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Cuba still off-limits to most American tourists

Will 2014 be the year Washington finally takes Cuba off the State Department list of “terrorist-supporting states” which also includes Iran, Sudan and Syria? Possibly, say veteran Cuba watchers — but don’t expect the White House to make any other significant […]

Cuba still off-limits to most American tourists

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Will 2014 be the year Washington finally takes Cuba off the State Department list of “terrorist-supporting states” which also includes Iran, Sudan and Syria? Possibly, say veteran Cuba watchers — but don’t expect the White House to make any other significant […]

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Cruise tourists flock to once-risky Colombian port of Cartagena

Romantic gas lamps light the colonial streets of Cartagena, Colombia. (Larry Luxner) For the first time ever, the Florida Caribbean Cruise Association hosted its annual conference in South America last Autumn.

Bermuda seeks new incentives to lure wealthy tourists

Cruise ship docks along Front Street in Hamilton, Bermuda. (Larry Luxner) Bermuda, a popular island destination only two hours by air from BWI Marshall International Airport, wants Americans to relax on

Barbados tourism threatened with British air passenger taxes

Economic difficulties in Europe and the ever-increasing air passenger duty (APD) imposed by Great Britain have combined to threaten the Barbados tourism industry.   Barbados, in fact, is the only

Bahamas fight violent crime in midst of hotel boom

Boats in the harbor, Port Lucaya, Grand Bahama Island. (Larry Luxner) Nassau’s Lynden Pindling International Airport has officially opened its new terminal for domestic flights and international departures, marking the

Caribbean has high hopes for tourism recovery in 2014

Juluca, an upscale luxury resort on the Caribbean island of Anguilla. (Larry Luxner) Editor's Note: This is the first part of our series on Caribbean tourism. The Caribbean will enjoy steady

San Juan’s Luís Muñóz Marín International Airport helping Puerto Rico tourism promotion efforts

 Editor's Note: This is part of  a series of stories on Caribbean tourism. Read the previous stories here. SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Mexican aviation executive Agustín Arellano wants to

U.S. Virgin Islands predicts better times ahead for tourism

Panoramic view of Charlotte Amalie harbor, St. Thomas. (Larry Luxner) Editor's Note: This is part of  a series of stories on Caribbean tourism. Read the previous stories here. Last year was a

Saint Vincent to get its first international airport in 2014

SaintVincent and Grenadines Islands Editor's Note: This is part of  a series of stories on Caribbean tourism. Read the previous stories here. The 32-island nation of Saint Vincent & the Grenadines will

St. Kitts and Nevis enjoys hotel, cruise-ship bonanza

Entrance to Palm Grove Villas at the luxurious Four Seasons Resort Nevis. (Larry Luxner) Editor's Note: This is part of  a series of stories on Caribbean tourism. Read the previous

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