Trump's travel ban proposals and his anti-immigration rhetoric have worsened the U.S.'s image in other countries, according to experts.
"The only stars and stripes you'll have to see are in the sky and on a zebra."
Simulated knife attacks, ferocious dogs, automatic weapons... and reduced prices for children.
President Donald Trump's anti-immigration rhetoric and policies have kept millions of people from visiting the U.S. and cost the economy potentially billions of dollars, analysts say.
The island nation's government ousted Mohamed Nasheed in 2012, now they are facing calls for a boycott of the tourism industry.
The order was "very unexpected" and "devastating news," one Chinese tour operator said.
The moves follow U.S. claims that its officials in Havana have suffered serious harm from "sonic attacks."
North Korea's new tourism agency, run with help from the embassy, will offer Russians deals to visit "one of the safest countries in the world."
American Green Inc. purchases the tiny town of Nipton for $5 million.
The U.S. travel ban to North Korea will enter into effect on September 1.
A grassroots tourist industry could revitalize a community battered by geopolitical disaster since Egypt's 2011 revolution.
Russia annexed Crimea in 2014 with lofty tourism targets, but bookings for 2017 are reportedly down 30 percent.
A month since the death of American tourist Otto Warmbier, who had suffered brain damage while under arrest in North Korea, the country shows the world what it has to offer, besides imprisonment.
Authorities have canceled medical leave for hospital staff and bought new hospital beds to try to deal with the crisis.
The capital, Asmara, is now a world heritage site. But will more people visit Africa's most secretive state?
Medical travel is becoming more popular as millions of Americans fear losing their health care coverage or face long waiting times.
The cruise ship will have an ice rink, a robo-bartender, and a 10-story waterslide.
Zimbabwe's tourism minister says the project will create billions in investment and help the country shed its "bad boy" image in the international community.
The president has invoked "God's help" to free Cuba, but religious leaders disagree with his new policy. And they aren't the only ones.