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Ministers of Tourism Summit: Leaders From the Bahamas, Barbados, Jamaica and Costa Rica Outline Strategies for Their Locales    tourism-roundtable-feature-revised.jpg   By:   Ruthanne Terrero

Travel Agent magazine hosted a panel of top tourism officials in Berlin in March, just as ITB was opening. Watch as leaders from the Bahamas, Barbados, Jamaica and Costa Rica gather to outline strategies for their tropical locales. View

steven hattem

May 3, 2016 | News | By Newswire

Pleasant Holidays recently announced the appointment of Steven Hattem as senior director of sales. Get the details here.

quito, ecuador

April 25, 2016 | News | By Newswire

The country has issued a roundup of the latest information regarding travel to Quito and Guayaquil following the 7.8 earthquake that struck April 16. Find out more.

beth nickerson

April 22, 2016 | News | By Newswire

In her new role, Nickerson will be a member of the executive team responsible for Pleasant Holidays’ global product development, including electronic connectivity to hotel partners. Here’s a quick look.

keith cline

April 20, 2016 | News | By Jena Tesse Fox

La Quinta Inns & Suites President and CEO Keith Cline joined the company in 2013, prior to taking it public and shepherding it through a host of changes. Here's what's next.


April 18, 2016 | News | By Newswire

A 7.8 earthquake struck the country Saturday, April 16. Here's the latest on the travel situation.

amazon river

April 18, 2016 | News | By Newswire

International Expeditions has issued a new update on the ship, following a fire April 10 that killed two people. Here's the latest.

europa 2

April 26, 2016 | Deal

The cruise line is offering two family-friendly voyages this October. Find out what’s planned.

Hawaii Island

April 15, 2016 | Deal

Pleasant Holidays recently announced its August Travel Sale with savings in all of its destinations for late summer travel. Get the details here.


January 21, 2011 | Deal

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines and Borton Overseas have launched a new promotion for the 2012 Grand Voyages including a $240 flight credit, if booked by July 15, 2011.

The all-inclusive Hyatt Ziva Cancun opened in January.

March 22, 2016 | Article | By Ana Figueroa, Joe Pike

From 21st-century attractions to an island untouched by time, Mexico and Latin America have much for families to enjoy and explore. Check it out.

A mouth-watering spread of gustatory treats outside a wine cellar in Mailberg, Austria.

March 1, 2016 | Article | By Michelle Krol, Natalie Maneval, Joe Pike

Travel for foodies and wine lovers is a booming niche, according to the latest stats. Here's a sampling of tasty tours, gourmet getaways and immersive experiences.

Villa suites at one-year-old Casa Naga in Panama offer Pacific Ocean views and infinity-edge pools among other luxury amenities.

January 26, 2016 | Article | By Ana Figueroa, David Moseder, Joe Pike

Expert travel agents offer advice on tapping this rapidly growing market while we sample some top villa products. Find out more here.

Secrets Papagayo Costa Rica, the second AMResorts property in the country, offers 202 luxury rooms.

January 4, 2016 | Article | By Joe Pike

Central and South America are set to draw hip, young travelers in 2016 with new luxury boutique hotels and new experiential travel offerings from tour operators. Get the latest.

The 253-square-foot Estuary Suite on Amazon Discovery offers a king-size bed and floor-to-ceiling glass windows.

October 16, 2015 | Article | By Susan Young

River cruises in Peru, Ecuador and Brazil showcase nature and offer pampering “digs.”

Registan Square was the heart of Samarkand, Uzbekistan, in ancient times and is a must-see today.

September 21, 2015 | Article | By Joe Pike, Natalie Maneval, Michelle Krol

There will always be intrepid clients who wish to go where others fear to tread. To prepare you for such clients, we examine 10 destinations-on-the-edge (and one all-but-forbidden nation) that have been kept out of the tourism mainstream either by remoteness, geological or political instability (real or perceived), controversy or a combination of factors.

Puerto Rico

August 11, 2011 | News | By Joe Pike

On the heels of Hilton Worldwide's recently released study on the most popular Caribbean destination for singles, I decided to chime in with a few picks of my own.


October 22, 2010 | News | By Kirk Cassels

It's quality, not quantity, this week, as readers and agents share their take on four topics of interest.


October 15, 2010 | News | By Joe Pike

Joe Pike arrived in Guatemala Thursday afternoon as part of Travel Agent's coverage of the Central America Travel Market Guatemala. His first stop is the 104-room Hotel Princess Guatemala.

W Santiago

April 20, 2010 | News | By Joe Pike

After a three-hour bus ride and a three-hour flight from Patagonia, we arrived at one of Chile’s newest hotels, the W Santiago.

Loberias del sur hotel

April 20, 2010 | News | By Joe Pike

Travel Agent’s fourth night and fifth day of our trip to Chile were spent at the impressive Loberias del sur hotel in the Patagonia region of the country.


April 19, 2010 | News | By Joe Pike

Travel Agent lugged our bags out of our rooms at about 6:30 a.m. and again boarded the Patagonia Express catamaran for the second time in two days.