Latin-Mexico
Destination Britain Americas’ annual event was held outside of the U.S. for the first time this year, and the host hotel was the five star, Paradisus La Perla in Playa Del Carmen. Just a 45-minute drive from Cancun airport and a 5-minute taxi ride to lively Playa Del Carmen, Paradisus La Perla was the perfect choice to host this event.

Published in November - December

Latin-Cabos
Celebrated artists, filmmakers and A-list personalities from around the world will converge on Los Cabos for the 4th annual edition of the Los Cabos International Film Festival this November 11-15, 2015 as the specter of Hurricane Odile fades into the latest reports of recovery, rejuvenation and a renaissance for the Baja California Sur Corridor.

Published in September - October

Latin-Chile
It’s a long sliver of a country located in the southwestern part of South America. With a diverse landscape, the country of Chile’s agricultural valleys at the foot of the Andes Mountains and the Pacific Ocean help drive a strong wine and food industry that is definitely worth a visit
to discover.

Published in September - October

latin-colombiaApproximately nine months ago JetBlue, the leading airline connection between Latin America and the United States for the past 14 years, launched a new route between Fort Lauderdale and Cartagena, the picturesque colonial city on Colombia’s Caribbean coast.  Giselle Cortés, director of Blue Cities for JetBlue stated, “JetBlue is pleased to offer our U.S. customers even more travel options by adding the Fort Lauderdale-Cartagena route. Cartagena is less than three hours away from Florida, making it a convenient option for vacationers or travelers who do business in Latin America.” Cortés continued to state, “JetBlue will continue to promote Colombia as a viable destination from the U.S. and strives to offer the best U.S. air service to the country.” This new route, offered daily, will serve as an addition to the pre-existing flight connection between Rafael Nunez Airport in Colombia and John F. Kennedy airport in New York (this flight became active in 2012).

Published in July - August

latin-brazil
As the whole country of Brazil gears up for next year’s summer games, Olympic game tickets went on sale at the end of March with an estimated 7.5 million tickets being offered to visitors who want to take part in Olympic history. Already, ticket sales are off to a good start, with Brazilian fans having applied for 1.2 million tickets for the Games. So far, the top 10 most sought-after events are artistic gymnastics, swimming, athletics, tennis, beach volleyball, judo and handball.

Published in May - June

latin-hondorus
There is no getting past the fact that visitors to the island of Roatan will overlook some negative news reports in exchange for a trip to what is known as a diver and snorkelers dream. Roatan, the largest and most developed of the Bay Islands, has an abundance of natural beauty. There is just enough “new” here to make it a safe destination hotspot, and has not yet been overrun with too many tourists.

Published in May - June

LATIN-peru
In the land around the Sacred Valley of Peru, life is happening everywhere you look. Kids lead piggies on lengths of twine. Women walk the roads working yarn spindles with their hands. Men carry bundles of grass down from the mountains to add strength to their bricks, for it is brick-making season in the Sacred Valley. Warm sun, and a lack of rain are perfect brick making conditions.

Published in March - April

LATIN-belize
A rising star on destination wish lists, Belize seems to have it all, inviting visitors to enjoy its sun-drenched shores and crystal-blue waters, tropical rainforests, and ancient ruins. Belize is a small country of about 341,000 people, located in Central America, between Mexico and Guatemala. With most direct flights lasting 4.5 hours or less, Belize is just a hop, skip, and a jump from the United States. Additionally, the country’s official language is English, making it ideal for tourists who want to experience the Latin American and Caribbean cultures, but who are not fluent in Spanish.

Published in March - April

Latin-MayaOne of the most popular tourist destinations in Mexico, the Riviera Maya extends along the Caribbean coast of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula from Puerto Morelos to the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve. Once home to small fishing villages, the Riviera Maya coastline has since been developed into a modern tourist attraction, with everything from all-inclusive resorts and boutique hotels to fine dining. An ideal vacation destination, the Riviera Maya is home to some of the most stunningly beautiful beaches in all of Mexico with expansive stretches of powdery white sand and the clear turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea. The Riviera Maya is home to the world’s second largest coral reef just a short distance offshore. With the Mayan ruins of Tulum and Coba nearby, the region is truly a perfect destination for sightseeing, water sports and all around sun worshipping.

Published in January - February

Latin-Argentina
While an economic downturn may be bad news for Argentina, it’s very good news for travelers, so there’s no better time to suggest Argentina to your clients. The highly favorable exchange rate isn’t the only reason to urge them to choose this South
American destination.

Published in January - February
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