This year’s theme is “Tourism for Inclusive Growth;” and comes as destinations, travel companies, and travellers increasingly focus on a responsible – not just profitable – return to travel.
Beginning JAN 2022, French Polynesia will ban ships with more than 3500 guests, and a tiered system will dictate where ships of smaller capacity are permitted to call.
The Jamaica Tourist Board has released exclusive, behind-the-scenes footage of the latest James Bond film, No Time To Die. The…
Saint Lucia welcomes back major Canadian airlines this fall/winter season with new nonstop service to the island following months without…
Wine tourism has always been something for travellers and their travel advisors to ‘cheers’ about, but the UNWTO says its…
The Dominican Republic announced new entry requirements for Canadians as of 15SEP, including the fact that PCR tests are not required on arrival but visitors will have random temperature checks and breath tests administered at the airport upon landing.
Just in time for the sun season, Cuba has announced it’s relaxing restrictions on fully vaccinated Canadian travellers, and reopening all tourist destinations as of 15NOV.
Authorities haven’t yet said how many people are too many to be in Venice, but ground-breaking new rules counting and restricting visitors will take effect over the coming year.
Open Jaw attended one of the first, in-person travel trade events held in Toronto. Experience Kissimmee wants to get advisors excited about clients returning to a favourite Florida destination.
Yucatan’s reputation for destination weddings is enhanced with news it has become the 22nd Mexican state to approve same-sex marriage.