Beaches Turks and Caicos Reopen for Visitors

December 27, 2020
The leading all-inclusive resorts Turks and Caicos have reopened, Caribbean Journal informed it. One of the sandals resorts which is international family-friendly resort Beaches Turks and Caicos reopened this week at Grace Bay Beach in Providenciales.The resort has reopened under … Continued

Before Christmas Bali “All set” To Welcome International Tourists: UN Tourism Agency

December 14, 2020
According to the United Nations World Tourism Organization, the world-famous resort island of Bali is ready to welcome their international tourist. Harry Hwang director of UNWTO Asia and the Pacific, who led a delegation to Bali for an on-site assessment, … Continued

Austria: The Experience Of Newly Added Reality Brings Human Culture

November 10, 2020
Now Vienna Museumsquartier (MQ) offers an “augmented reality experience” which also includes curated music. A new smartphone app that wanted to rediscover cultural habits through this advanced technology. Short video clips provide insights into the respective cultural institutions also including … Continued

Japan And China Decided To Reopen Business Travel Potentially Mid-November

November 8, 2020
Two powerful nations Japan and China have agreed in principle to resume trade travel between the two countries in mid-November, a government official source revealed this Friday, in a move to recover two interdependent economies damaged by the coronavirus epidemic. … Continued

Sorenson Sees a Bright Future in the Tourism Industry After Covid-19 Pandemic

October 29, 2020
Chief Executive of Marriott International Arne Sorenson has provided a stimulating performance in support of the tourism industry in the Future Hospitality Conference in Saudi Arabia. Speaking in front of a global audience he argued that, the impact of the … Continued

Luxury Hotels Nowadays Invite Parents to Provide Remote Learning Programs for Children

October 23, 2020
Many people in the world have adapted to a new way of life, working or learning away from necessities or personal preferences. 2020 is a year that has revolutionized the tourism industry, with many businesses making significant efforts to grow … Continued

8000 Tourists Arrived in Hawaii on The Day of Reopening After Quarantine Dropped

October 20, 2020
Hawaii was on track to reopen more than 8,000 out of state tourists after dropping 14 quarantine measurements instead of the Covid-19 PCR test. State Transport Department spokesman, Tim Sakahara said 30 planes carrying 80,000 passengers from the state arrived … Continued

Machu Picchu Reopens for a Single Japanese Tourist After Being Stranded in Peru for Seven Months

October 15, 2020
When 26-year-old Jesse Katayama started his dream Peru vacation, he did not believe in the far-reaching effects of COVID-19. When he reached Aguas Calientes on 14 March, Katayama was ready with a permit and entry ticket to visit Machu Picchu … Continued

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) Has Affirmed Special Tourist Visa Scheme

October 5, 2020
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has affirmed that the activity to invite foreign travelers back to Thailand under the Special Tourist Visa (STV) plan will continue as arranged, however, it may be postponed because of administrative work strategies. TAT … Continued

How Travel Will Change in 2021 Due to Coronavirus

September 30, 2020
As the new year of 2021 draws near, many of us are wondering what travel will be like this coming year. The Global Covid-19 epidemic has changed our lives in many ways, and nothing more than the restrictions imposed on … Continued

Travelers Are Not Confident in International Travel Yet

September 24, 2020
A search of the New World of Travel report, written by Skyscanner, revealed that confidence in international travel is still low. 24% of Europeans believe that it is now safer to travel internationally than 21% of travelers to the United … Continued

Sikkim Will Resume International Travel From October 10, Hotel Bookings Start From This Date – All You Need to Know

September 22, 2020
The Sikkim government has allowed the resumption of all services related to hotels, homestays, and tourism. Before planning your next excursion you have to know the important dates about that. The beautiful and breathtaking Himalayan state of Sikkim is enchanting … Continued

Carnival Decided to Sell 18 Ships as Demand Shrinks in Cruising

September 18, 2020
Image by gregorykirkjohnson from Pixabay Carnival Corporation has decided that it will continue to shrink the size of its fleet as the cruise sector fights to regain from the Covid-19 shutdown. In July, the company said it would dispose of … Continued

The Caribbean Tourism Industry is Hit Hard by the COVID Crisis

September 15, 2020
The main threat to the Caribbean countries, along with the coronavirus epidemic, is the almost complete break of tourism activities. As tourism is their main source of income, which in some states contributes more than 50% of the economy. Frank … Continued

Three European Hotels Join the World’s Smaller Luxury Hotels

September 12, 2020
The Small Luxury Hotel of the World (SLH) has announced the addition and opening of three new small, exclusively owned hotels. Located in Italy, France, and Spain, each hotel according to SLH displays themes that are relevant to today’s travelers … Continued

In a Weak Travel Market, Airlines are Fighting for Passengers

September 8, 2020
Millions of passengers have yet to return to flight since the epidemic began, but cash-strapped airlines are showing they are ready to compete fiercely as they travel. With demand stuck at about one-third of the pre-pandemic level, the industry faces … Continued

Austria: The Experience Of Newly Added Reality Brings Human Culture

November 10, 2020
Now Vienna Museumsquartier (MQ) offers an “augmented reality experience” which also includes curated music. A new smartphone app that wanted to rediscover cultural habits through this advanced technology. Short video clips provide insights into the respective cultural institutions also including … Continued

Japan And China Decided To Reopen Business Travel Potentially Mid-November

November 8, 2020
Two powerful nations Japan and China have agreed in principle to resume trade travel between the two countries in mid-November, a government official source revealed this Friday, in a move to recover two interdependent economies damaged by the coronavirus epidemic. … Continued

Sorenson Sees a Bright Future in the Tourism Industry After Covid-19 Pandemic

October 29, 2020
Chief Executive of Marriott International Arne Sorenson has provided a stimulating performance in support of the tourism industry in the Future Hospitality Conference in Saudi Arabia. Speaking in front of a global audience he argued that, the impact of the … Continued

Luxury Hotels Nowadays Invite Parents to Provide Remote Learning Programs for Children

October 23, 2020
Many people in the world have adapted to a new way of life, working or learning away from necessities or personal preferences. 2020 is a year that has revolutionized the tourism industry, with many businesses making significant efforts to grow … Continued

8000 Tourists Arrived in Hawaii on The Day of Reopening After Quarantine Dropped

October 20, 2020
Hawaii was on track to reopen more than 8,000 out of state tourists after dropping 14 quarantine measurements instead of the Covid-19 PCR test. State Transport Department spokesman, Tim Sakahara said 30 planes carrying 80,000 passengers from the state arrived … Continued

Machu Picchu Reopens for a Single Japanese Tourist After Being Stranded in Peru for Seven Months

October 15, 2020
When 26-year-old Jesse Katayama started his dream Peru vacation, he did not believe in the far-reaching effects of COVID-19. When he reached Aguas Calientes on 14 March, Katayama was ready with a permit and entry ticket to visit Machu Picchu … Continued

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) Has Affirmed Special Tourist Visa Scheme

October 5, 2020
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has affirmed that the activity to invite foreign travelers back to Thailand under the Special Tourist Visa (STV) plan will continue as arranged, however, it may be postponed because of administrative work strategies. TAT … Continued

How Travel Will Change in 2021 Due to Coronavirus

September 30, 2020
As the new year of 2021 draws near, many of us are wondering what travel will be like this coming year. The Global Covid-19 epidemic has changed our lives in many ways, and nothing more than the restrictions imposed on … Continued

Travelers Are Not Confident in International Travel Yet

September 24, 2020
A search of the New World of Travel report, written by Skyscanner, revealed that confidence in international travel is still low. 24% of Europeans believe that it is now safer to travel internationally than 21% of travelers to the United … Continued

Sikkim Will Resume International Travel From October 10, Hotel Bookings Start From This Date – All You Need to Know

September 22, 2020
The Sikkim government has allowed the resumption of all services related to hotels, homestays, and tourism. Before planning your next excursion you have to know the important dates about that. The beautiful and breathtaking Himalayan state of Sikkim is enchanting … Continued

Carnival Decided to Sell 18 Ships as Demand Shrinks in Cruising

September 18, 2020
Image by gregorykirkjohnson from Pixabay Carnival Corporation has decided that it will continue to shrink the size of its fleet as the cruise sector fights to regain from the Covid-19 shutdown. In July, the company said it would dispose of … Continued

The Caribbean Tourism Industry is Hit Hard by the COVID Crisis

September 15, 2020
The main threat to the Caribbean countries, along with the coronavirus epidemic, is the almost complete break of tourism activities. As tourism is their main source of income, which in some states contributes more than 50% of the economy. Frank … Continued

Three European Hotels Join the World’s Smaller Luxury Hotels

September 12, 2020
The Small Luxury Hotel of the World (SLH) has announced the addition and opening of three new small, exclusively owned hotels. Located in Italy, France, and Spain, each hotel according to SLH displays themes that are relevant to today’s travelers … Continued

In a Weak Travel Market, Airlines are Fighting for Passengers

September 8, 2020
Millions of passengers have yet to return to flight since the epidemic began, but cash-strapped airlines are showing they are ready to compete fiercely as they travel. With demand stuck at about one-third of the pre-pandemic level, the industry faces … Continued

The travel industry wants more support in the upcoming budget

September 7, 2020
Photo Credit: needpix.com Following the coronavirus crisis, associations across the travel industry came together to discuss how they could continue to work together to lobby the government for specific assistance to save jobs and businesses in the travel industry. ABTA, … Continued

Hamilton Princess and Beach Club of Bermuda has reopened for the guests

September 6, 2020
Photo Credit: Wikimedia Commons The Hamilton Princess and Beach Club, the iconic Grand Dame Resort in Hamilton Harbor in Bermuda. It decided to reopen to guests. Social distance and other protocols are set and certain restaurants are closed. The resort … Continued

Time Kettle’s Zero Translator: This pocket-size gadget can become your next travel partner

September 3, 2020
Do you want to transform your smartphone into a universal translator? The answer is ” TimeKettle’s Zero Translator”. This latest multilingual gadget makes sure that you never lose a glimpse of words. Sadly, the nearest Australians will now come to … Continued

Belize will reopen for the international travel from October 1

September 1, 2020
Belize will reopen Philip Goldson International Airport on October 1st as the third step in a five-point reopening strategy for tourism, said the Prime Minister Dean Barrow. Under the move, announced by the Barrow on August 26, government-approved hotels will … Continued
More countries are welcoming U.S. tourists

More countries are welcoming U.S. tourists in spite of coronavirus crisis

August 30, 2020
Once one of the world’s most powerful travel documents, the powerful coronavirus in a U.S. passport spread under a cloud, closing doors across the planet to American travelers.With the U.S. coronavirus case hovering near the 6 million marks, many countries … Continued

Greece has become ECTAA’s Preferred Destination in the Time of Amid Crisis

August 27, 2020
The Greek National Tourist Organization and the ECTAA have signed an agreement to make travel agents and tour operators the preferred destination of the European umbrella organization for the second semester in 2020, amid a crisis that has shaken the … Continued

Covid-19: Tourists must postpone their Bali visit for the rest of 2020

August 26, 2020
The Indonesian island of Bali will not be open to foreign tourists again this year due to coronavirus concerns. Authorities at the popular holiday destination had earlier said foreign visitors would be allowed to return from next month. However, the … Continued
Singapore airport

Singapore Has Eased Air Travel Restrictions

August 25, 2020
The IATA and the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) have welcomed Singapore’s announcement to ease the border system for entry into the country. Singapore’s Ministry of Health (MOH) announced on Friday that it would update its travel consultant to … Continued