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Last-minute summer savings with Karisma Hotels & Resorts

Clients seeking last-minute summer vacation deals can check out Karisma Hotels & Resorts and its fun-in-the-sun savings.
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Two new destinations with Costsaver’s 2020-21 Asia collection

Costsaver has brought back Asia for a second year, with two new destinations added to the list after the program’s successful launch in 2019.
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D.R. announces new safety measures including more F&B inspection

The D.R. has announced new safety measures that include stricter controls on food and beverage inspections in resort areas.
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Korea Tourism Organization gives Jeju Island the star treatment

Few Canadians are familiar with Korea’s Jeju Island, but that’s about to change, says the Korea Tourism Organization.
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Sunwing adds direct Waterloo-Cancun flight, brings back Montreal-Havana

Starting this winter Sunwing will offer twice weekly direct flights from Montreal to Havana and brand new weekly direct service between Waterloo, ON and Cancun.
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Disney Skyliner gondolas set to take flight Sept. 29

Disney visitors will get to try out the theme park’s new air gondolas in September.
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Carnival will operate its largest Bermuda season ever in 2019-2020

Carnival will operate its largest Bermuda season ever in 2019-2020, with more than 40 voyages visiting the island, including eight week-long cruises departing from Baltimore and Charleston in 2020.
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South African Tourism North America has a new president

NEW YORK — South African Tourism has named Jerry Mpufane as the new President for South African Tourism North America.
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Jamaica looking to ramp up resort development on the island’s northeast coast

Jamaica’s northeast coast is the ideal spot for high-end, low-density eco-tourism and lifestyle resort development, with the potential for higher average daily rates, says Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett.
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Tropical Storm Barry threatens a long, slow drenching

Building toward hurricane strength, Tropical Storm Barry began hitting Louisiana with wind and rain Friday as it closed in what could be a long, slow - and epic - drenching that could trigger flooding in and around New Orleans.
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