Travel has evolved and travelers no longer expect to be confined to their resort or hotel, consuming the foods that they are used to and interacting with people from their own country. Modern day travelers desire engagement with the people, cultures and landscapes of the countries they visit. They are eager to try new things.
In Belize, the world’s second-largest barrier reef system stretches along the Caribbean coast and rainforest trails lead to Central America’s highest concentration of Maya ruins. But follow the aroma of coconut curry shrimp and you’ll get to know another side of Belize. In a country where nature is medicine and food has long been the foundation of ancient civilizations, tapping into Belizean culture means tasting it. With a uniquely Caribbean and Central American identity shaped by several cultures, including Kriol
The gold standard in the hospitality industry is meeting and exceeding guest expectations. The good news is that making changes to significantly boost the value of your customers’ stay doesn’t need to be timely or costly. Here are three quick, easy and inexpensive tips to improve the hotel guest experience.
According to Travel Pulse, one of the ways that people are caring for their mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing is by traveling, whether it’s relatively close to home or across the globe. In this edition of Travel Trends, we take a look at a few trends in wellness travel that are set to make their mark in 2022.
According to the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), the situation for tourism remains rather unusual as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. 2020 was the year in which international tourism came to a near-complete standstill, and the only alternatives were domestic and local tourism. 2021 saw some improvements, but only in a very subtle way as restrictions were still in place and many countries kept their borders fully or partially closed. It is difficult to make an estimate for 2022