Tourism Trends News
New research shows Brits are demanding more meaningful travel experiences
Research is showing that Brits are turning their backs on traditional beach holidays and are looking for longer and more meaningful experiences when they book their 2010 and beyond travel plans.
Parents sacrifice kids education for cheap holidays
Almost half (46%) of parents in the UK would be willing take their child out of school during term time to secure a cheaper price for their holiday.
Bus Tourism & Travel to Arkansas creates economic growth, jobs & tax revenue
Motorcoach & group tourism and travel both to and within Arkansas is a powerful economic engine that infuses tourism dollars locally and statewide, creating economic growth, hospitality industry jobs, and new tax revenue, a new interactive online tool recently released by the American Bus Association Foundation (ABAF) reveals.
Automate your travel business and work smartly in this IT world
As we all know that travel industry has been growing by leaps and bounds in last couple of year. Even country like India is experiencing the change and now the Indian Travel industry needs some automation.
West Africa: The next big cruise destination?
Cape Verde Islands, Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Senegal, Sierra Leone and Togo would be nothing more than places in an atlas for most cruise travellers.
Cheap Travel How To’s - Bill Miller, CheapOair Expert
Bill Miller, VP of Strategic Partnerships for CheapOair, has been making nationwide headlines offering travel tips for all types of travelers including budget travelers.
India, Vietnam and Cuba named as Top Emerging Travel Destinations in 2010
Asian and Latin locations rose to the top of the list as up-and-coming destinations in the 2010 Virtuoso Luxe Report released today.
10 Travel Innovation Trends for 2010
It is not enough to rely on existing technologies and legacy systems. In this turbulent economic environment, you must harness the power of innovation to find competitive edge and profitability.
BBC broadcast prompts friendly British invasion to Cuba
Cuba’s leading independent tour operator, The Holiday Place, sees surge in interest following BBC broadcasts
Brits head to lakes for Easter as confidence in Cumbria returns
A leading tourism website has seen a 271 per cent increase in enquiries for Easter breaks to the Lake District, as confidence in the Cumbrian tourist industry following the floods last year starts to return.
MustSeeIndia.com empowers rural tourism in India
MustSeeIndia.com, one stop for all travel related information for India, has partnered with Rural Tourism Network Enterprise (RTNE) for hotel bookings.
Millions of Brits head abroad in 2010 bucking the staycation trend
A survey of more than 2,000 UK residents has found that almost 60 per cent of Brits plan to take their main holiday abroad this year, bucking last years ‘staycation’ trend.