Jamaica minister of tourism, Edmund Bartlett, has said his team will be developing a Tourism Supplies Hub to help to position the Caribbean destination as a logistics centre in the region.
All pubs, bars and restaurants in England must close by 22:00 from Thursday the government had ordered, to help curb the spread of coronavirus.
Visitors arriving in England from Thailand and Singapore will no longer be expected to isolate for 14-days from Saturday after both countries were added to the safe travel list.
South Africa is preparing to reopen its borders to travellers for the first time since March. In an address to the nation earlier, president Cyril Ramaphosa confirmed the process would begin in October.
The ‘Great Southern Land’ flight is on offer to those who are missing the excitement of travel or for travellers who are keen to “wave to friends and family interstate”.
Union Coop has announced that its convenient store concept located at the Pointe will now be starting home delivery for its valued consumers.
The £5 million campaign highlights the quality destinations, visitor attractions and experiences on offer across the cities, countryside and coast of the UK.
The Hong Kong Tourism Board has begun gradually resuming promotions in local and source markets as it seeks to revive the sector through a combination of short- and long-term strategies.
International tourist arrivals plunged 93 per cent in June when compared to 2019, with the latest data from the World Tourism Organisation showing the severe impact of Covid-19.
As the city gathers momentum with the resumption of conferences, the Dubai Department of Tourism & Commerce Marketing has formed a new Business Events Stakeholders Committee.
Lahore is known for its rich culture and will be the second city in Pakistan that British Airways will operate to, following the relaunch of services to Islamabad.
A majority of destinations around the world have now started easing travel restrictions introduced in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, a new report has revealed.