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Living as a digital nomad: some unexpected issues you may face

Digital nomad’s life is the one that most people want to have. It seems so easy and fun for a person to work while...

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...

Antigua and Barbuda launches new global summer campaign: #WhatCoolLooksLike

The Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Authority has unveiled its new global summer campaign, #WhatCoolLooksLike, which is expected to convey the trendiness of the destination...

Is there a right way to take a Staycation?

Can you really not go anywhere and call it a vacation? Even more importantly, can you take time off, stay at home or go...

“Seychelles Discovered Roadshow” marches north in the UK

UK-based travel agents are now better equipped to attract clients as they learn more about destination Seychelles through the Seychelles Tourism Board’s (STB) "Seychelles...

Five challenges confronting Meetings Industry in 2019

Tight meeting budgets, time pressures, organizational issues, a lack of creativity from hotels, increasingly complex and costly mandates in catering, a need for more...

Travel industry building for more sustainable future this Earth Day and...

A day to promote environmental awareness and bring attention to the protection of the planet, Earth Day is celebrated in more than 193 countries...

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...

Czech Memorial Scrolls survived the Holocaust and travel to New York...

The fact that a few of the 1,564 Czech Memorial Scrolls were all in one place at the same time, was almost a miracle....

Uganda travel and trafficking

Sub-Saharan Africa has enormous tourism potential: leopards lounging in acacia trees, elephant herds drifting across vast savannah plains, gorillas and chimps rioting in deep...

FlyersRights asking DOT to regulate airline change fees

When Congress deregulated airline prices, routes, and schedules in 1978, Congress preserved the DOT’s responsibility to ensure that international prices and fees remained “reasonable.”...

Bartlett welcomes Tourism Graduate School for 2020

Jamaica Tourism Minister, Hon Edmund Bartlett has welcomed the establishment of a Graduate School of Tourism by 2020, which will be based at the...

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...

Holland America Line explores Mexican Riviera in 2019-2020

Holland America Line guests looking to bask in the Mexican Riviera's sun-kissed climate and vibrant culture will have 20 cruises and three ships to...

Cunard cruise line uncorks line-up of speakers for 2019 Wine Voyage

Luxury cruise line Cunard has announced that three of the leading wine connoisseurs and oenologists, will join Queen Victoria’s second annual ‘Voyage Du Vin’...

Trump appoints former Delta Air Lines executive new FAA chief

Former chief of flight operations for Delta Air Lines was appointed by President Trump to run the Federal Aviation Administration, currently under scrutiny for...

Munich Airport reports 2018 net profit of 150 million euros

Munich Airport reported a successful 2018 operating year at its annual press conference in Munich today: The 3.8 percent increase in traffic to a...

Why did Qatar Airways Flight 968 drop from radar and go...

Qatar Airways flight #968 from Doha, Qatar, to Hanoi, Vietnam, declared an emergency when approaching Hanoi on today’s scheduled flight. After this, the  Boeing...

Things first-time travelers to Jordan should know

Award-winning Canadian novelist, Colin McAdam, once said, “The best advice I heard before going to Jordan was ‘don’t read anything about it’.” It is...

Sexually assaulted by hotel staff? TripAdvisor tells woman leave a review

TripAdvisor is the largest travel site in the world, with 456 million people visiting the site every month to search for accommodation and other...

Canada’s government officials announce support for victims of Ethiopian Airlines Flight...

Today, the Honorable Ralph Goodale, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness and the Honorable Chrystia Freeland, Minister of Foreign Affairs, issued the following...

Reunion Island NRL viaduct: Now that’s a road trip!

"The new NRL 974 - the Didier Robert Highway as it is referred to across the island - is a secure road far from...

Older travelers still want adventure

While much adventure travel information is aimed at young backpackers, recent research revealed travel is not just the domain of the young with middle-aged...

US$163 million Port Canaveral Cruise Terminal 3: Go for Launch!

The event theme, “Go for Launch,” was a nod to the Port’s key role with the U.S. space program and Port Canaveral’s new terminal...

IMEX Frankfurt: Education speakers include former monk, game developer and ‘tech...

What do a former monk, a game developer and a self-confessed ‘tech geek’ have in common? They’re all speakers at IMEX in Frankfurt, taking...
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