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Panama options for incentive groups

Panama options for incentive groups Turista Internacional Panama groups can view part of the Panama Canal without bumping elbows with people from other companies. Kenelma de Parades, the company's MICE business director, told a recent Toronto gathering that her company can take groups to a part of the canal after it closes to... more ›
Travel Courier Issue Date: Jul 14, 2016
Posted in Mexico & Latin America

Cancun food fest on the front burner

Cancun food fest on the front burner The Cancun Convention & Visitors Bureau is welcoming back the Cancun-Riviera Maya Wine & Food Festival, to be held this week, April 28 to May 1. Hosting haute cuisine celebrities, personalities and gourmands from all over the world, this year’s festival will celebrate the cuisines... more ›
Travel Courier Issue Date: Apr 28, 2016
Posted in Mexico & Latin America

Ecuador gains Exotic status from cosmos

Ecuador gains Exotic status from cosmos Cosmos has expanded its “Exotic” collection to add the Ecuador: From the Andes to the Amazon tour. The 10- day tour, starting and ending in Quito, includes many cultural highlights for the soft-adventure client including a tour of the Cochasquí Ruins, Otavalo’s famous Indian market,... more ›
Travel Courier Issue Date: Apr 28, 2016
Posted in Mexico & Latin America

Real Weddings

Real Weddings Couple: Shilpa and Hiten Location: Moon Palace Golf, Spa Resort, Cancun, Agent: Jasprit Kaul, l’escape Destination Weddings Photographer: Paresh Tailor Photography Couple: Joshua and Stephanie Location: Azul Fives Hotel, Riviera Maya, Mexico Agent: Kim Crosby, SunLovers... more ›
Travel Courier Issue Date: Mar 10, 2016
Posted in Caribbean Mexico & Latin America Weddings & Honeymoons

Free E-Guide offers taste of Peru

Free E-Guide offers taste of Peru As Peruvian cuisine continues to garner worldwide attention, Lima-based custom trip outfitter Aracari Travel has created a 100-page ebook called "Culinary Travel in Peru" that can be downloaded for free on any tablet, computer or phone. The guide is organized by region, including Lima,... more ›
Travel Courier Issue Date: Feb 04, 2016
Posted in Mexico & Latin America

Guatemala gears up for inaugural travel show

Guatemala gears up for inaugural travel show The Guatemala Tourism Board will hold the 1st Annual “The Guatemala Experience (TGE)” May 16-20 in Guatemala City and Antigua. The Guatemala Experience is designed to increase global travel industry awareness about the wide variety of tourism opportunities available in the diverse... more ›
Travel Courier Issue Date: Feb 04, 2016
Posted in Mexico & Latin America

Wyndham brings flagship brand to Argentina

Wyndham brings flagship brand to Argentina Building on more than 16 years of experience in Argentina, the Wyndham Hotel Group has marked the debut of its namesake brand, Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, in Argentina with the opening of the 141-room Wyndham Nordelta Tigre Buenos Aires. The hotel is the first Wyndham Hotels and Resorts... more ›
Travel Courier Issue Date: Dec 24, 2015
Posted in Mexico & Latin America

‘New’ RIU Lupita reopens

‘New’ RIU Lupita reopens RIU Hotels and Resorts has reopened the Riviera Maya's Riu Lupita hotel after a renovation that saw the chain invest US$5.5 million. This hotel, now a 24-hour all-inclusive, opened its doors as a RIU hotel in 2004. It is located 2 km from the centre of Playa del Carmen and its Fifth Avenue,... more ›
Travel Courier Issue Date: Dec 24, 2015
Posted in Mexico & Latin America

Tropical foods await Costa Rica visitors

Tropical foods await Costa Rica visitors The World Tourism Organization says gastronomy is becoming one of the most important incentives for travel, and countries should have strategies put in place to strengthen the quality, variety and uniqueness of the products of their destination. The Costa Rica Tourism Board, along with the... more ›
Travel Courier Issue Date: Nov 26, 2015
Posted in Mexico & Latin America

Mexico easily weathers Hurricane Patricia

Mexico easily weathers Hurricane Patricia IAN STALKER Here comes the sun... Hurricane Patricia huffed and puffed as it approached Mexico's Pacific coast but in the end what was being billed as the most powerful hurricane ever largely fizzled, barely putting a dent in the area's tourist trade. “It was very benevolent to... more ›
Travel Courier Issue Date: Nov 12, 2015
Posted in Mexico & Latin America
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