In this week's digital edition of Travel Courier, Ashley Rochefort provides a first-hand report on what she did on her summer vacation with her family on a visit to beautiful St. John's, Newfoundland ... so read on ... and enjoy [Ed.]).
Deciding on St. John’s for my family summer getaway... more ›
A little wine … and a whole bunch of news was on the agenda when Tourism Australia and its partners hosted a high profile travel trade crowd at the Chef's House at George Brown College in downtown Toronto last night.
Naturally, any gathering hosted by the destination features Australian... more ›
Air Transat has unveiled an expanded 2018 transatlantic program, highlighted by increased service to the United Kingdom, France, Italy, Greece, Spain, Portugal, Ireland, Croatia, the Netherlands, Belgium and the Czech Republic.
The carrier will offer direct service to a total of 27 Europe... more ›
Stay Tuned For Updates On Hurricane Maria, Mexico Earthquake
Good News From The DR
Hurricane Maria has moved away from the Dominican Republic, without having had a direct impact on the countrys tourism industry.
Julio Almonte, vice minister of tourism of the Dominican Republics Northern Zone, said: “In the north, the situation is under... more ›
Celebrating the official launch of a new TravelNevada office in Canada last night (Sept. 20), tourism officials stressed that their challenge is to get the word out that Nevada is much more than just Las Vegas.
And while Vegas is certainly the state's most iconic destination, and only one... more ›
Sunshine State Ready To Welcome Visitors Back After Irma
Visit Florida's president and CEO, Ken Lawson reports that while Hurricane Irma was a very dangerous storm and several communities sustained serious damage, many areas of Florida did not see significant impacts.
And last week, VISIT FLORIDA was talking to the leadership of the state's... more ›
Beane Applies Moneyball Methods To Hawaii Tourism
The message was a bit murky beneath all the sports terminology and entertaining anecdotes, but baseball icon Billy Beane nonetheless had a lesson for tourism stake holders during his keynote address at a conference in Hawai'i this week.
It was all about numbers and statistics – the key to... more ›
Could Africa and the Middle East look increasingly attractive to hurricane-weary Canadians looking for a relaxed vacation locale?
Just possibly say some of those on hand for a Tuesday Goway Travel event in Toronto showcasing those two regions.
Africa and the Middle East – both of which... more ›
Tourism Yukon and Air North have launched a new partnership to view the northern lights from 36,000 feet.
The partnership will provide flight-goers this once-in-a-lifetime experience to see the northern lights like never before by private-chartered flight – that will soar within the... more ›
European Boating Company Coming to the Rideau Canal
Ottawa Tourism is getting set to officially welcome Le Boat, Europe’s largest operator of self-drive boating vacations, to the Rideau Canal in 2018 as the company’s first destination outside of Europe.
Ottawa is seen as an ideal spot to begin or end a Le Boat vacation, with museums,... more ›