OUTBOUND TRAVEL IS CHANGING IN 2023

Daniel A. Tanner -
The year 2023 is an important milestone for the travel industry, as many travel destinations and businesses are still struggling to recover from the impact of COVID-19. While the recovery speed varies ...

THE RISKS OF THE WAR FOR TOURISM RECOVERY

Joe McClain -
A drop in consumer confidence, a rise in inflation that makes travel more expensive, loss of spending in the Russian and Ukrainian markets, impact on traditional destinations and also on emerging ones ...

TOURISM REBOUND IN ARGENTINA: FOREIGN ARRIVALS GREW BY 975%

Alec Hills -
Argentinian tourism is one of the sectors that suffered the most due to the restrictive sanitary measures applied during the pandemic, but over the last months it has recovered remarkably. ...

CHINA: DOMESTIC TRAVEL BOOSTED NOT ONLY BY CAMPING

Kevin Eagan -
In the first quarter of this year, Chinese tourists went on 1.22 billion domestic trips. To enhance the market, the tourism sector in China is working on creating new advanced technologies, travel pro ...

JAPAN’S TOURISM REPORTED 2.69 M VISITORS IN JANUARY

Alec Hills -
Japan's tourism sector has begun the new year on a positive note. In January, the country welcomed over 2 million visitors, which marked the eighth consecutive month of such numbers. ...