Travel And Tour World January 2023 issue is now live

 Thursday, January 5, 2023 


Happy New Year 2023 to all our dear readers! Our Travel And Tour World first edition of 2023 is live and we look forward to partnering with our readers in more numbers across the globe in the year ahead.

With new goals set in, more opportunities opening up for globetrotters, we hope that the New Year will be a year of revival in the tourism industry.

Business travel to Spain increased by 17.5% as a result of this recovery and the growing influence of international investors in the nation. The country has won the accolade of World’s Leading Meetings & Conference Destination at the World Travel Awards held in Madrid.

The premium inbound and outbound tourism event for the Ibero-American market FITUR 2023 will return to the IFEMA for its 43rd edition between 18-22 January.  After its roaring success in 2022, industry leaders expect the event to surpass its pre-pandemic participation rates in 2023.

Guam is a place where culture and history thrive with a cosmopolitan twist. It is reflected in their festivals, music, art, cuisines, places and fashion scenes.

If you’re looking to go all out for your vacation this year, these especially luxurious trips are sure to fit the bill. Those looking for a secluded vacation in this year should consider Guam in their bucket list.

From lush green jungles to serene tropical islands, this edition of our magazine comes up with the list of the most astonishing tribal locations, where the people has its traditions, which will attract your curiosity to know about the locals and its original inhabitants.

A luxury cruise to Antarctica will take adventurous travellers through mesmerising landscape and rich wildlife in some of the most popular destinations of the continent. The year last seen significant rebound in cruise tourism and travellers across the globe are waiting for some epic cruises in Antarctica.

Guam Visitor’s Bureau serves as a significant bridge between linking the country’s government, tourism industry, visitors and local communities to make Guam a better place to live in, visit and work.

The Bureau’s Vice-President, Gerald. S. A. Perez shares his valuable experience about reviving Guam’s tourism scene after the grueling pandemic.

Travel may not be the first industry to be technologically innovative. But, it certainly brings forth the latest technological trends that will upgrade the industry this year in a sustainable and responsible form.

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