9 sustainable experiences in Latin America
From horseriding with Argentinian cowboys to planting trees in Peru, here are nine ways your next trip to Latin America can benefit the environment and local communities
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News: American to launch JetBlue codeshare sales next week
American is also introducing 18 new routes beginning this summer, including six new routes from JFK to Latin America and the Caribbean.
12 days ago - Breaking Travel News
Cartagena Sets the Stage for the Return of Travel
Travel to Colombia surged since the signing of the historic Peace Agreement in November 2016, ending a half-century-long conflict. A record 4.4 million visitors came to the...
20 days ago - Global Traveler
Marriott International is adding 19 Blue Diamond Resorts
The Sunwing Travel Group properties in the Caribbean and Latin America will become Autograph Collection resorts as Marriott builds its all-inclusive portfolio.
22 days ago - Travel Weekly - 2 articles
News: Tucan Travel ceases trading in UK
The company operated group itineraries in the Americas, Asia, Africa and Europe as well as a tailor-made department, offering bespoke tours in Latin America and Asia.
1 month ago - Breaking Travel News
Brazilian women head to Argentina to avoid abortion ban
Brazilian women without means have started seeking abortions elsewhere in Latin America to dodge risks and legal obstacles in the region's most populous country
1 month ago - Newsday
9 Latin American bucketlist trips for 2021
We can't travel right now, but we can still dream of the incredible landscapes, wildlife and people of Latin America. Here's our pick of nine bucketlist adventures for when we...
1 month ago - Wanderlust
Recall of the wild: South America's new era of nature-led tourism
Macaws, jaguars, tapirs and woolly monkeys are just a few of the critically endangered species being reintroduced as part of Latin America's rewilding drive In 1947...
1 month ago - The Guardian
Danny Hughes, Executive Vice President and President, Americas, Hilton
Name: Danny Hughes Title: Executive vice president and president, Americas Company, city: Hilton ; McLean, Virginia First job: I was a chef at my parents' pub, which led to my...
2 monthes ago - Global Traveler
What You Need to Know About Mistake Fares
According to Scott's Cheap Fares , mistake fares do exist, and most are honored. Recently, SCF Premium members in 50 cities found one of the best deals of the year: a mistake...
2 monthes ago - Global Traveler
The headlines of Very International People
Gourmet to go! 17 brilliant, unexpected ways with a microwave - from risotto...
Microwaves are not just for poaching eggs. You can make a vast array of gourmet meals in minutes - from steamed fish to vegetarian chilli and sponge puddings They were once...
News: Mixed response to Budget from UK travel sector
The UK tourism industry had broadly welcomed the Budget delivered by chancellor Rishi Sunak - but there were also calls for more tailored support for high street travel agents.
Jamaica stiffens Covid test entry requirement
Jamaica has tightened the window in which visitors must take a Covid-19 test prior to arrival.
Smokies sees more than 12M visitors despite virus closure
Despite closing for more than a month because of COVID-19, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park experienced its second busiest year on record last year
Is this the UK's nuttiest place to stay? The incredible copper-clad 'Conker'...
The Conker is part of the Red Kite Estate in Llanafan-fawr. On the inside there's a big duvet-clad double bed that transforms into a coffee-table area. And on the outside...
Majorcan estate where Richard Branson will build 'the most luxurious hotel...
It will occupy a plot on the tycoon's Son Bunyola Estate, which is part of the Virgin Limited Edition portfolio of posh properties. He has recently been granted planning...
Collins to back Haaland for Interior, sealing her approval
Maine Sen. Susan Collins says she will support New Mexico Rep. Deb Haaland to be Interior secretary
House Hunting in Italy: A Tower North of Milan, South of $1 Million
In the Lake Maggiore area, near Italy's border with Switzerland, ‘understated buyers' are being lured away from ritzier destinations.
How Has a Pandemic Year Changed Your Idea of ‘Home?'
Office, gym, classroom: our living spaces have had to do it all. As we approach one year of hunkering down, we want to hear how your notion of “home” has evolved.
Hornblower Group finalizes ShoreTrips purchase
What role the founders of the troubled cruise excursion provider, Barry and Julie Karp, will play going forward remains unclear.