Destinations International NewsBrief

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Thailand is already struggling to cope with the environmental impact of a tourism boom that’s expected to lure 40 million visitors this year. The influx is on course to hit 65 million a decade from...
June 2019
Bookings for Jamaica, the Bahamas and Aruba are way up, according to ForwardKeys.
June 2019
A recent World Travel...
June 2019
The U.S. trade war with China is chilling tourism from that country, dampening a major revenue stream for hotels, restaurants and retailers just as the summer season gets in full swing.
June 2019
As marketing groups like Visit Florida contend with the perennial slashing of their budgets, Brand USA, the national marketing arm, is emerging as an ever more important tool to promote U.S....
June 2019
Historic tourist destinations, three casinos, and a strip of new businesses have united to draw more visitors to the north end of Atlantic City’s Boardwalk. Many longtime residents recognize this...
June 2019
Several recent events, incidents and widely shared images have brought the issue of “overtourism,” and its economic, environmental and human consequences front and center.
June 2019
Recently, the lone road to the farthest reaches of Kauai’s North Shore reopened to the public for the first time since a disastrous flood reduced the average daily visitor count at Haena’s celebrated...
June 2019
Kind Traveler introduces a ground-breaking initiative to further expand support of sustainable tourism through a special two-year partnership with Sonoma County Tourism.
June 2019
Whether it’s scouting for whales in the bay, day trips to Catalina Island or shopping for vintage finds on 4th Street, there are plenty of activities visitors to Long Beach can busy themselves with....
June 2019

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