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A New Luxury Retreat in Nicaragua: Nekupe

If you build a high-end luxury resort in the middle of nowhere in Central America, will the wealthy travelers come? Time will tell for the new Nekupe lodge, but those looking for a fresh experience will find plenty to like.  There are only a few sizable luxury resorts in Nicaragua, most of them situated in [&hellip

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Luxury Real Estate in Pedasi and the Azuero Peninsula in Panama

There are many favored locations in Panama for wealthy home buyers, but the Azuero Peninsula is the prime choice for those who want to be close to the ocean and away from the capital city. Panama has long been a haven for foreign real estate investors thanks to a variety of incentives for expatriates and [&hellip

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What Kind of Experience Does the Adventure Traveler Want?

Do you consider yourself an adventure traveler? What does “adventure travel” mean to you? I’ve been on adventure tours that felt like they were going to kill me, then others where I barely broke a sweat. Two organizations that care deeply about how you reconcile the differences recently ran a survey of 8,000 active travelers [&hellip

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Luxury Real Estate in the Gateway to Latin America

What’s the top city for doing business in Latin America? It’s not Mexico City, or Panama City, or Sao Paulo. The largest Latin American office for many multinationals and marketing companies is often not on foreign soil—it’s in Miami, Florida. The Gateway to Latin America offers flights to every country in the region and is [&hellip

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Americans Will Spend $100 Billion on Travel This Year

You see plenty in the press about how much vacation time Americans leave on the table, but the sheer size of this market still makes the USA a formidable force on the travel spending stage. Results from the most recent Vacation Confidence Index from Allianz Travel Insurance found that Americans will top the $100 billion [&hellip

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An Update on Luxury Real Estate in San Miguel de Allende

Like most markets dominated by U.S. buyers, San Miguel de Allende saw real estate prices take a dive at the end of the last decade. When I looked at properties and toured homes in our original luxury real estate story on the Mexican city, prices had dropped 20-30% because of the U.S. housing and financial [&hellip

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