October 1, 2016

Sustainable Adventure Tops Tour Trends

A recent report from the Center for Responsible Travel revealed that sustainable travel once again outpaced the rest of the tourism industry as demand for more socially and environmentally focused tours continue to thrive.


Most Americans Still Wary of Visiting Cuba

While almost nearly half the American population may have an interest in traveling to Cuba following the U.S. easing of travel restrictions and improved diplomatic relations, a survey by Allianz Global Assistance found 70 percent were currently unlikely to do so. Top reasons? Safety concerns, lack of traveler information and trepidation over visiting a communist country.


Cruises that Raise the Bar on Infotainment

People may love cruise vacations for endless seas, the packing in of new sights, having fun, getting active, taking a break from work and life, and spending time with family and friends. But along the way, they often get more than they expected: such as a new skill, a new found passion or new self discoveries.


Hotel Hot Spots for Luxe Travel in Indochina

Fantasies of luxury travel in Indochina come in many colors. Consider a private island off the coast of Cambodia in the Gulf of Thailand. Or a cold, tall gin and tonic on the terrace off the suite watching the barges along the River of Kings. Driving in a chauffeured Bentley through the colorful and chaotic streets of Ho Chi Minh City works as well.



Eau Palm Beach for Gal Pal Getaways 

By Stacey Zable

The Forbes Five Star, AAA Five Diamond Eau Palm Beach Resort and Spa launched in early 2014 on seven oceanfront acre that were once the grounds of the Ritz Carlton Palm Beach. Now find redesigned guest rooms with the bright accents of Jonathan Adler. A member of Preferred Hotels and Resorts Legend Collection, agents will want to consider this property as a great spot to suggest for a gal pal getaways for these five reasons ...


Going Solo... Top Spots for lone Wanderers 

Why Wander Alone?

Have you ever dipped into a gourmet meal with a group of business associates? How much of that plate did you actually taste? Traveling alone is having a feast all to yourself. You taste every morsel and when the taste runs its course, you sample something else. You see the colors, feel the textures, smell the scents, hear the percussions. These are not things that slip by because you are always engaging in conversation or worried that a travel partner may not be having such a good time. You are in control and you can come and go as you please. For many travelers, it will be the only time that such things are possible...


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