Cheapflights.ca's Top Five Hots Spots All Southern Destinations
In anticipation of the rush for spring getaways, the travel experts at Cheapflights.ca asked its data team to see which destinations jumped in popularity for Canadians looking to travel in March, and the five destinations to make Cheapflights.ca’s Top 5 March Travel Hot Spots are all southern... more ›
Holland America Line (HAL) is rewarding travel agents who act now and make a group booking by April 30 with two bonus points through its Group Amenities Program (GAP).
The additional points add extra value, enabling agents to include more incentives to their group booking such as a cocktail... more ›
Record 14.2 Million Overnight Visitors Visit in 2013
Miami is on a hot streak. Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) president & CEO William D. Talbert, III, (pictured) reports that Travel and Tourism’s overnight visitors to Greater Miami and the Beaches for 2013 surpassed another benchmark with a record-breaking 14.2... more ›
Seven-night circumnavigation sailings return in December
Midway through its successful inaugural season, Cuba Cruise, affiliated with Louis Cruises, has announced new sailing details for the 2014/2015 season.
The Canadian company launches its much-anticipated second season with seven-night circumnavigation sailings embarking every Monday from... more ›
Carnival Cruise Lines has revamped its popular wedding program – upgrading everything from floral arrangements, decorations and photography to new culinary selections and an even greater variety of romantic on-island ceremonies – allowing couples to make their “big day” even more... more ›
Vail Resorts, Inc. has expanded its epic partnership to one of the snowiest and most celebrated ski resorts in the world – Niseko, Japan.
The new partnership represents the first Asian partner for the company, adding even more significance to the best valued pass in the snow sports... more ›
Air-sea travellers will find Port Everglades a little more convenient later this year when a second runway at neighbouring Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) opens in September.
The new 2,400-metre runway will help improve flight times and reduce delays at FLL, one of the... more ›
Hawaiian Legacy Hardwoods has launched forest tree planting tours, inviting guests to walk in the footsteps of Hawaiian royalty and make a meaningful contribution to the restoration of Hawaii’s first koa tree Legacy Forest.
Each guest is invited to plant a special koa tree seedling, as... more ›
One of the bigger cruise ships on the seas will soon make its way to Vancouver for the first time -- after getting some corrective surgery on its tallest masts.
The Celebrity Solstice is scheduled to sail on the Alaska route from Vancouver this summer, bringing its capacity of 2,850... more ›
But Survey Reveals Ontario Business Travel Expected To Decline
The latest results from the 2014 HAC Canadian Travel Intentions Survey show that business and leisure travel is projected to remain the same as last year.
Eighty-one per cent of business travellers will be travelling more or the same for business in 2014. The exception is Ontario, where... more ›