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Acapulco not affected from Earthquake

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acapulco logoAcapulco authorities report that all tourism infrastructure, including the airport, is fully operational after the 8.2 earthquake that struck the Mexican Pacific coast. After the quake, a tsunami warning was issued and later withdrawn, as city is now safe from hazardous waves.

Essential tips for your future trip

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mobile travel mapOnce you’ve decided on a place and a budget range, all you need a little planning about your trip. Some tips below will help you to out before you leave home for your next journey.

Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association issued statement on Hurricane Irma

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chtaefThe Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) has expressed sympathy for the loss of life and hardship following the passage of Hurricane Irma and has urged Caribbean residents and visitors in the projected path of the storm to take continued precautions as it makes its way through parts of the northern Caribbean. 

U.S. Travel Trends Index Revised, international visitation declines

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US passport controlThe latest U.S. Travel Trends Index (TTI) updates earlier numbers with newly available data, and finds that international visitation—initially found to have grown consistently this year—actually contracted in four of the seven months for which data is so far available.

More tourists visited Acapulco this summer

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The Mexican Pacific resort town of Acapulco has a better summer season in 2017 compare to last year. Guerrero authorities report positive numbers for visitors, hotel occupancy and economic impact with the official close of the summer.

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The Best and Worst Countries for Expats in 2017

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For the first time since the Expat Insider survey was introduced, none of the previous year’s top 3 destinations led the ranking in 2017. Here are the world’s best and worst countries for expats in 2017.

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Do you dream a vacation in Las Vegas?

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The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) introduced its new ‘What Happens Here, Stays Here’ broadcast and digital spot, “Dream Vacation.” The legendary brand’s innovative spot reinforces the destination’s identity as the paramount purveyor of adult freedom.

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Seychelles and Seoul strengthen business ties

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seychelles seoul mou2017Sherin Francis, Chief Executive officer of the Seychelles Tourism Board (STB) who is in a working visit to Seoul Korea signed a memorandum of Understanding with the Seoul Tourism Association (STA).

Slovenia Tourism enjoys record breaking summer

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slovenia Bled CastleBled CastleCentral European country of Slovenia, well known for its mountains, ski resorts and lakes enjoys a record breaking summer tourism season in 2017 thanks to increasing number of travelers visiting the country.

CIA’s new Culinary course: Food and Design: Hudson River

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Two New York colleges are teaming up to put the "art" in culinary arts. Future food industry leaders from The Culinary Institute of America and future professional designers from Pratt Institute are taking a class together this fall that calls upon the special talents of these students.

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Comoros joins Southern African Development Community – SADC

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comoros on mapThe 37th Southern African Development Community-SADC Ordinary Summit of Heads of State and Government have welcomed the Union of Comoros as a new member of SADC. The inclusion of the Union now brings the number of member states of the region to 16.

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