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The World Travel & Tourism Council’s annual Economic Impact Report (EIR) recently revealed the dramatic impact COVID-19 had on the Caribbean’s travel and tourism sector, wiping out USD33,9 billion from the region’s economy.

Despite travel restrictions caused by COVID-19, it appears that consumer confidence has not been deterred too drastically, as a recent survey by GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company, indicated.

Germany is firmly establishing its position as a leading destination for outdoor tourism, encouraging travellers to consider its nature and outdoor activities following the lift of post pandemic travel measures, with the German National Tourist Board leading the charge in presenting the country’s offering to GCC travellers.

The World Tourism Association for Culture and Heritage (WTACH) is joining forces with new member Charitable Travel to make it easy for travel consumers to donate to registered charities doing good work around the world.

The number of international travellers from Canada to Costa Rica is set to grow from 233,143 in 2019 to 360,344 in 2024, increasing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9,1 percent according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.

A total of 89 deals were announced in the global travel and tourism sector during November of this year, which is a decrease of 23,3 percent over 116 deals announced during the previous month, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.

What do Lima, Osaka and Lisbon have in common? These were all trending destinations for US travelers in 2019. Fast-forward to 2020's trending list: Lincoln, New Hampshire. Lake Havasu, Arizona. The Hamptons, New York.

A total of 116 deals were announced in the global travel and tourism sector during October of this year, which is an increase of 13,7 percent over 102 deals announced during the previous month, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.

A total of 102 deals were announced in the global travel and tourism sector during September of this year, which is a decrease of 11,3 percent over 115 deals announced during the previous month, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.

Expedia recently revealed the latest phenomenon in pandemic travel behavior – the 'tripping point.'