BRAZIL: THE CARNIVAL HOLIDAY WAS THE TURNING POINT OF THE PANDEMIC

Gary Diskin -
A study by the administrator of the Hospital Brsurgery, Roberto Carvalho Dias, concluded that COVID-19 spread in Brazil during the carnival holiday. The investigation was based on information that the...

VISA WAIVER BOOSTED BRAZILIAN TOURIST NUMBERS BY STUNNING 16%

Nils Kraus -
The visa waiver launched in Brazil in June 2019 for tourists from the United States, Canada, Australia and Japan, has yielded the first results for the tourism sector. The latest data from the Federal...

ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS MAY SERIOUSLY COMPROMISE BRAZIL’S TOURISM

Pat Hyland -
Rich in biodiversity and natural landscape, Brazil is the number one country in natural attractions in Latin America and the second in the world, according to the Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Re...

CHILEAN TOURISM HURDLES: ENTRY REQUIREMENTS DISCOURAGE VISITORS TO COME

Alec Hills -
A survey conducted by the Chilean Federation of Tourism Companies (Fedetur) among more than one hundred global tourism operators, showed that 57% of those consulted believe that the approval of vaccin...

TOURISM RESTART IN LATIN AMERICA – COUNTRIES GETTING READY FOR VISITORS

Richard Moor -
Latin America is preparing to finally heal its injured economy through tourism restart, but the competition looks fierce, and it will take place amid a rough battle against the coronavirus throughout ...
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