The term “emerging” implies that a destination might have had problems in the past—like an insufficient infrastructure, or destination management companies that were not quite up to speed—but that’s not always the case. Sometimes, it just hasn’t made it onto the radar yet for U.S. groups. Other times, it might have undergone a period of financial or political instability and then reached a point at which these things were no longer issues. Take the ...

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