Ways by Which Tourism Industries can Safely Recover

The United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) anticipated that by late 2021 or in early 2022, international travels will return to pre-pandemic levels. However, recovery won’t happen soon as it’s not going to be business as usual for tourism industries. Apparently, the global tourism industry has to redefine, modify and realign tourism programs since travellers are now looking to go...

Omicron Pushing Recovery Farther Away From International Tourism Industry

Omicron, the new COVID-19 variant quickly spreading in several countries, will more than likely cause delay in the tourism industry’s bid for recovery. European countries that had hoped to revive tourism after the slump caused by the first wave of the pandemic, are now facing fresh challenges. Other nations are imposing stricter measures related to European travel. Still, in the interim of new...

Travellers are Advised to Stay Home as Snow Storms will Make Travelling Dangerous

Meteorologists have given advice that the “Polar Vortex” phenomenon has already affected the northeastern sections of the U.S. by way of major snowstorms. Any travel plans for the coming days ahead should be approached with extra caution, by checking out travel alerts issued by travel advisory boards before proceeding to a planned destination. As many as 64 airports have already released...

Travel Ban vs U.S. Dampens American DJs’Hopes for International Gigs

While many American DJs have hopes of becoming travel deejays someday, existing travel bans will not allow them to make such aspirations come true soon. Due to the current state of the COVID-19 crisis in the U.S. American travelers are barred from entering other countries, particularly the members of European Union (EU) bloc. Sad to say that the most that an aspiring travel deejay can achieve is...

Port Charlotte : Florida’s Best Spring Destination

When looking to take the family on a spring-break vacation, the best place to visit is Port Charlotte in Florida. The top attractions in this small district along the coast of Gulf of Mexico in Charlotte County, are not only family oriented. They are exceptionally senior-citizen friendly as well. That does not come as a surprise at all, since Port Charlotte is often cited as one of the best...