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Riviera Nayarit made up its own name — and has only been using it for roughly a decade, but this 200-mile stretch of Pacific coastline is about to burst onto the radar.
September 2018
The United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) releases an annual report on global travel and tourism, and the 2018 edition has just come out.
September 2018
The archive to make tourism competitiveness data more accessible will be called the Tourism Intelligence Platform and will comprise the statistics and indicators available “to inform tourism decision...
September 2018
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art’s ramped-up campaign to attract Chinese visitors includes initiatives ranging from a WeChat mini-program to strategic hiring of Mandarin speakers.
September 2018
The new branding effort was spearheaded by research that found people connect with the destination on an intimate, organic and engaging level.
September 2018
An estimated 25.5 million Americans have disabilities that make traveling outside the home difficult and 3.6 million do not leave their homes because they are disabled or housebound.
September 2018
The U.S. Travel Association is making structural changes as it doubles down on domestic leisure travel growth after listening to membership feedback and working to reverse a three-year decline in...
September 2018
Travel to or within the U.S. grew 3 percent year over year in July 2018, according to the U.S. Travel Association's Travel Trends Index. USTA forecasts U.S. travel volume will grow 2.4 percent year...
September 2018
Across the world, thanks in part to rising affluence, travel is becoming a more widely shared pastime. International trips were up 6 percent in the first half of the year, surpassing experts’...
September 2018
The home of the Dallas Cowboys and Texas Rangers is making a risky bet on the fast-growing world of competitive video games.
September 2018

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