Interview with Mr. Massimo Bonanno, president of the Finauto Group in Cuba In addition to being the vice president of the Italian section of the Cuba-Italy Business Committee, Mr. Massimo Bonanno presides over the Caribbean Diving Centers travel agency and the Finauto International Company in Cuba. In an interview with ...
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George Town.- Feeding marine species, including whale sharks, have become increasingly popular across the globe, but conservationists are warning that such practices, particularly at Grand Cayman Island’s Stingray City sandbar, have affected the behavior of such animals.
New York.- Coming next spring and New Yorkers will be transported to the Caribbean thanks to the comprehensive and attractive agenda of the Caribbean Week in New York, organized by the Caribbean Tourism Organization, CTO.
Turks & Caicos.- The Alexandra Resort, on Grace Bay Beach, is offering a new preferred golf package priced at $125 per person per round representing a savings of $55 off regular green fees at Provo Golf Club.
Las Vegas.- With more than $2 billion of reinvestment in the destination, Las Vegas is well positioned for continued growth in 2013 and on the threshold of hosting more than 40 million visitors, said Rossi Ralenkotter, CEO of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, LVCVA.
Bridgetown.- In a three-minute travel video, Barbados Tourism Encyclopedia website, Barbados.org, proves with images why tourists comeback year after year to this nation so unique in the Caribbean: to enjoy its distinctively charming people, places and the ambiance.