EDUCATION TOURISM: U.S. LOSING FOREIGN STUDENTS

Kevin Eagan -
Bad news for the future of inter-American relations and educational tourism: the influx of Latin American students to US colleges is diminishing. It is going down at a faster rate than that of foreign...

TOURISM IN MEXICO WORKING ON FURTHER IMPROVEMENTS

Anna Luebke -
In 2017, Mexico received 39 million foreign tourists. This year the authorities expect the number to exceed 42 million. Thanks to the increased numbers of tourism in Mexico, the country reached the se...

CORONAVIRUS – TOURISM AND LUXURY ARE THE MOST AFFECTED

Nik Fes -
The outbreak of the new respiratory virus that has spread through China – and that might have reached the U.S., where a traveler has already been diagnosed in Seattle – has also infected the stock mar...

ARGENTINIAN CRISIS AFFECTS TOURISM IN NEIGHBORING COUNTRIES

Cecilia Garland -
Argentina’s economic situation, with its currency among the most devaluated ones of the year, has been a cause for concern for authorities responsible for tourism in neighboring countries. Chile as we...

HOTEL PRICES IN CANCUN DROPPED BY 15%

Laura Loss -
The Hotel Association of Cancun and Puerto Morelos (AHCyPM, in Spanish) confirmed that hotel prices continue to decrease in Cancun, reaching a 15% drop in some cases, which means a decline never seen ...