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Jamaica’s Tourism Minister in talks with potential Israeli investors

Tourism Minister, Hon Edmund Bartlett says major hotel brands in Israel have expressed interest in investing in Jamaica and are expected to visit the...

Jamaica’s Tourism Minister heads to Israel and Malta for tourism forums

Jamaica's Tourism Minister, Hon. Edmund Bartlett departed the island yesterday to participate in the Annual International Mediterranean Tourism Market (IMTM 2019) in Tel-Aviv, Israel,...

Tanzania all set for Israel Tourism Exhibition

Tourism and travel trade executive from Tanzania are set to participate the International Mediterranean Travel Market (IMTM) slated in Tel Aviv, Israel, next week....

A Record £3.4 Billion in Travel Industry Deals at WTM London

WTM London 2018, the event where ideas arrive, will generate a record £3.4 billion in travel and tourism industry deals, surpassing the figure of...

Beijing International Travel Mart: Wooing big-spending Chinese tourists

Chinese travelers made 162 border crossings in 2018, an increase of 12 percent year-on-year, according to COTRI Chinese Outbound Tourism Research Institute. That alone...

King Shaka Airport in Durban witnesses double-digit growth

King Shaka International Airport (KSIA) in Durban ended 2018 on a record high by growing international passenger numbers by 13% in December. This, together...

Italian Government Tourist Board welcomes new President

The Italian Government Tourist Board - ENIT (Agenzia nazionale del turismo), has a new president, that will be in office for the next three...

Cyprus swears in its first ever Minister for Tourism

Small Mediterranean island country of Cyprus named former hotel executive Savvas Perdios its first ever Minister for Tourism on Wednesday. The creation of new...

African American travel: $63 billion opportunity

The second study in a series documenting the impact of African American travelers demonstrates their growing contribution to the United States travel and tourism...

China’s outbound tourism market surpasses predictions

Beijing has close to 1,200 outbound travel agencies and the outbound tourism market to match.

New Jamaica regulation to boost resort shopping next year

In an effort to induce more investment in shopping and get more tourism dollars from that attraction, a new regulation will be introduced by the Jamaica Ministry of Tourism next year.

It’s official – Anguilla is Beyond Extraordinary!

The Anguilla Tourist Board (ATB) launched its Beyond Extraordinary destination campaign at a festive event in New York City on Tuesday, December 11th, at...

China outbound tourism expected to exceed US$163 billion by 2024

Market growth can be attributed to factors such as increased affluence of Chinese citizens, increased air connectivity, the easing of visa restrictions around the...

China on verge of becoming New Zealand’s second-biggest tourist market

China has surged ahead of the United States and is on the verge of becoming New Zealand's second-biggest tourist market, according to the latest International Visitor Survey.

Namibia hopes to tap into Arabian tourism market

DUBAI, UAE - Namibia has entered the race to win the Middle East tourism market though it faces stiff competition from neighbouring countries within Southern Africa, which are all seeking to boost the

TAT: Thai tourism market will be dominated by Chinese

PHUKET, Thailand - China will soon become the largest source market for outbound tourists to Thailand, according to the Tourism of Authority of Thailand (TAT).

Cashing in on the luxury travel market

Despite the worldwide recession, there is one area of the tourism market that is rapidly expanding, that is the upscale or luxury market.

Seychelles looking at India as new market with huge potential

The mid-ocean islands of the Seychelles had focused its tourism marketing dollars on its primary tourist markets, mainly in Europe.

New report provides detailed analysis of New Zealand’s travel market

New Zealand, which consists of two main islands - the North and South Island - and a number of smaller islands, is known for its natural beauty, culture, rugby and ecotourism.

PolyU study finds understanding market segments key to boosting repeat visits

A better understanding of tourist market segmentation in Hong Kong is the key to boosting repeat visits according to Professor Cathy Hsu of the School of Hotel and Tourism Management of The Hong Kong
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