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Point of View.- Cuba Earthquake update for tourists

Published by eTurboNews etn Tourism is doing well in Cuba, and visitors are continuing to enjoy their holidays after today’s 7.7. earthquake off the Cuban coast. Dr. Enrique Arango Arias, head of Cuba’s National Seismological Service, told state media that there had been no serious damage or injuries reported. Airports ...

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New CEO appointed for Nevis Tourism Authority

The Nevis Tourism Authority, (NTA) has a new CEO. The NTA Board of Directors conducted an exhaustive review of more than 40 applicants. These 40+ applicants were shortlisted based on their knowledge of the destination, background in tourism, industry experience and qualifications. The board conducted extensive interviews with the finalists ...

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Cayman has highest hotel rates in the Caribbean

With a hotel room costing on average US$462.74 a night, the hotel industry in Cayman has the highest mean daily rates in the Caribbean. Valuation firm Integra Realty Resources reported in its Caribbean Hospitality Market Update for the final quarter of 2019 that average daily hotel rates in Cayman increased ...

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Mexico has named its most ‘magical’ villages

Mexico’s Ministry of Tourism announced in 2001 it was developing a program to highlight the most beautiful and culturally-rich towns in the country. With more to offer than just beach resorts, ports of call and salt-rimmed margaritas, Mexico focused on the small towns and villages that best represent regional traditions, ...

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