AMERICA

  • Rains expected in California – Benevolence or Threat ?

     Tuesday, November 20, 2018

    Expected rain in California will help to stifle the Camp Fire that is raging for past 11 days.   The 4 to 6 inches of rainfall will help to douse the blazing fire that has already taken toll of 79 …

  • Freezing Thanksgiving in Northeastern U.S.

     Monday, November 19, 2018

    Cold air in the northeastern United States brings more snow promising a freezing Thanksgiving, as millions travel on that day by air or road.  The bouts of wintry weather can create disturbance for the travellers.     A narrow zone …

  • Caribbean looking for enhanced pot tourism despite legal hassles

     Friday, November 16, 2018

    Despite the fact that marijuana continues to be illegal in much of the Caribbean but tourism officials want to be prepared for a situation if and when more countries legalise the drug and pot tourism experiences become possible.   Jamaica, …

  • Tourism becomes the main pillar for South American economy

     Friday, November 16, 2018

    Tourism is one of the important pillars for the South American economy. A rich culture and immensely diversified nation with architectural wonders, natural and scenic beauty, lively and colorful cities, and beautiful landscapes are the key reasons why millions of …

  • Mexico’s first shopping tourism project

     Friday, November 16, 2018

    The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and the Municipality of León (Guanajuato, Mexico) have signed a contract to continue with the country’s first project to build up Shopping Tourism, with the aid of the Ministry of Tourism of the State of …

  • Martinique, The French Caribbean Diving Destination

     Friday, November 16, 2018

    The French Caribbean Island of Martinique will attend once again the annual DEMA SHOW, which takes place this year in Las Vegas from November 14th to 17th 2018.   The annual DEMA Show, the largest trade-only event in the world for scuba …

  • The Caribbean & Latin America experiences major hit in cruise revenues

     Friday, November 16, 2018

    Cruise tourism directly churned out a record US$3.36 billion in the Caribbean and Latin America in the 2017-2018 cruise season, over 6% rise from 2015 – as per the latest statistics from the Florida-Caribbean Association (FCCA).   The Economic Contribution …

  • 300+ crashes across Maryland follows close at heels of first winter storm

     Friday, November 16, 2018

    Several parts of Maryland lie deep under six inches of snow. As the winter storm razes, a flood watch has been issued along the Bay.   About 320 crashes were handled by troopers by 3 p.m. as the season’s first …

  • Americans’ Travel Preferences revealed by Morning Consult Research

     Wednesday, November 14, 2018

    Morning Consult released a new research reflecting Americans’ travel preferences and their views on different travel brands. The data records Americans’ favourite airlines, hotels, and methods of travel, segregated by age.     About 49 per cent of Americans choose …

  • Cuba witnesses four million international tourists till now this year

     Wednesday, November 14, 2018

    Till now this year, international tourist numbers to Cuba has reached four million in spite of a sharp drop in US visitors due to Washington’s policy which restricts Americans’ traveling to the island.   According to Ministry of Tourism (MINTUR), …

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