International Travel Show in NYC Oct 28-30 Showcases Offerings, Innovations for Travelers

With tourists and travelers of all stripes returning to the skies, seas, roads, excitement is building for the International Travel Show, where travel industry players showcase their offerings and innovations. The International Travel Show will celebrate “The Future of Travel” from Friday, Oct. 28, for trade professionals and Saturday, Oct. 29 and Sunday, Oct. 30, for travelers, at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City. 

Hotels & Resorts: An international leader for sustainable tourism, family-run Iberostar Hotels & Resorts offers 100 properties around the world;  Sandos Hotels & Resorts’ all-inclusive resorts in Spain and Mexico; Mexico-based Palace Resorts nine all-inclusive luxury properties; Le Blanc Spa Resorts in Cancun and Los Cabos are adults-only award winners from Trip Advisor and a Readers’ Choice from Condé Nast Traveler.

Cruise Lines: MSC Cruises; Celebrity Cruises; Royal Caribbean International; and small ship travel company, Viking, offering  river, ocean, and expedition voyages on every continent, has 250+ awards, including a 2022 Travel + Leisure “World’s Best” and 2021 Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice.

Tours and Expeditions: Australia-based Aurora Expeditions, an innovator for 30 years, has a World Travel Award as “World’s Leading Polar Expedition”. The Travel Corporation provides travel experiences of a lifetime from a family of 40 award-winning travel and hospitality brands across 70 countries around the globe. Secret Italia Tours is a family boutique tour company offering tours throughout Italy and Europe, from small group and private tours, to gulet cruises and custom itineraries. The Travel Bureau of Nepal organizes treks, expeditions, canyoning, culture tours, Shaman tours and trips to Tibet, Bhutan, and Ladakh in India.


I Love New York (ILNY), a sponsor of the travel show, is showcasing destinations including Finger Lakes Regional Tourism Council offering hiking, biking, wine tasting and more; and the Catskills such as Sullivan County Visitors Association. Across the Hudson River, the New Jersey Division of Travel & Tourism makes sure the Garden State blooms with visitors, vacationers, and tour groups. Florida will be all over the International Travel Show with Visit Tampa Bay, the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau, and Visit Central Florida.  Sweet Home Alabama is the Alabama Tourism Department tourism promotion effort.

The Caribbean is well represented by The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism,  St. Martin and St. Maarten,  Antigua and Barbuda Ministry of Tourism, The British Virgin Islands Tourist and the Jamaica Tourist Board .

Asia is represented by Tourism Malaysia and Wonderful Indonesia. Farther afield, Visit Estonia represents a small country with over 2,000 islands and Tallinn, its capital, one of the best-preserved medieval cities in Northern Europe.

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