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Grupo Iberostar to reopen Cuba hotels in November

Following the announcement by the Cuban Ministry of Tourism of the gradual reopening of borders as of November 15, in response to the stepped-up vaccination process currently underway in the country, the Iberostar Group has begun to plan an ambitious schedule of reopenings for the coming months to bring its ...

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Mexico Tourism Spending Increased This Summer


New data shows that while international visitor arrival numbers in Mexico were down compared to pre-pandemic levels, those who did enter the country in July spent more money than they did in 2019. According to Mexico News Daily, Mexico’s national statistics agency Inegi announced that an estimated 3.38 million international ...

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Caribbean Tourism Rebounding despite continuing pandemic

Despite daunting challenges presented over the past 18 months by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Caribbean tourism and hospitality industry recorded many significant successes, and data points to an encouraging outlook ahead. Speaking during the opening plenary session at the Caribbean Hotel & Resort Investment Summit (CHRIS) held last week, Acting ...

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Costa Rica overcrowded hospitals

Wellness Tourism in Costa Rica

Costa Rica overcrowded hospitals, staff with fatigue, inability to transfer patients to centers with greater capacity, lack of medical equipment and congested emergency services. Directors of all the medical centers of the CCSS signed a letter in which they warn about saturation and ask to take measures to reduce infections ...

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It’s official: No North America tourism recovery until 2025

Destinations across North America are at different stages of tourism development. However, one common factor between the United States, Mexico and Canada is that the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020 have been felt hard. That is accord to GlobalData, a data and analytics company. A report, Tourism Destination ...

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