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Destination Pulse: News and Notes for Jan. 27, 2016

Destination & Tourism | Janeen Christoff | January 27, 2016

Destination Pulse: News and Notes for Jan. 27, 2016

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Dare to Walk on the World’s Scariest Walkway
Caminito del Rey, Spain, is home to this treacherous path, three kilometers long and 100 meters off the ground.

5 Tips to Mastering the Family Vacation
Your survival guide to the multigenerational getaway – step one: keep the clan happy.

Can Haiti Tourism Survive Electoral Tensions?
Haiti saw a boost in tourism numbers last year, but now the postponement of elections has resulted in turmoil.

Peru Plans to Continue Travel Legacy
The country is putting forth a plan to continue development of its tourism infrastructure.


Colorado Tourism Day in the Capitol highlights hard choices for budgeting with possible cuts to the tourism board on the table.

If you build it the space tourists will come – at least that is what Spaceport America builders said in 2009. Now, they want more money to make the space fantasy come true

Georgia turns to its musical heritage, music superstars and iconic venues to promote the Peach state during 2016. 

Caribbean tourism organizations – both public and private – are working with the Caribbean Public Health Agency to monitor, research and prevent Zika outbreaks.

Want to know how to travel like "Bizarre Foods" host Andrew Zimmern? The Travel Channel’s most adventurous eater shares his experiences. 


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