Destinations International NewsBrief

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Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon said during his Tuesday, March 2 "State of the State Address" that "we truly have the potential for a bonanza" when it comes to the state's tourism industry. "This...
March 2021
Hawaii's economy is poised for a significant recovery over the next six months, as pent-up demand for travel coincides with vaccinations on the mainland and an expected new wave of federal...
March 2021
Tourism officials in Thailand have announced a new campaign to reopen the country's borders for international travel. A group of over 15 major tourism companies in Thailand launched the #...
March 2021
While travel experts are optimistic that things will slowly begin to open up again this year, how quickly that happens will depend on where you are, where you want to travel to, and if the virus...
March 2021
With their ships on pause during most of 2020, cruise lines were understandably quiet when it came to marketing their sailings to consumers. That's been changing.
February 2021
While some popular backpacker destinations will target high-end visitors after the pandemic, this category of outdoor tourism is not dead. Far from it, as backpacker tourism will evolve and attract...
February 2021
Convention Sales...
February 2021
After COVID-19 cut Florida visitor numbers last year by about a third, tourism marketing leaders have set a goal of beating a projection that the vital leisure and hospitality industries won't return...
February 2021
Though Hawaii's tourism industry continues to suffer economically from the pandemic, the down time has given the islands a chance to consider how they want things to be different going forward. The...
February 2021
Along the beaches of Mexico, typically teeming with vacationers, there is a struggle between two powerful forces that won't be going anywhere anytime soon: The very real concern for health and safety...
February 2021

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