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Point of View: Hotel Paradisus Varadero Wins at World Travel Awards

Point of View: Hotel Paradisus Varadero Wins at World Travel Awards

Prensa Latina Agency The Paradisus Varadero Resort & Spa hotel was awarded in the 26th edition of the World Travel Awards, in Cuba’s Leading Resort 2019 category. This facility, located in the homonymous resort (west of the island), stands out for the natural surroundings that make it an option for ...

Guyana continues to grow as a destination of choice for travelers

Guyana continues to grow as a destination of choice for travelers

As of December 31, 2018, Guyana recorded a total number of visitor arrivals of 286,732 passengers; a 15.93 percent increase from the 247,330 visitors Guyana welcomed in 2017. A release from the Guyana Tourism Authority said over the past years, they have worked on raising the profile of Destination Guyana ...

Saint Lucia has won the award for the Caribbean’s Leading Honeymoon Destination

Saint Lucia has won the award for the Caribbean’s Leading Honeymoon Destination

Saint Lucia has won the award for the Caribbean’s Leading Honeymoon Destination at the 26th annual World Travel Awards (WTA) in Jamaica at the Sandals Montego Bay on January, 28, 2019. Saint Lucia has won this award ten times, with the most recent honour in 2018. The red-carpet award ceremony ...

It’s official: Dominican Republic is the number one Caribbean Destination

It's official: Dominican Republic is the number one Caribbean Destination

  From hiking trails to undiscovered beaches and unique cultural activities including gastronomy, dancing and carnival, Dominican Republic is like no other place in the Caribbean and Travel Weekly agrees. The leading travel outlet recently declared Dominican Republic the number one destination in the Caribbean at the 2018 Travel Weekly ...

Mexico tourism boom

Mexico tourism boom

MEXICO is enjoying a huge tourism boom despite record-breaking criminal sprees Almost 45m holidaymakers, 38m from the US alone, are due to visit the cartel-ravaged country in 2019 – a six per cent INCREASE on last year. Source: Brinkwire