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More routes and taxes, Caribbean challenges

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More routes and taxes, Caribbean challenges

The President of the Association of Hotels and Tourism of the Caribbean, Josef Forstmayr, has expressed that his institution will focus on raising air connections and analyzing the tax rates of the sector, two of the many issues of discussion at the next inauguration of the Hotel Caribe and the Conference The President of the…

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Mexico’s concern in front of tourist decline

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Mexico’s concern in front of tourist decline

The National Tourism Confederation (CNT), has shown concern about the decrease of almost ten percent in arrival of tourists to Mexico, so urged to reformulate the goals of the national agreement by the Turism Miguel Torruco Marqués, president of CNT argues that the suspension of Mexicana aviation was an important factor in the fall of…

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Tips for students of tourism (and for university in general)

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Tips for students of tourism (and for university in general)

Now that I have finished my stage as a university student and have done professional internships in different branches of tourism, I think I am able to give some advice to other people who are studying or are thinking about studying tourism ( or any other race) based on the experience accumulated in recent years….

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School practices in a premium tourist destination

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School practices in a premium tourist destination

After reviewing the relevance of the graduate programs that the Autonomous University of Baja California Sur offered on the Campus Los Cabos, considering the needs of the productive and social sector, and the vocation of the region is that the opening of two Careers at higher technical level: gastronomy and specialized services in tourism (SET)….

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What is accessible tourism?

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What is accessible tourism?

Since Thomas Cook scheduled the first “tours” many things have changed. We no longer travel by wagon and the means of transport are more modern every day, which makes it necessary to reinvent the tourism to the present times. Although we continue to do traditional tourism such as the ecological, religious and cultural, it is…

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“We want to take care of nature and generate income for the community”

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“We want to take care of nature and generate income for the community”

What is the Nahá Ecolodge project? This project is of 22 members, 11 men and 11 women, all of the community Naháde the Lacandon jungle. We are dedicated to ecotourism, we offer lodging services, food and activities in the nature where we take advantage of what we have but without damaging it. We carry out…

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