Tracy Berkeley has been named Chief Executive Officer of the Bermuda Tourism Authority (BTA), becoming the organization’s first female leader.
She has been serving as the BTA’s Interim CEO since June 2022.
Berkeley joined the Bermuda Tourism Authority in January 2020 and took on the... more ›
The Canadian office of the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) is in an upbeat mood after Canada announced that it was removing the temporary pre-departure test requirements for air travellers from China, Hong Kong, and Macao, effective March 17, 2023,
Michael Lim, HKTB Director for Canada,... more ›
St Patrick’s Day in Ireland isn’t just a celebration of the patron saint, it’s also a demonstration of the pride of being Irish and a source of joy that helps to kick off the spring season.
Around the world, it might be all green beer, dressing up like leprechauns and donning ‘kiss... more ›
Cuban tourism authorities are hoping to convince tour operators that send Canadians on Cuba beach vacations to show other sides of the country to vacationers as well.
Cuban tourism minister Juan Carlos Garcia Granda says he hopes to see more tour operators offer escorted tours that can... more ›
An Adventure in the Mexican State known as the ‘Jewel of Mexico’
Juan Enrique Suárez Del Real Tostado, the minister of tourism for Nayarit, did not mince words when asked to describe the ambiance and attraction of the Mexican State, one of 32 in the country.
First, describing Nayarit as "the jewel of Mexico", Suárez listed volcanoes, waterfalls,... more ›
The second group of "Sell Your Way to the USA" incentive winners have returned from exploring Oregon’s Mt. Hood, Willamette Valley and Oregon Coast regions and Portland.
Enjoying Air Canada’s service to their destination, the group was escorted by guide Daniel Johnson of First Nature... more ›
Taking the stage during the first ever Global Tourism Resilience Conference in Kingston, Jamaica last month, Jamaica’s minister of tourism Edmund Bartlett highlighted the significance of February 17 being officially declared Global Tourism Resilience Day.
Notably, Bartlett shared that this... more ›
Canadians were heading back to Switzerland in 2022 as the most recent numbers released by the Swiss Federal Office of Statistics show a recovery of 83% in Canadian overnights in Switzerland, for a total of 227,658 nights, just slightly short of the country’s record-breaking results in... more ›
The Utah Office of Tourism has launched Utah Specialist Academy for travel advisors worldwide, including the Canadian market.
It is encouraging travel advisors to elevate their expertise about Utah by taking a learning journey through Utah’s unmatched destination experiences via a new Utah... more ›
A private box in Vancouver’s Rogers Arena, for a Vancouver Canucks hockey game, was the venue for a recent promotional event by the Oregon Tourism Commission (also known as Travel Oregon).
Invited guests met with eleven suppliers from the Pacific Northwest, who assembled there after... more ›