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Nova Scotia Gets Tourism Bump from the Trump: Destinations Pulse for March 28, 2016

Destination & Tourism | Janeen Christoff | March 28, 2016

Nova Scotia Gets Tourism Bump from the Trump: Destinations Pulse for March 28, 2016

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Nova Scotia Gets Tourism Bump from the Trump
Nova Scotia is seeing real gains in its tourism sector after the lunch of a Donald Trump site that jokes about Americans moving to Canada if the former reality television star is elected president.

Mexico Predicts Strong Holy Week Travel
The numbers are beginning to give tourism officials a clear sign that Holy Week travel in the country is up over last year. The state of Guerrero is already reporting an increase of tourists.

Visa Partners With U.S.-China Tourism Year Campaign
Visa has signed on as a strategic partner in the landmark collaboration between the U.S. and China National Tourism Administration. The group will provide a year-long series of events aimed to enhance tourism and other aspects.

Will Road to Mighty Tourism Campaign Give You Goosebumps?
Utah’s new tourism campaign television commercials go beyond its famed national parks to highlight many other state wonders as well as the many adventurous activities the state has to offer.


Head to Scotland to stay in these country manor houses perched on wooded estates, stunning lochs, along rugged coastline and tucked into hillsides. They basically embody what fairytales are made of. 

What is the best way to #FindYourPark? 10 tours to help visitors experience the best of the U.S. National Parks Service as the centennial celebration gets into full swing. 

Escape games are all the rage in London these days. They are popping up all over and HintHunt is where the fun all started. Are you ready to lock yourself in a room for an hour to see if you can escape? 

Russian news agency TASS has announced that St. Petersburg is the best Russian tourism destination. However, TripAdvisor puts the city in the number eight spot on its Europe rankings and 14th internationally.

Kids too sick to travel can still see the world thanks to virtual reality. St. Judes Children’s Hospital and Expedia are bringing the world to life for the many children battling illnesses that prevent them from traveling. 


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