Will the joy and exhilaration of travel return after the COVID-19 pandemic? Yes, but with a new value proposition built around safe and secure travel.
Fan tourists' loyalty to specific sites and locations may be a valuable asset in kickstarting UK tourism.
Sea levels could be two metres higher by 2100. How will our relationship to the drowned coast change?
The Hagia Sophia is important in Turkey as a symbol of nation's changing identity since the Byzantine empire. However, it also holds significance globally as a Unesco site and tourist attraction.
There has always been a strand running through P.E.I.'s history of some Islanders expressing ambivalence, displeasure or outright hostility towards the tourists and tourism that the island relies on.
A close look at Florida's economy shows just how vulnerable the state and its population are to a pandemic, and some of the reasons state officials hesitate to take action.
Naples holds an enduring – and ambiguous – place in cultural representations of Italy.
They're more used to taking visitors to the reefs, but COVID-19 gave tour operators time to help check the condition of the corals. What they found doesn't bode well.
Airlines seem largely unconcerned about the long-term implications of their refusal to issue refunds to passengers during the COVID-19 pandemic, and risk alienating customers permanently.
An opportunity to make the island's main industry more diverse.
The travel crisis caused by COVID-19 is also an opportunity to end the worst excesses of international tourism for good.
Understanding the different types of visitors and how they navigate museums can help these institutions reopen safely.
A new study evaluates what South African landowners who run trophy hunting operations would do in the event of a hunting ban.
Dark tourism can help shine a commemorative light on the pandemic that has gripped society.
It is a good time to ask how the travel and tourism industry has contributed to racism and how that can change.
Tourist businesses are having to shift from focusing on international visitors to domestic ones.
Tourists and homeless people share many common spaces, but homeless people are seen as being out of place.
Developing countries that depend heavily on tourists need international support, and more sustainable offerings for the future.
Many Australians would like to engage with Indigenous people and history but say they don't know how. Taking an Indigenous tour is one way to do this and take responsibility for reconciliation.
Pressure is growing to include struggling Pacific nations in an Australia-New Zealand travel bubble, but economic diversity is what the region really needs.