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The places on the list include small towns such as Bled, Slovenia, and large provinces such as Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Here are the US State Department travel advisories for every Caribbean vacation spot. It's worth checking these alerts before booking your next trip.
The ride-hailing app compiled the list, which is topped by Mexico, using data from its rider's behavior.
The FBI says at least 3 American tourists died of natural causes in the Dominican Republic, not tainted alcohol
This year saw a spate of tourist deaths that sparked fears over tainted alcohol or other mysterious conditions before the investigation was launched.
The Dominican Republic’s tourism minister and hospitality execs lashed out at ‘fake news’ over ‘erroneous’ coverage of t...
Tourism minister Francisco Javier Garcia said he wants the "the truth to come out" regarding the deaths of tourists in the Dominican Republic.
Methanol is colorless, odorless, and responsible for at least 19 deaths in Costa Rica. Here’s how to protect yourself from tainted booze when tr...
Order drinks you're familiar with, keep your cocktails in sight, and don't go out alone. If caught in time, methanol poisoning is treatable.
A Delaware woman who said she was beaten unconscious while staying at a Dominican Republic resort is suing the hotel for $3 million
Tammy Lawrence-Daley, of Wilmington, Delaware, is suing the Majestic Elegance resort in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, for $3 million.
17 seemingly suspicious cases of tourists getting sick, assaulted, and dying in the Dominican Republic since June 2018
At least 13 Americans have died in the Dominican Republic under suspicious circumstances since June 2018.
Tracy Jerome Jester, 31, died on the island on March 17. The official cause of death was "respiratory illness."
A US congressman wants better food and drink standards in the Dominican Republic after several US tourist deaths
US Rep. Adriano Espaillat, who was born in the Dominican Republic, visited the country from July 1 to July 6 to evaluate its tourism situation.