Destinations International NewsBrief

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Thanks to a private trust created by the Los Cabos tourism board to supplement the funds that were previously received from the Mexico Tourism Board, the Los Cabos tourism board has opened a...
September 2019
Planners are starting to embrace their role in addressing climate change — and are moving beyond just surface efforts to preserve the environment and local communities.
September 2019
Russia wants to be seen as a global power and attract all the foreign investment that comes with that. After years of restrictive visa regimes, it seems to finally be accepting that tourism is a...
September 2019
Thousands of tourists could soon be forced to make reservations and pay to drive the famed crooked Lombard Street in San Francisco.
September 2019
Iceland has been the poster child for the positive and negative effects of the overtourism phenomenon.
September 2019
Despite controversy about a trade war with China, the three-year long conversation regarding Brexit and an inverted yield curve — which may or may not signal an impending recession, the tourism...
September 2019
Daily attendee meeting costs are set to climb in 2020 in North and Latin America but fall in EMEA and Asia/Pacific, according to the Future Trends in Meetings and Events forecast.
September 2019
Hurricane Dorian is the strongest storm ever to hit the Bahamas, and the country will struggle to get its tourism-based economy back on track for quite some time.
September 2019
Across the globe, travel providers and government agencies are responding to ‘overtourism’ with suggestions for less-crowded places and quieter seasons.
September 2019
While they are still intent on building thriving tourism economies, some Eastern Europe tourism officials are also learning from the mistakes of their western neighbors.
September 2019

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