Topic: Sustainable Tourism
Virtuoso has released a new white paper outlining a plan to advance sustainable tourism. Here’s an inside look.
The two The Travel Corporation companies are celebrating International Women’s Day March 8 and offering a number of itineraries connecting guests with women artisans worldwide. Find out more.
Is the Internet and availability of high-resolution images ruining the magic of visiting top attractions in person? Read more here.
While cruise industry fleet growth certainly was part of Cindy D'Aoust's keynote at Seatrade, the highlight of her talk was about CLIA's 2018 initiative to enhance environmental protection and sustainability. Here's more.
The new ship, part of Carnival Corporation’s ongoing fleet expansion involving next-generation LNG-powered vessels, is set for delivery in 2023. Get the details here.
Royal Caribbean International and sister brands, Celebrity Cruises and Azamara Club Cruises, are researching how they can reduce the amount of plastic used on their combined 38 ships. Find out more.
Cape Town could become the first major city in the developed world to run out of water. Here’s the latest on the situation.
The Riviera Maya tourism board is promoting an under-the-radar destination, while Mexico City will open a brand-new amusement park. Here's what you need to know.
2016 proved to be one of the best years for tourism in Cuba, but this year saw 541,000 cruise ship passengers, compared with 184,000 last year. Here's more.
Human interaction with wild or caged animals can be detrimental, so sites like Instagram and TripAdvisor are discouraging such acts. Find out more.