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Articles tagged “tours and activities”

Tour Operators

Married Yet Solo: More Women Are Traveling Without Their Plus-Ones

A growing trend of married older women traveling solo points to a broader societal shift of lifestyle choices as travel companies adapt to this diverse demographic with tailored and safe experiences.

Married Yet Solo: More Women Are Traveling Without Their Plus-Ones

Online Travel

Experience Economy Investors Need to Amplify the Human Touch

Technology will accelerate the emergence of a distinct experience economy, but the human touch will help future-proof its relevance, according to investor Michael Zeisser.

Experience Economy Investors Need to Amplify the Human Touch

Tour Operators

Civitatis Finds Niche in Selling Activities to Spanish-Speaking Travelers

Civitatis is capitalizing on its leading position in selling Spanish-speaking tours and activities as it pushes into new markets thanks to private equity support.

Civitatis Finds Niche in Selling Activities to Spanish-Speaking Travelers

Tourism

Paris’ Louvre Entrance Fee Spike Foreshadows Pricey 2024 Olympic Games

Visitors to Paris will need to have deeper pockets as the city readies to host the Olympic Games next year.

Paris’ Louvre Entrance Fee Spike Foreshadows Pricey 2024 Olympic Games

Online Travel

TUI’s AI Chatbot Puts Experiences First

They say "it's about the journey, not the destination." But what may be true in life may not be true about how travelers want to book their trips online. TUI hopes to tap artificial intelligence to make travel search friendlier.

TUI’s AI Chatbot Puts Experiences First

Online Travel

Peek CEO Pegs AI Tools for Tour Operators as Priority in 2024

Peek CEO Ruzwana Bashir isn’t looking for an exit and instead says she wants to be the biggest independent company providing operating systems for tours and expenses businesses.

Peek CEO Pegs AI Tools for Tour Operators as Priority in 2024

Tour Operators

TUI Extends Profit Streak and Issues 25% Growth Forecast

TUI is keeping an eye on global economic uncertainties, but ending the year with record revenue and a continued strategic shift in how it sells holidays to its customers paints a positive outlook for the company for now.

TUI Extends Profit Streak and Issues 25% Growth Forecast

Tour Operators

WeRoad Eyes U.S. Adventure Tours Market After $19 Million Raise

WeRoad is capitalizing on millennials' affinity for adventure and travel by catering to their desire for exploration and social connection.

WeRoad Eyes U.S. Adventure Tours Market After $19 Million Raise

Tour Operators

G Adventures Sees 50-Something Customers as Part of Its Own Evolution in Adventure Travel

Age is nothing but a number. That is the underlying motivation for the older set wanting to book more active travel adventures.

G Adventures Sees 50-Something Customers as Part of Its Own Evolution in Adventure Travel

News Blog

London Bans Sphere Venue. MSG Looking to Build in New Location

Sphere Entertainment Company, sister company to Madison Square Garden Entertainment Corporation MSG, is looking for a new location for its second Sphere venue after its London-based plans were blocked by the city's mayor, Sadiq Khan.  Khan rejected the Sphere project, similar to Las Vegas' $2.3 billion Sphere, despite the development's potential for significant foreign investment in the UK. "While we…