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“Free trade” Arrangements in the Caribbean

Nassau.- Caribbean tourism bosses need to negotiate as a block to slash harmful “travel taxes” through “free trade” arrangements with key markets, particularly the U.S. according to the expert and former Bahamas tourism minister Vincent Vanderpool.

Regulations for Adventure Tourism Operators in Ecuador

  Quito.- The government of Ecuador called upon the tourism industry to strengthen its commitment to the country through the quality of their services and by upholding the standards established for adventure activities.

“People to People” trips U.S.-Cuba a Success

Washington.- Tour operators insist they’re supporting local organic farmers, performers, artists, musicians and entrepreneurs who run private restaurants in Cuba thanks to “people-to-people” travel to Cuba reinstated in 2011 by President Barack Obama, Post-Bulletin.com-AP said.