U.S. TOURISM IN CUBA CONTINUES TO GROW DESPITE SANCTIONS

Joe McClain -
Cuban media have published new data on the inflow of American tourists to the island. According to the statistics, about 620 thousand Americans visited Cuba, despite the tightened U.S. sanctions. This...

TOURISM INNOVATION RELIES ON LEADERSHIP AND EXPERIMENTATION

Pat Hyland -
Tourism innovation is one of the hot topics discussed among the travel stakeholders these days. Therefore, the annual Francophone E-Tourism Meeting, which took place in June in Valais, Switzerland, fo...

CAMEROON TOURISM HIT BY SAFETY CONCERNS

Michael Trout -
Cameroon tourism suffers the impact of the violence in the Far North, which is the most popular region for Western tourists in the country. The security concerns related to the presence of the Islamis...

SPANISH TOURISM NEEDS MORE REGULATION AND INVESTMENT

In the context of the optimistic data reported by the hotel sector in Spain predicting even more profitable summer than in 2016, there are several threats to the stability of the Spanish tourism indus...

MAIN PILLARS OF AN INNOVATIVE TOURISM PRODUCT

Nik Fes -
More and more agents, entrepreneurs and management companies are convinced of the need for innovation in the tourism industry to maintain a certain level of competitiveness and, above all, to attract ...