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The COVID-19 resurgence on the Outer Cape has triggered the closures of the two visitor centers at the Cape Cod National Seashore.
As coronavirus concerns ease, Volusia County tourism officials and hoteliers report the subsequent surge in visitors has yielded a welcome spike in daily hotel room rates.
Red tide has made its presence devastatingly known over the past several days in Pinellas County, where, to the horror of residents, Tropical Storm Elsa washed tons of dead fish ashore in the St. Petersburg area.
So how was your visit to the beaches in Destin? The city wants to know.
On the site of a proposed mixed-use development in Williamsburg, a temporary climate change-themed miniature golf course has opened.
New technology and changing habits may keep beachgoers safe as the local great white population grows.
The Palmetto State needs to diversify its destinations, not force taxpayers to subsidize tourism advertising that doesn’t move the needle …
Waves break on the empty tourist beach of Patong on Phuket, southern Thailand, Tuesday, June 29, 2021. Thailand's government will begin the "Phuket Sandbox" scheme to bring the tourists back to Phuket starting July 1. Even though coronavirus numbers are again rising around the rest of Thailand and prompting new lockdown measures, officials say there's too much at stake not to forge ahead with the plan to reopen the island to fully-vaccinated travelers.
Wielding a $734,000 budget, the marketing apparatus of Wrightsville Beach is prepared to make gains after a year of lockdowns and social restrictions. Overseen by the Wilmington and Beaches Convention and Visitors Bureau, this year’s marketing budget for the beach town represents a 22.5% increase compared to two years ago.
Great whites have returned to Cape Cod. Can new tools help beachgoers predict the likelihood that a shark is nearby?
It’s a little pricier to park at Misquamicut State Beach in Westerly under price hikes approved by state lawmakers that are now officially in effect.
Cruise ships kill whales, leak gray water, and are largely exempt from US taxation. When they violate the law, they pay the equivalent of a parking ticket
Tourism officials on the Treasure Coast are seeing tourism rates bounce back after the pandemic.
Miles of barrier islands, beaches, and bays create a Texas-big wonderland for sun-and-surf experiences.
Business owners in beach towns are struggling to hire staff to keep up with summer tourists.
Restaurateur finds a creative response to a messy problem
A scramble by Parisians for homes in France's picturesque southwestern Basque region is fanning a nationalist backlash in a region with a troubled past.
A system of little-known public lands protecting sensitive coastal habitats generates significant economic impacts for local communities in Florida. That’s the finding of a new study of four National Estuarine Research Reserve System sites in Florida and Oregon.
42 Carnival-owned cruise ships are resuming operations including from operations across the U.S., Caribbean and Europe.
Environmentalists and tourism operators on Mexico's Caribbean coast are complaining about mounds of foul-smelling sargassum—a seaweed-like algae—that are piling up on beaches and turning turquoise waters brown.
Tatarstan tourists have faced with congestion of the central beaches in Sochi, Anapa and Crimea
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said Thursday that the growing bloom of red tide spreading around parts of Southwest Florida and Tampa Bay is not like the one that devastated the region in 2018.
Some people who live in east Maui say the famed Road to Hana is becoming a gridlocked maze of illegally parked cars driven by tourists.
The islands has been feeling the weight of a tourism industry that has ballooned to what many believe is beyond the islands’ capacity
On the eastern shore of Lake Ontario, this looked like the year everything would finally turn around for Cathy Goodnough and the marina that’s been the family business for 116 years. Greene Pointe Marina at Sandy Pond had been destroyed in the flood of 2017, rebuilt, and raised up at a cost of more than $1.2 million, only to be damaged again by flooding in 2019.