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Jamaica Tourism Minister, Hon. Edmund Bartlett, (seen third right in the photo) officially cut the ribbon to open the newly-renovated Bijoux Kingston
Airlines for America (A4A), the industry trade organization for the leading U.S. airlines, today projected that 45.7 million passengers will travel on U.S. airlines...
The Jamaica Tourism Enhanement Fund’s Annual Christmas Treat was this year hosted at the UHWI Paediatric Wards.
During 2018, some 762 pupils and 14 teachers at Buwambo Primary School in Uganda have Corinthia Hotels to thank for clean, safe water.
Sandpiper Hospitality, one of the nation’s leading extended stay hotel management companies, today announced that it has been awarded the management contract for 14...
The Kenya Tourism Trust Fund is apparently considering the launch of a dedicated tourism bond to raise funding for their planned activities across the country as the EU-funded tourism support program
The Tourism Bureau announced earlier this week that it was planning to provide loans to struggling travel agencies that have been hit hard by the economic downturn.
The Tourism Trust Fund has given a grant of Ksh 12.6 million ($195,956.45 USD) to support the country’s ongoing efforts to mainstream tourism activities and diversify product offering on the coastal beach front. The projects funded include Mombasa Boat Owners Association product enhancement and Pedal Boat Riding Services, both at the Jomo Kenyatta Public Beach in Mombasa.
India Hospitality Corp. (IHC) today announced that Mr. Ravi Deol, a name synonymous with the successful development of organized retail in India, has joined with the company as part of a major initiative to rapidly grow its hotels and food services businesses.
Saddened by the tragedy unfolding in Myanmar due to Cyclone Nargis and the Earthquake in Sichuan, China, PATA Foundation launched the PATA Foundation Rebuilding Fund on May 15.
The Israeli Government will help fund the development of a 60-kilometre Anzac Trail to commemorate Australia's First World War veterans. The trail will enable Australian tourists to follow in the footsteps of the Anzac soldiers who fought across then-British-occupied Palestine from 1915 to 1917.