Jamaica

Comment: Donovan White, Jamaica Tourist Board

Donovan White, director of tourism for the Jamaica Tourist Board, explains how the Caribbean island has safeguarded tourism as it reopens its borders It has undoubtedly been a challenging year for the travel industry globally,…

The future of sustainable travel

Before Covid-19, sourcing commendable sustainable tourism products for clients had never been so easy. Here we take a look at a few countries’ sustainable tourism highlights, writes Karl Cushing. A report by ABTA, published in…

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Insights: travel in the age of Covid-19

A look at how the tourism industry will get back to business – and what will be the new normal – in a post-coronavirus world. Jenny Southan, founder of Globetrender, shares four key travel trends.…

What ‘air bridges’ mean for summer holidays

The industry will need grander plans and more support if it is to weather the impact of Covid-19 but, for now, air bridges – which allow quarantine-free travel between two nations – are a good…

Cornwall’s lesser-known beauty spots

Cornish tourism chiefs were redirecting tourists from hotspots long before Covid-19. Nathaniel Cramp seeks out some of Cornwall’s quieter spots. In mid-March, before the UK formally entered lockdown and amid confusion over travel restrictions, Visit…

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Interview: Julia Lo Bue-Said

The CEO of Advantage Travel Partnership on the green shoots of recovery. How are you supporting your agents? To help our members with their preparations for reopening, we’ve created marketing assets and different types of…