Tourism

What Destination Marketers Must Understand to Thrive in the Covid-19 Era

Covid-19 continues to disrupt the travel industry, but it's a mistake to halt marketing efforts.

Jonathan Riff

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.

Sarah Austin

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.

Sinéad Baker

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.

Jessica Thomas

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.

Tom Murray

How to Love the Journey and Check Your Travel-Related Stress at the Gate

Good news: Even homebodies can develop a sense of wanderlust.

Blake Snow

Sweden Lists Itself on Airbnb for Free

The marketing gimmick is designed to draw attention to the 'freedom to roam' law that allows anyone to visit Swedish public lands for free.

Tom Brant

What Does the Travel Ban Mean for the U.S. Tourism Industry?

A new study says that it could contribute to slowed growth in the sector in 2017.

Nina Zipkin

This Hotel Entrepreneur Wants to Open a New Location Barely Anyone Can Get to -- Yet

Robert Bigelow's aerospace company and United Launch Alliance want to put an inflatable commercial space station in orbit by 2020.

Nina Zipkin

Priceline Strikes Deal With Cuba to Let Americans Book Hotels

Subsidiary Booking.com would allow Americans traveling to Cuba to reserve and pay for rooms at a number of Cuban and foreign hotels, starting in several weeks.

Reuters

5 Ways Not to Be Lonely When Traveling Alone on Business

The next time you're in a city far from home where you know nobody, take a deep breath and call it the biggest networking opportunity yet.

John Boitnott