Category Events, Tourism, Organisations & Operators,

Tennessee Tourism Invites Travelers to Hit the Back Roads With New Statewide Road Cycling Program

The Tennessee Department of Tourist Development (TDTD) is inviting cyclists to experience Tennessee on 52 new curated road cycling routes that wind their way through the state’s picturesque landscapes. The new program, Bike Tennessee, launched today at and allows cyclists to engage with the routes using the app Ride with GPS.

Free Beer is Back at SeaWorld Orlando this Summer

SeaWorld Orlando is celebrating summer and its 60th Anniversary with a FREE refreshing libation for guests 21+. Starting now and throughout the summer, SeaWorld Orlando guests can get a restorative, ice-cold beer at the Waterway Grill Patio. All guests can receive one free 7oz beer per visit and pass members receive two free 7oz beers per visit from 11:00 a.m. to one hour prior to close, local time. Offer ends July 26. Dates and offers for discounted beer at all parks are subject to change.

Saudi Tourism Authority launches the Saudi Summer Program 2024

In an event held under the patronage of His Excellency the Minister of Tourism, the Saudi Tourism Authority launched the country’s spectacular summer program for 2024, “Saudi Summer is Next Door.” Saudi’s summer program will run for four months until the end of September across seven destinations and includes over 550 exceptional tourism products and more than 150 special offers and packages curated for families and children across different segments like adventure lovers, those looking for luxury retreats and activities, and culture and heritage enthusiasts.

CTO says Caribbean Week in NYC ‘set to sparkle’

The Barbados-based Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) said on Friday that the much-awaited Caribbean Week is “set to sparkle” in New York City from June 16-21. CTO said this event, a highlight on the calendar for travel industry professionals and enthusiasts alike, will be held at the InterContinental New York Times Square in the bustling heart of midtown Manhattan.

Chairman of Qatar Tourism sheds light on the future trajectory of tourism in the Gulf Region

The Qatar Economic Forum commenced its 4th edition on May 14 under the theme ‘A World Remade: Navigating the Year of Uncertainty’. During the session titled ‘From the Gulf to the World: The Future of Tourism’, His Excellency Mr. Saad bin Ali Al Kharji, Chairman of Qatar Tourism, discussed the future of tourism in the Gulf region. The panel speakers included H.E. Ahmed Al-Khateeb, Minister of Tourism of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and Mr. Sébastien Bazin, Group Chairman & CEO of Accor.

CHTA Launches Multi-Destination Media Trip

The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) is gearing up for its first multi-destination media trip, designed to illuminate the interconnectedness and diversity across the Caribbean. Scheduled from May 17 to 27, this initiative will showcase the vibrant cultures, breathtaking landscapes, and unique experiences spanning St. Lucia, Barbados, Jamaica and the Cayman Islands.

May 23 is Responsible Tourism Day

From Monday May 20 to Thursday, May 23, the Caribbean Travel Marketplace, a showpiece of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourist Association (CHTA), will convene at the Montego Bay Conference Centre in St James, Jamaica. It is the premier event for connecting suppliers of Caribbean travel products and services with global buyers.