Articles tagged “domestic tourism”

Tourism

Colombia Tourism Is Poised for Transformation Under New President

A new leadership representative of Colombia's diverse population for the first time in its history. An agenda centered on decarbonization, integrating host communities in decision making and sharing the tourism pie. And big priorities on social justice. Will Colombia become the model definition of a sustainable tourism industry?

Colombia Tourism Is Poised for Transformation Under New President

Hotels

Asian Hotels Look to 2-Tier Pricing for Recovery

Twin rates for foreign travelers and locals in Asian hotels may be a temporary solution to help the hospitality industry recover, but it may not be sustainable in the long run, especially for economies highly dependent on tourism.

Asian Hotels Look to 2-Tier Pricing for Recovery

Travel Technology

An Artificial Intelligence Remedy to Ease Traffic Jam Madness This Summer

Travel reports are revealing that people are going to be spending more time on the road this year than during any other pandemic year. One company is introducing a new technology to make sure people are actually spending that time in transit, not at a traffic light.

An Artificial Intelligence Remedy to Ease Traffic Jam Madness This Summer

Tourism

China’s Thriving Domestic Tourism Now Suffers From Extended Covid Restrictions

Local tourism companies are using every trick in the book: tax breaks, cut-price tickets and "consumption vouchers" because lockdowns and mass testing are starting to hurt inter-province travel.

China’s Thriving Domestic Tourism Now Suffers From Extended Covid Restrictions

Tourism

China the Great Tourist Exporter Turns Focus Inward — What It Means

Whether China manages to keep Omicron out of the Beijing Winter Olympic Games will likely help determine its future reopening timeline, more so than its new five-year tourism plan, which makes fewer references to outbound travel.

China the Great Tourist Exporter Turns Focus Inward — What It Means

Tourism

Thanksgiving Road Trips Near 2019 Levels as Rural Tourism Continues to Soar

It's a strong sign that domestic tourism will continue to dominate over the holidays and into next year, particularly with the uncertainty looming over international travel with the Omicron variant.

Thanksgiving Road Trips Near 2019 Levels as Rural Tourism Continues to Soar

Tourism

China’s Golden Week Tourism Revenue Falls for a Second Year

Countries hoped 2021 tourism wouldn't look like 2020, but this isn't what they were thinking. In many countries we're seeing a reset happen rather than a return to what was normal before the pandemic.

China’s Golden Week Tourism Revenue Falls for a Second Year

Tourism

European Cities Redefine Tourism Goals for Post-Pandemic Boom

Simply waiting for Europe to "get its shot together" isn't an option, say tourism leaders. Destinations have to plan today to win back their fair share of demand tomorrow while juggling sustainability mandates. Tricky.

European Cities Redefine Tourism Goals for Post-Pandemic Boom

Tourism

Fourth of July to Mark a Further Rebound for U.S. Domestic Tourism

An estimated 43.6 million Americans were set to travel at least two hours' for a trip this July Fourth weekend, or 5 percent more than a previous record set in 2019. Let's hope travel's back for good.

Fourth of July to Mark a Further Rebound for U.S. Domestic Tourism

Coronavirus

Fully Vaccinated Americans Get Green Light to Travel Within U.S.: Health Officials

The U.S. domestic travel industry can rejoice at this next phase in the domestic travel recovery. A shot in the arm, so to speak.

Fully Vaccinated Americans Get Green Light to Travel Within U.S.: Health Officials