FOREIGN TOURISM IN MEXICO RISES 4.1%

Denise Chen -
In spite of violence at various destinations, foreign tourism in Mexico is growing. The number of international visitors increased by 4.1 per cent during the first two months of the year, in compariso...

HOTEL RATES TO BE HIGHER IN 2019: PRICES WILL RISE WORLDWIDE

Sara Thopson -
Besides the simple law of supply and demand, hotel rates are dependent on many factors and variables. Political stability, local regulations, or economic recovery and commercial activity will be essen...

CHINA EXPECTING A RECORD-BREAKING SPRING FESTIVAL

Nik Fes -
Chinese people are preparing for the upcoming Spring Festival or the Chinese New Year. It is expected that many will be on the move, as the current economic trend favors travelling. According to Ctrip...

TANZANIA'S TOURISM INDUSTRY HIT BY SUDDEN VAT CHARGE

Tomas Haupt -
Tanzania's tourism industry has been thrown into turmoil after the government imposed an 18% VAT tax on tourist services, which took effect almost immediately. Industry stakeholders, tour operators, b...

TOURISM IN CRIMEA LIKELY TO SLUMP

Gary Diskin -
The opening of Turkey as a destination for Russians could lead to a considerable fall in inbound tourism in Crimea by 15 to 25%, according to experts. ...
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