Total visitors dropped by 2 percent in 2016 from the previous year, and their spending fell by 1 percent.
It's a tale of two towns — one in Alaska and the other in British Columbia. The Canadian border agency plans to close the border crossing overnight leaving residents in this community stranded.
Temporary foreign workers are the backbone of seasonal resort towns. But a new law in Canada is making it harder to hire them, upsetting local business owners who say they won't have the workforce they need during peak tourist season.
The Brazilian city of Fortaleza is building the largest aquarium in South America, and much of the funding is coming from the US. It's all designed to boost the city's tourism economy, but can a massive new aquarium deliver benefits to Fortalezans?
Ice forms because it's cold, right? Not at the Coudersport Ice Mine in Pennslyvania, where ice only develops in the summer. The attraction recently reopened for business after a 25-year hiatus — and no one really knows for sure how it works.
Favelas are known as Brazil's poorest and most violent neighborhoods. But they're also becoming a low-cost alternative for World Cup fans seeking cheap rooms and a glimpse of the real Brazil.
As I looked at the list of places to travel in 2014, I was inspired to make a visualization presenting some fun city choices.
Al Capone is a big tourist attraction in Chicago. He's on tours, trinkets and t-shirts. So what do Colombian immigrants make of the prospect of their public enemy number one, Pablo Escobar, becoming a tourist industry?
The city of canals welcomes up to a dozen massive cruise ships a day. They are critical for the city's economy, but critics say the ships are endangering the fragile canal and the city itself.