Learn about the rich and diverse Bhutan culture as well as what an average tourist could expect. Their offerings range from cultural sites such as forts to outdoor adventure such as rafting and hiking. As Kesang Wangdi emphasizes in his interview &
Taiwan’s Travel/Tourism private sector, central government, city of Taipei and Kaohsiung were represented at IT&CMA and CTW Asia-Pacific 2013 to outline the latest support incentives currently available for meeting and conferences of 50 people or more, to Taiwan. Also see http://www.travelmole.tv/watch_vdo.php?sid=&id=15633.
The business/MICE visitor spends 3 times as much as a leisure visitor. Mischa Mannix-Poie, Tourism New Zealand, explains the rationale behind their current global marketing strategies and incentives for “Business Events”. Visit www.businessevents.newzealand.com
IT&CM Asia (Incentive, Travel & Conventions, Meetings) was thrilled to have Jordan exhibit first time. Marketing Manager, for Jordan Tourism Board, Mr. Ahmad Alhmoud, explains their market objectives and experience at IT&CM Asia 2013.
At IPW 2013 Kieron Keady of TravelMole USA interviews Julie Saupe, CEO of Visit Anchorage. Ms. Saupe explains about additional cruise line capacity and new airlift from Europe, via Iceland, direct to Anchorage, saving 4-7 hours for the typical European visitor to Alaska.
Belize overnight tourists increased by a remarkable 17.2% and cruise arrivals up by a whopping 19.4% compared to last year. Even so visitors still have plenty of tranquility, as that represents 28,431 overnight tourists and 19,965 cruise stopping passengers. TravelMole catches up with Michelle Bowers of the Belize Tourist Board for this interview.