MAURITIUS TOURISM: FIGURES OF DISCORD

Samuel Dorsi -
Tourists did not rush to the gate when the Mauritius borders were partially reopened on July 15. With approximately 1,500 reservations until the end of September in the 14 hotels that were opened in M ...

LATIN AMERICA BENEFITS GREATLY FROM DIGITAL NOMADS

Justin N. Froyd -
Niels Olsen, Minister of Tourism of Ecuador, explained on social media the benefits of attracting digital nomads, following the announcement that the Guillermo Lasso administration is preparing to int ...

DIGITAL NOMADS INCREASED BY ALMOST 50% IN THE U.S.

Joe McClain -
With the advent of the pandemic, the travelers’ habits and priorities changed in every way. Much has been said about the impact the health crisis has had on tourism and how flexibility has become a pr ...

SPANISH TOURISM – VACCINATION IS NOT EVERYTHING FOR GERMAN AND UK MARKETS Video

Nils Kraus -
The Spanish tourism industry has invested 60 billion euros in vaccination campaigns and views 2021 as a year of transition towards the long-awaited recovery of the sector. However, much depends on the ...

TOURIST SERVICES IN PERU: A SECTOR IN CRITICAL CONDITION

Theodore Slate -
The plane crash in Nasca that caused the death of seven people, five of them foreign tourists (three Dutch and two Chileans) after taking off from the Maria Reiche aerodrome, the disappearance of a Be ...