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Top Wedding Destinations for 2018

You popped the question and your partner said yes. Now it’s time to set the date and pick the right destination for your wedding. We asked travel agents and event planners to give us some destinations that make a great place for people to say, “I do.” Livermore, California “Located …

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Mazatlan Renaissance in Full Swing

Mazatlan is in the midst of a renaissance. The seaside colonial city is enjoying a surge in tourism this year, driven by travelers’ desires for affordable vacations in intriguing destinations. The city is brimming with both cultural attractions, a rich history, beautiful surf and an abundance of sun. It’s no …

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Nicaraguan Tourist Board to focus on UK travellers

The Nicaraguan Tourist Board has announced a new annual plan, which will oversee the continued and increasing promotion of the country in the UK. The move is part of an ongoing global strategy for development, growth and sustainability in Nicaragua’s tourism industry. Ana Carolina García, director of promotion and marketing …

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Eurostar partners with MagicBreaks for Disney trips

Eurostar has partnered with MagicBreaks, the specialist booking provider and largest online re-packager for holidays to Disneyland Paris. MagicBreaks will be Eurostar’s exclusive partner for selling Disney products. Eurostar customers will be directed through the contact centre and website to the MagicBreaks team. Through their call centre or website, the …

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China made 10% of tourists visiting Africa in 2016

The massive influx of Chinese tourists to Africa has in the recent years made a buzz, and it is for all possible reasons. After seven consecutive years of annual double-digit growth in spending, China continues to lead global outbound travel, reaching US$ 261 billion of Chinese travelers’ expenditure in 2016, …

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Color-Blind Tourists See the Leaves in Tennessee

To help travelers with color blindness enjoy the leaves changing colors in the Great Smoky Mountains, the Tennessee Department of Tourist Development has installed specially equipped viewfinders. Travelers dealing with protanopia and protanomaly (more commonly known as red-green color blindness or red-blind) will now have the chance to see the …

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