to rename Visa Waiver Program

U.S. Travel Association Executive Vice President of Public Affairs and Policy Tori Barnes issued the following statement on the introduction of a bill to...

 Iranians open homes to travelers stranded by floods

As dramatic videos of deadly floods leaving behind destroyed vehicles and other damage circulate on Iranian social media networks, ordinary Iranians are doing what...

Gambling is big business in tourism

The gambling industry, which happens to be a really big one worldwide, is one of the most popular in terms of tourism. That’s why...

Aloha is not “Aloooooha”: Stop visitors from offending Hawaiians

Do not say ALOHA or better ALOOOOOHA when visiting Hawaii. "Those of you particularly in the tourist industry and in entertainment, stop saying "ALOOOOOOOHA".  There...

Viking Sky cruise ship safely towed to Norwegian port, 643 passengers...

A luxury Viking Sun cruise ship that was left floating due to engine failure and nearly crashed into the rocks in rough waters has...

US Advisory for Democratic Republic of Congo: Reconsider travel

The US Department of State has issued a travel advisory for the Democratic Republic of Congo advising that travel be reconsidered due to crime and...

Reimagining tourism for the future

In the last decade or so, tourism has positioned itself as a critical variable in the development planning space and the development discourse globally....

Marriott Hotels brings TED Fellows Salon to Cape Town

Marriott Hotels in partnership with TED, hosted its first TED Fellows Salon in Cape Town, South Africa, sparking conversations around Africa’s beauty, rich heritage...

Tunisia reaches out to UNWTO to get travel advisories removed

The U.S. State Department putting Tunisia  as a category 2 risk for U.S. citizens to travel to. This is on the same level as...

Brazil announces visa-free entry for US, Canadian, Australian, and Japanese citizens

Brazil is open for you! The Brazilian Government announced that Brazil would allow visa-free entry for citizens of The United States, Canada, Australia, and...

Turkish suspect in Utrecht terrorist attack arrested

Utrecht's police chief has confirmed that the 37-year-old Turkish suspect in the deadly shooting on a tram in the Netherlands has been arrested. Gökmen...

Three killed in Utrecht terrorist attack, Turkish suspect on the run

The mayor of Utrecht has confirmed that three people have been killed in the shooting. Dutch police have identified a 37-year-old Turkish man as...

How to read so much positive news on Egypt Tourism by...

The WTTC Annual Summit is only weeks away and the World Travel and Tourism Council is working hard pumping out positive reports on participating...
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