- WISH YOU WERE HERE... // Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals;1/28/2005, Issue 1754, p29
The article presents experiences of various travellers to the Maldives when Tsunami struck the area. Matthew Miles who stayed at Kuredu Resort said there was no damage or cause for concern here. The British press helped as it just lumped the Maldives in with other affected areas said Julie...
- HOT ink. // Library Media Connection;Apr/May2005, Vol. 23 Issue 7, p64
Reports that Capstone Press will publish â€œTsunamis,â€ a limited edition title, in response to the devastation caused by the 2004 tsunami in South Asia.
- Impact of the Tsunami: A Year Later. Foster, Camie // Travel Agent;1/2/2006, Vol. 323 Issue 11, p10
The article analyzes the improvement in the tourism industry in Sri Lanka and Thailand after Tsunami on December 26, 2004. Sri Lanka has reported an 8 percent increase in visitors in the first nine months of 2005 as compared to the first three quarters of 2004. The Thailand government pans to...
- Brits top list to Maldives. // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;12/16/2005, Issue 2695, p6
The article reports that British holidaymakers have become the leading source of visitors in the Maldives. The figure was twenty-six percent down on the same period last 2004, but Britons proved that they are more resilient to the impact of the tsunami than most markets, aided by the support of...
- IN BRIEF. // Australian Gourmet Traveller;Nov2009, Vol. 9 Issue 11, p191
This section offers news briefs related to tourist trade. The tourist economy of Samoa is expected to slow down due to the tsunami which wiped out many of the island Upolu's south coast resorts. A limited package is being offered by the Intercontinental Sydney, the official partner to The...
- Recovery in full swing. Bayes, Robin // Travel Trade;5/4/2005, p23
Reports on the recovery of Thailand's tourism industry after the tsunami disaster. Support for post-tsunami recovery efforts from travel wholesalers and agents; Components of the tourism recovery efforts.
- Tourist trade picks up the pieces. Carter, Ben // Marketing (00253650);1/12/2005, p19
The article focuses on tsunami-affected nations that must tread a sensitive, but practical, path toward tourism recovery. In Thailand, where the tsunami killed more than 5000 people across the tourist hot-spot of Phuket, its neighboring islands and the luxurious Khao Lak resort, the government...
- Off The Charts. // Conde Nast Traveler;Sep2013, Vol. 48 Issue 9, p118
The article features on islands located across the ocean between Grenada and St. Vincent in West Indies. The plan mapped out starts from the home base of Carriacou heading out to Bequia and slowly going back south stopping by Mustique and dropping by Mayreau. It cites the island of Carriacou...
- January has been a bit of a mixed bag. Williams, Amanda // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;1/28/2005, Issue 2650, p15
Comments on the condition of the travel industry in Great Britain. Impact of tsunami on post-Christmas holiday sale. Decline of the overall market; List of top five destinations in terms of volume.