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Caribbean Holiday Industry Increases Taxes On Tourism Sector As It Struggles With Rising Apd Tax By: Jose Gundin | Jul 2nd 2012 – The Caribbean holiday industry in under pressure as a result of the UK"��s rising Air Passenger Duty (APD). Because of this ever-increasing tax two Caribbean islands, Jamaica and Antigua have introduced new taxes on their own tourism sectors to recoup some of the losses incurred. Following the recent Caribbean Tourism Summi … Tags: Caribbean Warned That Reefs Could Disappear By 2020 Due To Global Warming By: Jose Gundin | May 4th 2012 – Bharrat Jagdeo, the former president of Guyana has warned tourism officials that the Caribbean’s reefs could be gone by 2020 if the earth continues to heat up. International travellers go on Caribbean holidays each year to explore the spectacular reefs. Tags: Cayo Santa Maria In Villa Clara Prepares To Host The 2012 International Tourism Fair In Cuba By: Jose Gundin | May 3rd 2012 – Cayo Santa Maria, in Villa Clara, is getting ready to offer a warm welcome to the participants of the upcoming International Tourism Fair of Cuba. The fair is another one of the country"��s efforts to increase the number of tourists taking Cuba holidays. Tags: Blue Diamond Hotels To Open Luxury Beach Resort In Varadero, Ready For Holidays In May By: Jose Gundin | Apr 13th 2012 – Couples planning Cuba holidays this year will have a new luxury hotel to stay at as Memories Varadero Beach Resort gets ready to open its doors on 1st May, 2012. Formerly known as Sirenis La Salina, the resort boasts a beachfront location and 1,035 rooms. Tags: More Options For Families To Enjoy Cuba Holidays At Iberostar Ensenachos With New Water Park By: Jose Gundin | Apr 2nd 2012 – Iberostar Ensenachos has added a brand new attraction to their list of facilities, enticing families with children to make their Cuba holidays even more enjoyable with the addition of a new water park, especially designed for the youngest holidaymakers. Tags: Amazing Cuba Holidays For The British Traveller By: Jose Gundin | Apr 1st 2012 – If you are an intrepid and serial British traveller who"��s developed an interest in visiting Cuba, there are a few things you must consider first not only to make your Cuba holidays truly unforgettable and amazing in every way, but also to ensure you leave the UK with all the required travel documents. Tags: How To Plan Activities To Enjoy While On A Cuba Holiday By: Jose Gundin | Mar 28th 2012 – For the intrepid traveller that likes to do and see as many things as possible while on holiday, to the laid-back wanderer that likes to take things easy and perhaps visit a few places without neglecting the beach, Cuba has the perfect kind of activity to entertain every visitor, from large groups of hard-partying friends, … Tags: Air Passenger Duty To Rise By 8 Per Cent From April 2012 Affecting The Caribbean Holidays Industry By: Jose Gundin | Mar 28th 2012 – The British chancellor, George Osborne, announced yesterday that APD would be increased by eight per cent in a double inflation rise. The rise will apply from April, 2012 and will significantly affect the price of flights for Caribbean holidays. Tags: How My Cuba Holidays Charmed Me To The Core By: Jose Gundin | Mar 27th 2012 – Following a successful year for Cuba’s tourism industry in 2011, the Tourism Ministry already has its eyes on 2012’s target, with the government banking on 2.9 million people taking Cuba holidays. 2012 is set to be an exciting year for tourism in Cuba. Tags: South America Sending More Travellers To Cuba Holidays Than Ever By: Jose Gundin | Mar 27th 2012 – According to a recent report published by Prensa Latina and the Office of Information and Touristic Promotion of Cuba for Cono Sur, more South American travellers than ever are heading to Cuba holidays to enjoy the beach, the sun and the rich culture. Tags: Salsa Dancing Is A Great Activity To Try During Your Cuba Holidays By: Jose Gundin | Mar 26th 2012 – Even though I had been to Cuba few times before, mostly on beach trips to Varadero and Guardalavaca, this time something different drew me to the island: its rich salsa heritage and history, and so I figured it would be a great experience to learn how to salsa during my next Cuba holidays; and that is exactly what I did alt … Tags: Government Expects 85,000 Russian Travellers To Go On Cuba Holidays In 2012 By: Susan Crown | Mar 26th 2012 – Thanks to new airline operations being established and offering better transport options between Cuba to Russia, Cuba’s Ministry of Tourism expects to welcome some 85,000 Russian visitors arriving to the island to enjoy cultural Cuba holidays in 2012. Tags: An Avid Repeat Traveller: Over 12 Years Of Cuba Holidays Still Not Enough To Quench My Thirst For Th By: Jose Gundin | Mar 23rd 2012 – After 12 years of taking long and culturally enriching holidays in Cuba, I"��m not even close of getting tired of visiting this colourful country, always with something new to surprise me. On my last Cuba holidays I noticed how Cuba"��s economic model is slowly changing as more and more individuals are free to open up their … Tags: I Am Bringing My Parents To Cuba And They Will Love The History And Culture By: Jose Gundin | Mar 23rd 2012 – I wanted to take a trip where I could invite my parents and have the whole family reunite for an exciting adventure. As me and my parents both love history and my wife and kids love the beach and sunshine I thought a trip to Cuba would have the best of both worlds and on I went to book my Cuba holidays for the whole family! … Tags: A Great Cuba Holiday For All: Take The Whole Family Along! By: Jose Gundin | Mar 22nd 2012 – After a successful year for tourism in 2011, having surpassed all expectations with over 2.7 million of visitor arrivals to the island, Cuba’s Ministry of Tourism is gearing up to welcome even more holidaymakers in 2012 as Cuba holidays enjoy an unprecedented boom among worldwide travellers eager to discover the island’s un … Tags: 相关的主题文章: