Tour operators had big year in 2018

September 4, 2020 0

PHOENIX — The tour operator sector has grown 26% over the past two years to become a nearly $19 billion industry, according to a new PwC survey released at the U.S. Tour Operators Association’s annual […]

All-ages excitement on Adventures by Disney NYC tour

September 4, 2020 0

In recent years, the definition of adventure travel has morphed from hiking up mountains and ziplining through rainforests to include anything that coaxes travelers out of their comfort zones. This can be especially true for […]

G Adventures launches custom tour product

September 3, 2020 0

Citing increased demand for personalized travel, G Adventures launched TailorMade, a custom travel product.  The company is offering the private tours for solo travelers and groups in 11 countries this year — Botswana, Cambodia, Costa […]

Easing into India with soothing Kerala tour

September 3, 2020 0

Although frenetic, in-your-face Mumbai is considered the gateway to South India, it is light-years away from Kerala, the subcontinent’s southwesternmost point. Best known for its vast, lazy backwaters; wildlife sanctuaries; and cool hill stations carpeted […]

Latest Cuba restrictions force tour operators to adjust

September 3, 2020 0

The Trump administration’s decision to ban commercial flights from the U.S. to Cuban destinations other than Havana could cause complications for tour operators. However, where needed, operators will have the option to use charter flights […]

Tour operators feeling good about 2020

September 3, 2020 0

ORLANDO — Tour operators are optimistic about 2020 despite the upcoming election year and a potential economic slowdown, the U.S. Tour Operators Association said at its Annual Conference and Marketplace. A survey of USTOA members […]

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