Tourism in Hawai‘i continued to be a major driver for the state’s economic recovery in 2013, surpassing records set the previous year. Visitor spending reached $14.5 billion, an increase of two per cent from $14.3 billion from the previous year, with visitors contributing $1.5 billion in state tax revenue.
Hawaii - The Hawaii Tourism Association (HiTA) is pleased to welcome Under The Sea Hawaii as its latest member www.undertheseahawaii.com.
When Russians travel, they like to spend a lot of money, they like to stay in luxury accommodation, and they stay for awhile – generally 2 to 3 weeks at a stretch. Basically, they want to be pampered and enjoy themselves and are not afraid to pay in order to meet those ends.
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After appointing Hawaii Tourism Ambassadors in India, Qatar, Colombia, and Moscow, the Hawaii Tourism Association (HiTA) President, Juergen Thomas Steinmetz, is bringing the aloha message to trade shows in Europe, Las Vegas, and Singapore.
After appointing Hawaii Tourism Ambassadors in India, Singapore, and Colombia, the Hawaii Tourism Association (HiTA) is now expanding to the highest spending region on the globe with the appointment of Walter R. Dias partner of Unique Choice in Doha, Qatar. Mr. Dias is an Indian by origin and was born in Tanga, Tanzania.
After recently appointing international tourism Ambassadors in Colombia and Singapore, the Hawaii Tourism Association (HiTA) today appointed Mr. Jayesh Ashar of Pearls Tevels as it’s tourism Ambassador based in Delhi, India.
Hawaii - The Hawaii Tourism Association (HiTA) today appointed Jorge Gonzales Carling and Juliana Osorio Valencia as their new and first tourism ambassadors from Colombia.
Hawaii’s Governor Neil Abercrombie stated recently that the loss from the expected downfall in tourism from Japan will be tens of millions of dollars. Japanese tourists are the third largest group of arrivals to the Aloha state, just after the US West Coast and US East Coast, respectively.
The Hawaii Tourism Association established a global information center to inform tourists and the travel industry in regards to the current tsunami warning. Phone lines are available in Hawaii and overseas.