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Cuban Economy is Dependent on Growing Tourism Sector

Cuban Economy is Dependent on Growing Tourism Sector

Cash-strapped Cuba is looking to further boost its long-vital tourism sector, the crown jewel of which the famed resort town, Varadero, is located 138 kilometers (85 miles) east of Havana. continue reading »

Top Five Most Beautiful Mammals in the Amazon

Top Five Most Beautiful Mammals in the Amazon

There are approximately 800 different species of mammals in the Amazon Rainforest that have been classified. In an area spanning 2.124 million sq miles (5.5 million kmĀ²), there are bound to be more exotic creatures yet to be discovered. continue reading »

UPDATE:  Peru Balloon Crash Survivors in Pacific Ocean for 9 Hours, 2 Remain Missing

UPDATE:  Peru Balloon Crash Survivors in Pacific Ocean for 9 Hours, 2 Remain Missing

Peru Naval officials have rescued five out of seven hot air balloon crash survivors in the Pacific Ocean. The pilot, who reportedly can not swim, and another passenger remain missing. continue reading »

Spanish Hotel Chain to Renovate Mexican Property for $45 Million

Spanish Hotel Chain to Renovate Mexican Property for $45 Million

Spain's Barcelo Hotels & Resorts said Wednesday it planned to spend more than 34.6 million euros (about $45 million) on renovations at a luxury resort complex in Mexico's Riviera Maya. continue reading »

Mexico’s ‘Traveling Mummies’ Finally Return Home to Guanajuanto Under Tight Security

Mexico’s ‘Traveling Mummies’ Finally Return Home to Guanajuanto Under Tight Security

In Mexico news, 36 mummies stolen mummies dubbed the "traveling mummies'" have safely made their return to their home in Guanajuato, in central Mexico. The mummies failed to be returned by a businessman paid to exhibit them in U.S. mueums continue reading »

Modern Tech to Be Used in Exploring Mexico’s Teotihuacan Ancient Site

Modern Tech to Be Used in Exploring Mexico’s Teotihuacan Ancient Site

In Mexico news, the ancient site of Teotihuacan will be further explored using modern technology. A robot will soon be exploring the inner workings of the tunnels in Teotihuacan thought to be some 2,000 years old. continue reading »

Missing UK Tourist Found Dead in Galapagos

Missing UK Tourist Found Dead in Galapagos

A missing UK tourist, Thomas Berman, has been found dead on the Santa Cruz island, one of the Galapagos Islands, which is a part of the Galapagos National Park. continue reading »

Cholera Alert for Dominican Republic Continues

Cholera Alert for Dominican Republic Continues

U.S. travelers to Dominican Republic be warned, there is an outbreak of cholera, the bacterial disease that can cause diarrhea and dehydration, that continues. continue reading »

Upcoming Mexico Tourism Campaign to Include Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders

Upcoming Mexico Tourism Campaign to Include Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders

In Mexico news, a new tourism campaign promoting Cozumel will feature the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders thanks in great part of an agreeement with the NFL continue reading »

Tips to Expedite Border Crossing this Easter

Tips to Expedite Border Crossing this Easter

In an effort to provide the best possible service to the traveling public, CBP officials are proactively reminding members of the traveling public that there are a number of steps they can employ to cross the border as quickly and safely as possible continue reading »

Argentina Working on Creating 9,920 Pound Easter Egg - World’s Largest

Argentina Working on Creating 9,920 Pound Easter Egg - World’s Largest

A giant chocolate Easter egg made from 9,920 pounds of chocolate will be unveiled in Miramar, a city in the Buenos Aires province in celebration of Holy Week. continue reading »

Puerto Rican Hotels Near Maximum Capacity Thanks to Holy Week

Puerto Rican Hotels Near Maximum Capacity Thanks to Holy Week

Puerto Rico will achieve a hotel occupancy rate of 93 percent during Holy Week, the director of the Puerto Rican Tourism Company, or CTPR, Ingrid Rivera, said Wednesday. continue reading »

Mexico’s Pronghorn Antelope Comes Back from Near Extinction

Mexico’s Pronghorn Antelope Comes Back from Near Extinction

Mexico's nearly extinct pronghorn antelope has made a comeback in Mexico thanks in great part to the join efforts of several conservation organization. The pronghorn are being protected and nurtured in the El Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve. continue reading »

Costa Rican Hotels Focused on Offering Guests ‘Green’ Experience

Costa Rican Hotels Focused on Offering Guests ‘Green’ Experience

In Costa Rican news, the hotel industry is now focused on offering guest a truly 'green' experience by constructing environmentally sustainable properties. continue reading »

College Senior Plunges to His Death in Cabo San Lucas during Springbreak

College Senior Plunges to His Death in Cabo San Lucas during Springbreak

Local California media is reporting the death of college senior, Samuel Levine, in Cabos San Lucas, Mexico during spring break. continue reading »