Having caused a stir with calls for an international oversight body for travel advisories, Jamaica minister of tourism, Edmund Bartlett, here expands on the ideas as he speaks to Breaking Travel News during World Travel Market in London.
Antigua & Barbuda has partnered with GeoTourist to create navigational application content for the destination. It will offer visitors the chance to explore the destination independently, while being guided by Antiguan storytellers, all from their mobile phone.
Joy Jibrilu, director general of the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism & Aviation, joins Breaking Travel News in London to tell the global hospitality community that the destination is open for business following the impact of a deadly hurricane.
As the project continues to make headlines around the world, Breaking Travel News speaks to John Pagano, chief executive of the Red Sea Development Company, about how it will impact tourism in Saudi Arabia.
With a host of new technical innovations on the horizon, Gaurav Bhatnagar, co-founder of TBO Group, brings Breaking Travel News up to date at World Travel Market in London. Having claimed a host of top World Travel Awards titles, he also reveals how the accolades have helped develop the brand in a competitive marketplace.
Chatting with Breaking Travel News at World Travel Market in London, Charles Fernandez, minister of tourism for Antigua & Barbuda, tells us how the destination has been quick to recover from the impact of recent hurricanes.
Céline Cousteau has travelled the world working to help communicate the stories that connect humans and the environment. In her role as ambassador for TreadRight, Cousteau her tells Breaking Travel News what concrete steps each of us can take to reduce our impact on the environment as we travel.
Breaking Travel News chats with Dominic Fedee, minister of tourism for Saint Lucia, about plans for a new cruise port on the island and the latest investments at the international airport. In his role as the chairman of the Caribbean Tourism Organisation, he also tells us about a controversial recent decision to close offices in New York and London.
Representing one of the fastest-emerging tourism destinations at World Travel Market in London, Florian Sengstschmid, chief executive of Azerbaijan Tourism Board, here tells Breaking Travel News what is on offer in the market. He tells editor Chris O’Toole about the surprising diversity of attractions there, as well as the wealth of heritage.
With a host of new attractions coming onto the market and a boost in visitor numbers out of the UK, Bahrain is enjoying a strong 2019. Speaking to Breaking Travel News in London, minister of tourism Zayed Bin Rashid Alzayani tells us more.