TOURISM IN COSTA RICA TO SUPPORT LGBTI TRAVELERS

Pat Hyland -
The National Chamber of Tourism (CANATUR) in Costa Rica emphasized the importance that the country respects the rights of LGBTI population (lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgender and intersex). Accord...

CUBAN TOURISM BENEFITS THE MOST FROM CANADIAN VISITORS

Nils Kraus -
Cuba has welcomed more than 2 530 000 international visitors so far, which is a good sign that this year's expected goal of 4 200 000 vacationers will be met, ensured José Daniel Alonso, the Ministry ...

TOURISM SHOULDN’T DEAL WITH AVERAGE TRAVELERS

Bill Alen -
We often like to generalize, and yet we remain unaware of how difficult this habit makes it for us when it comes to reaching our consumers. This trend is not unique to the tourism sector; nevertheless...

HOTEL REVIEWS – ARE THEY STILL USEFUL?

Pat Hyland -
From “top location” over “breakfast buffet could have been more luxurious” to “absolute service disaster”. When booking their holidays, many people trust the hotel reviews found on various social netw...

TECHNOLOGIES SHAPING THE FUTURE OF TRAVEL

Andrea Hausold -
More and more tourism industry professionals realize that the travel business is actually a technological business. Even the simplest trip generates large amounts of data. Gathering, indexing and unde...
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