Industry leaders talk about what the travel industry needs to do to change the negative narrative that has been created around the Caribbean country.
Athens is hot, not only weather-wise, but for its history, its hotels and so much more.
From the Caribbean to the Pacific, these properties aim to pamper and soothe their guests at their idyllic beach environments.
A new hotel scene and a destination specialist program provide business opportunities for luxury travel advisors in the world’s second-largest French-speaking city.
The country’s tourism industry accounts for 60% of the gross domestic product, the most of any Caribbean nation.
Hotels and theme parks make adjustments to accommodate guests and residents in wake of the storm.
All travel advisors can benefit from adding events to their trip-planning services, further expanding their ability to help their clients have unforgettable travel experiences - the kind that they’ll tell their grandkids about some day.
"Most people do want to experience new things. There is a small percentage, maybe 10%-15%, who always want to do the same thing: Either return to the same all-inclusive or take the same cruise line to the same Caribbean islands."
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