RIO FACES VARIOUS TOURISM CHALLENGES TO OVERCOME

Theodore Slate -
Less than 60 days into the inauguration of the new presidency, Brazilian tourism received some news. The federal government of President-elect Jair Bolsonaro will probably merge the Ministry of Touris...

CUBA BUILDS 674 NEW HOTEL ROOMS IN HERITAGE CITIES

Kevin Eagan -
Cuba is boasting 674 new tourist accommodations that are currently under development and will expand the hotel availability of the island's heritage sites, as well as helping local offers in a segment...

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...

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...

URUGUAY PLANS TO DIVERSIFY ITS TOURISM SECTOR

Chris Grad -
Uruguay is investing in the diversification of the tourism sector, hoping to reach four million visitors during this year and register again 2017’s figure, explained Carlos Fagetti, director of Nation...
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