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Special TTC: Plan a Summer Cruise on a Superyacht

Special TTC: Plan a Summer Cruise on a Superyacht

  TTC Service.-Since cost is not an issue for most superyacht clients, planning a summer cruise on board any of the world’s most luxurious mega yachts is as fun as sailing the Mediterranean or the Caribbean.

TTC Service: DIRECTORY OF RIVIERA MAYA HOTELS

Directory of Riviera Maya's hotels

Riviera Maya, in Quintana Roo, is one of the most importants touristic centers of Mexico. At the end of april, the total of rooms was 40 641, distributed in 379 hotels. These are some important figures.

TTC Special: SOS Cruise Liners?

Costa Concordia

  TTC Service.- Last February, a fire left powerless the Carnival Triumph in the Golf of Mexico for five days. When media and public commotion about the so called “poop cruise” –toilets were not functioning- seemed to be coming to its end, three other Carnival Cruise Lines ships run into ...

TTC Special: Golf: The Return of the “Elitist” Sport to Cuba

Golf: The Return of the “Elitist” Sport to Cuba

TTC Service.- Half a century ago, golf was one of the many “bourgeois” habits wiped out by the young Cuban revolution. 2013 marks the year when the “elitist” sport and the Socialist regime meet again in the same field and decide to start over from fresh.The government of Raul Castro ...

TTC Special: FITCuba 2013 in Varadero: Cuba’s Room with a View

TTC Service.- There is not better venue for a tourism fair that a crystal-clear water, white sand beach in the Caribbean. But if that beach is Varadero, the tenth most favorite sun and beach destination worldwide and the fifth in the Caribbean, then the fair’s success is guaranteed. That’s the ...

TTC Special: On the Antarctica Tourism Comes with Risks

TTC Service.- Though regulated to protect both: the continent and the visitors, tourism on the Antarctica is not what it was in the 1950’s when the leisure industry planted its flag on the world’s coldest, driest, windiest, highest and the most rapidly warming territory.