The brand positioning and identity is an invitation to attract travellers to consider Azerbaijan from a unique point of view and discover its untold stories and secrets.
The Balearic Islands government has introduced a new initiative encouraging town councils to contribute to a network of smoke-free beaches in the archipelago.
The British Foreign & Commonwealth Office has advised against “all but essential” travel to Sri Lanka. The move is likely to deal a body blow to the tourism industry in the country and follows a coordinated series of terror attacks over the Easter weekend.
Sherwin Arends has joined South African Tourism as trade relations officer, bringing a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the role following 12 years’ experience working within the travel industry.
Riley, who was appointed to the top post at the Barbados-headquartered Caribbean Tourism Organisation in 2009 after acting for a year, has gone on pre-retirement leave ahead of his departure at the end of June this year.
Since launching the brand five years ago, Luxury Escapes has quickly become the region’s fastest growing travel company with over 2.6 million members. The Luxury Escapes business represents some of the world’s best hotels and is credited with driving incremental traveller demand.