TIBET SEEKS BALANCE BETWEEN NATURE AND TOURISM

Nik Fes -
The Chinese Tibet Autonomous Region wants to put environmental protection measures before the development of tourism. Nature and tourism need to coexist in balance....

CARIBBEAN TOURISM SECTOR TESTING NEW PAYMENT SOLUTIONS

Andrew J. Wein -
The Caribbean Tourism Development Agency (ADTC) has entered into a partnership with the local company Bitt Inc, specializing in the development of payment solutions based on the Bitcoin Cash Blockchai...

VIETNAM CONTINUES WITH E-VISA POLICY IN VIEW OF TOURISM GROWTH

Vanderlei J. Pollack -
In January 2017, Vietnam launched a pilot e-visa policy. Based on this, citizens from 40 countries were enabled to apply for e-visas. The list of eligible countries included USA, China, Japan, the UK ...

COLOMBIA TO PROMOTE THEIR GASTRO TOURISM

Justin N. Froyd -
Colombian authorities came up with a new way of attracting more visitors – by promoting their rich cuisine and typical dishes. The emphasis on gastro tourism is the new marketing strategy announced b...

CRUISE TOURISM SEASON BEGINS IN RUSSIA’S FAR EAST

Nik Fes -
At the beginning of May, the first ocean cruise liner with foreign tourists arrived in Vladivostok. Thus, the season of international cruise tourism at the ports of the Far East has officially begun. ...
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