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Nicaraguan Tourist Board to focus on UK travellers

Nicaraguan Tourist Board to focus on UK travellers

The Nicaraguan Tourist Board has announced a new annual plan, which will oversee the continued and increasing promotion of the country in the UK. The move is part of an ongoing global strategy for development, growth and sustainability in Nicaragua’s tourism industry.

Bartlett arrives in China for UNWTO General Assembly

Bartlett arrives in China for UNWTO General Assembly

Edmund Bartlett, minister of tourism for Jamaica, has arrived in China to take part in the 22nd session of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation General Assembly. The event is being held in Chengdu, China, from September 11th-16th.

Eurostar partners with MagicBreaks for Disney trips

Eurostar partners with MagicBreaks for Disney trips

Eurostar has partnered with MagicBreaks, the specialist booking provider and largest online re-packager for holidays to Disneyland Paris. MagicBreaks will be Eurostar’s exclusive partner for selling Disney products.

US Virgin Islands advises travellers not to visit St. Thomas and St. John

US Virgin Islands advises travellers not to visit St. Thomas and St. John

The US Virgin Islands Department of Tourism has advised that full assessment on the impact of Hurricane Irma is underway. Following the impact of the storm, the American territory advised, while St. Croix is getting back to business, visitors are being encouraged not to visit the district of St. Thomas and St. John.

Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association urges hurricane precautions across region

Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association urges hurricane precautions across region

The Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association has expressed sympathy for the loss of life and hardship following the passage of Hurricane Irma. The regional tourism body has urged Caribbean residents and visitors in the projected path of the storm to take continued precautions as it makes its way through parts of the northern Caribbean.