Tag: Fall

International Tourist Numbers Could Fall 60-80% in 2020, UNWTO Reports

  • International tourism down 22% in Q1 and could decline by 60-80% over the whole year
  • 67 million fewer international tourists up to March translates into US$80 billion in lost exports
  • UNWTO has outlined three possible future scenarios depending on how the crisis unfolds

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a 22% fall in international tourist arrivals during the first quarter of 2020, the latest data from the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) shows. According to the United Nations specialized agency, the crisis could lead to an annual decline of between 60% and 80% when compared with 2019 figures. This

20 state parks for fall camping within a day’s trip from San Antonio

SAN ANTONIO – It’s officially fall and temperatures are (slowly) dropping, meaning it’s the time of year when it’s pleasant enough to head outdoors without immediately bursting into a sweat.

And with the majority of Texans stuck indoors during the coronavirus pandemic, crisp and fresh air will give social distancers a nice respite from the confinements of their homes — as well as the ever-evolving news cycle of 2020.

We’ve compiled a list of Texas state parks around the San Antonio area that are perfect for a quick autumn outdoor getaway.

Overnight camping is now allowed at these parks

5 Fall Camping Deals: Tents, Jackets, Fire Pits, and More

We’re less than a week away from the first day of fall. If you’ve only gone camping in the summer (or you’ve never gone camping), now’s the perfect time to pick up chilly-weather gear and discover my favorite camping season. Seriously, fall is the best time to grab a few friends (in your quarantine bubble) or pack the family into a tent in the woods for a weekend. It’s not blisteringly hot and it’s not frigidly cold. We’ve found five last-minute camping deals to make the forest feel like home.

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