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.
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London.- Egypt’s Minister of Tourism, Mr Hisham Zaazou, said during a visit to London this month that International visitors to his country have not been targeted as a result of the civil unrest.
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.
Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic).- Dominican Republic President Danilo Medina was personally given by the secretary general of the World Tourism Organization (WTO), Taleb Rifai, the “Open Letter of Recognition for Tourism,” a special distinction that recognizes the country’s tourist leadership in the Caribbean region and the contributions of the ...
New York.-Photographer Dan Westergren said when taking pictures in the cold, the biggest problem is keeping your hands.
Washigton.-5.5 million international visitors traveled to the United States in June 2013, a seven percent increase over June 2012, the US Department of Commerce announced these week.