Heritage Tourism: It All Probably Began With Cleopatra

I like to think it all began more than 2,000 years ago when the Egyptian Queen, Cleopatra, enticed first Julius Caesar, then Marc Antony, on a lavish cruise along the fertile agricultural banks of the Nile River to show off the royal splendors of Luxor’s Valley of the...

How India Has Become A Booming Supplier Of Outbound Tourists

I first visited India in 1990.  At the time, the tourism marketplace was constrained and travel was primarily limited to the very wealthy.  Over the next two decades, the hotel development opportunities I pursued on Marriott International’s behalf were slow and...