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Despite the Pandemic, Some Tourist Destinations in Mexico Have Managed to Survive
The tourism industry has been one of the most affected. However, Mexican destinations such as Cancun, Acapulco, CDMX, Vallarta and Oaxaca, have managed to stay active and dominate the networks.
From Design to Hospitality: How to Thrive in a Male-Dominated Industry
Celebrity designer Sarah Baeumler was on vacation when she discovered an abandoned resort and purchased it on a whim. Now she's at the forefront of the Caribbean tourism industry with advice for future hoteliers.
Marco Antonio Solís inaugurates his hotel and people baptize it as the 'Bukinham Palace'
"El Buki" announced the opening of the Hotel Mansión Solís.
11 Magical Mexican Towns Worth Traveling to in 2021
These designations seek to reactivate national and international tourism in various states.
Here are the top travel trends for 2021, according to Airbnb
Rise of alternative destinations, living and working from anywhere, group travel and greater relevance of cleanliness and privacy.
Peru Opened Machu Picchu for a Single Tourist Who Got Stuck in Lockdown
Jesse Katayama came to Peru in mid-March to see the ancient Inca site, just as the COVID-19 pandemic shut it down.
Ministry of Tourism launches National Strategy of Magical Towns in alliance with Unknown Mexico
The Sectur announced the National Strategy of Magical Towns, which aims to disseminate the 121 iconic destinations for their cultural heritage.
Mexico Unknown launches the Official Site of Magical Towns in partnership with the Secretary of Tourism
In the commemorative ceremony of the National Day of Magical Towns we launched the Official Site. We tell you the functionalities so that you are inspired, plan and get to know these endearing destinations.
Summer's Officially Over - What's Next for Businesses That Rely on Seasonal Tourism?
Four ways seasonal businesses can adapt to ever-changing circumstances right now.
A Small Japanese City Was Deluged With Applications After Reports of a Ninja Shortage
The Japanese city of Iga has clarified that it is, in fact, not hiring ninjas.