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Caribbean Travel – Winners And Losers In Changing US Cuba Travel Policy

Caribbean Travel – Winners And Losers In Changing US Cuba Travel Policy
By David Jessop News Americas, LONDON, England, Fri. Oct. 20, 2017: Over the last two and a half years the number of US visitors to Cuba has surged in response to changing US policy. According to Cuban statistics, while just 37,459 US citizens visited in 2014, some 285,000 did so in 2016. This dramatic...

The Best Romantic Islands For A Honeymoon

The Best Romantic Islands For A Honeymoon
Published on Oct 17 2017 // Travel and Lifestyle
Folegandros Islands, Greece By russian beauties online News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Oct. 18, 2017: Sunsets on the ocean beach, exotic cocktails under palm trees swaying from a light breeze: what can be better than a romantic island getaway? But how to pick the best destination? It all depends on...

Canada Warns Its Nationals To Exercise Caution Because Of Crime In These 8 Non-Hurricane Impacted Caribbean Nations

Canada Warns Its Nationals To Exercise Caution Because Of Crime In These 8 Non-Hurricane Impacted Caribbean Nations
Canadian travelers at the Halifax airport. (Photo credit: MIKE DEMBECK/AFP/Getty Images) By NAN Travel Editor News Americas, Toronto, Canada, Fri. Oct. 13, 2017: Hurricanes Irma and Maria have landed several Caribbean nations on the Canadian government’s ‘avoid all travel’ list but crime in eight...

Top Tourist Voyage To Haiti Produced By My Haiti Travels Marks 5th Anniversary With Impact Week In January 2018

Published on Oct 10 2017 // Haiti, Top Stories, Travel and Lifestyle, United States
NEW YORK, NY, Tues. Oct. 10, 2017: My Haiti Travels, a New York-based boutique concierge firm that produces high-quality leisure and business travel experiences with a social impact, announced its 5th Anniversary “Impact Week” signature trip to Haiti scheduled January 11-18, 2018. From the rich...

The Business of Tourism – Cyber Security, The Caribbean And The Hospitality Sector

The Business of Tourism – Cyber Security, The Caribbean And The Hospitality Sector
Published on Oct 05 2017 // Caribbean, Features, Travel and Lifestyle, United Kingdom
A team of computer experts and hackers work at a cabin in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, on Tuesday, July 11, 2017. (Photographer: Brett Gundlock/Bloomberg via Getty Images) By David Jessop News Americas, LONDON, England, Fri. Oct. 6, 2017: Few of us when booking a flight, hotel, or a rental car think twice...

10 Things To Know About The Current State Of Caribbean Nations After Hurricanes Irma And Maria

10 Things To Know About The Current State Of Caribbean Nations After Hurricanes Irma And Maria
U.S.Navy, U.S. Marines assigned to Combat Logistics Battalion 26, 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit (26th MEU), cut branches from a fallen tree to clear a road in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands, Sept. 25, 2017. (Photo Santino D. Martinez/US Marine Corps via Getty Images) News Americas, BRIDGETOWN, Barbados,...

The Importance Of SMS In The Travel And Hospitality Industry

The Importance Of SMS In The Travel And Hospitality Industry
Published on Sep 29 2017 // Travel and Lifestyle
News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Sept. 29, 2017: Tourism is one of the largest industries in the world. People travel to and from one place to another every single day, and the industry keeps growing as it covers a number of things right from the travel plans to booking accommodations. With everything...

Avoid Travel, US, Canada & UK Says Of These Caribbean Islands

Avoid Travel, US, Canada & UK Says Of These Caribbean Islands
A man checks his cell phone next to a road at night in one of a few places with cell signal in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on September 25, 2017, where a 7pm-6am curfew has been imposed following impact of Hurricane Maria on the island. (Photo credit: RICARDO ARDUENGO/AFP/Getty Images) By NAN Travel Editor News...

The Business of Tourism – Learning Lessons From Hurricanes Irma And Maria

The Business of Tourism – Learning Lessons From Hurricanes Irma And Maria
Published on Sep 21 2017 // Caribbean, Features, Travel and Lifestyle, United Kingdom
Some of the devastation left in the wake of Hurricane Maria in Dominica. By David Jessop News Americas, LONDON, England, Fri. Sept. 22, 2017: From early on September 6, to late on September 10, Hurricane Irma raged at speeds of up to 185 mph across the Caribbean. It caused at least 43 deaths, extensive...

Will Travel Marketing Agencies For Hurricane Impacted Caribbean Islands Do Anything To Help?

Will Travel Marketing Agencies For Hurricane Impacted Caribbean Islands Do Anything To Help?
Dogs stand near boats on the land on September 14, 2017 in Marigot on the French Caribbean island of Saint Martin, after the island was hit by Hurricane Irma. The Category 4 hurricane, which struck in 1995, killed 19 people in St Martin, Antigua, Barbuda, St Barts and Anguilla and left tens of thousands...