CUBAN TOURISM SLOWLY RECOVERS BENEFITING FROM CRUISE INDUSTRY

Andrea Hausold -
With over one million Canadian tourists and more than 4 million international visitors in total, the last month of this year starts with hardships and shortcomings, a set of common struggles for the C...

MEDICAL TOURISM INDUSTRY KEEPS GROWING DESPITE LIMITATIONS

Joe McClain -
More and more people travel abroad for surgeries and other procedures. Medical tourism is growing in popularity. Barbados is well known for assisted reproduction treatments, Bangkok for sex reassignme...

E-VISA REGIME TO BOOST BRAZILIAN TOURISM REVENUE

Pat Hyland -
A new measure aimed at the visitors from USA, Canada, Australia and Japan is expected to boost Brazilian tourism substantially. Starting at the end of 2017 tourists from these four countries will face...

BALI FIGHTS DISRESPECTFUL BEHAVIOR OF TOURISTS

Nik Fes -
While tourism is the main financial mainstay of Indonesia, Bali plans to introduce restrictions to influence the behavior of tourists. Countless pictures of lightly dressed visitors have been posted o...

CRUISE TOURISM TO CUBA: A DICHOTOMY OF UPS AND DOWNS

Theodore Slate -
Cruise tourism to Cuba is at its peak: the country is committed to the benefits of the cruising industry as an integral part for tourism in order to rescue its weakened national economy. ...
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