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Tamarind going all in with all-inclusive pricing starting Oct. 1

Starting Oct. 1, 2019 Tamarind resort will make the switch to an all-inclusive property.
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Tropical Storm Dorian heading for Caribbean; airlines waive change fees

Tropical Storm Dorian is gathering strength and could turn into a small hurricane, says forecasters.
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This island just offered Kawhi Leonard a free vacation if he re-signs with the Raptors

The offers keep on comin’ for Toronto Raptors’ Kawhi Leonard, who’s being inundated with free perks and swag in hopes of enticing him to re-sign with the team.
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Sandals Royal Barbados unveils 50 new luxury suites

Not even a year old and Sandals Royal Barbados has already expanded with the addition of 50 new luxury suites.
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Barbados works with partners to make sure new fees don’t put a damper on bookings

Will Barbados’ new US$70 per person Airline Travel & Tourism Development Fee (ATTDF), coming into effect Oct. 1 and following on the heels of two other fees introduced earlier this summer, put a dent in bookings to the Southern Caribbean island?
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Barbados celebrates record year of tourism, with air & cruise arrivals up in 2017

The island of Barbados is enjoying record visitor numbers, with a 5% increase in stay-over arrivals in 2017.
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Work is underway to improve the situation in Barbados, says BTMI’s Mayers

There has been improvement in the sewage-impacted area on the South Coast of Barbados, says Peter Mayers, Director, Barbados Tourism Marketing, Inc.
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“We keep getting better and better”: Sandals Royal Barbados makes its debut

The all-suite Sandals Royal Barbados has opened next to sister property Sandals Barbados with 222 concierge and butler-level suites.
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Hotel happenings in Barbados and a season of sugar and rum

As the number of Canadians heading to Barbados continues to climb – the latest stats show a 10% jump – the number of hotel options is on the rise too.
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Caribbean to welcome 3.4m Canadians by year’s end despite turbulent hurricane season

Not even Category 5 hurricanes can keep Canadians away from the Caribbean, as recent figures from the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) have proven.
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U.S. Coast Guard says stranded cruise ships must stay at sea “indefinitely”
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Dozens of cruise ships are still stranded at sea as entry restrictions tighten with border closures and diminishing...
TICO provides more details on changes to Travel Industry Act
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TICO is providing follow up details to this week's amendments by the Ontario government to the Travel Industry Act...
Changes welcome, says ACTA, but Comp Fund model still needs update
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Although ACTA has welcomed yesterday’s news of changes to the Travel Industry Act, it still remains “very...
SUPPLIER COVID-19 UPDATES: Airlines, cruise lines, hotels and tour ops
SUPPLIER COVID-19 UPDATES: Airlines, cruise lines, hotels and tour ops
Travel advisories from governments in Canada, the U.S. and countries around the world warning against non-essential...
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