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Americans’ Demand for Summer Travel is Alive and Well

Hopkins, Minnesota.- DreamPlanGo, the website and social community sought after by travelers seeking inspiration to plan their vacations, has unveiled that Americans are travelling this summer no matter what.

Combination of Cuban Cigars and Rums Fascinate Italian Expert

Havana.- Habano cigars and Cuban rums Havana Club and Legendario 15 years are the perfect match for Italian culinary expert, Antonello Lombardi, on hand at the Habano Balcony or Bayamanaco workshop at Havana’s Presidente Hotel.

Hawaii Gets Ready for 3rd Annual Hawaii Food & Wine Festival

Honolulu, Hawaii.- With five signature evening events and educational daytime culinary experiences, the 3rd Annual Hawaii Food & Wine Festival (HFWF) will feature a “who’s who” of internationally acclaimed master chefs, sommeliers, mixologists and top-tier winemakers from Hawaii, the mainland U.S., Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Philippines, and Australia, next September.

Policies Limit Development of Air Travel

Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.- Air transport and tourism are major contributors to global economic prosperity, but policies remain that significantly limit the development of air travel, said Carlos Vogeler, regional director for the Americas with the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO).

Caribbean’s Most Expensive Resorts Ranking

Saint John’s.- To stay in the Lighthouse Bay Resort, in Antigua and Barbuda, this past season, travelers had to spend an average of 2.490 dollars per night, making it the Caribbean’s most expensive resort, confirmed a new survey by CaribbeanResorts.net.

St. Kitts Targets Golf Tourism Market for Growth

St. Kitts.- Golf tourism is a key niche market that St. Kitts has targeted for growth, said Senator Ricky Skerritt, Minister of Tourism and International Transport, Trade, Industry, Commerce and Consumer Affairs. The proof is the 32nd Johnnie Walker St. Kitts Open to be held May 17-19, 2013.