In 2021, Holland America Line has a full season of cruises and Land+Sea Journeys planned for Alaska in 2021.
From April through September, six premium ships will take guests on authentic Alaska experiences throughout the Great Land.
Guests can embark on Holland America Line’s cruises to... more ›
Beginning Oct. 24, when Antigua’s Curtain Bluff opens for its 59th season, visitors headed to the island will be able to call the storied resort home by taking advantage of Antigua’s new Nomad Digital Residence visa program.
The visas allow visitors to “live and move freely” across... more ›
Agent Takes Colleagues, Customers On A Virtual Journey
Vision Travel specialist, Tracy Turberfield took a group of Canadians on a virtual tour of Antigua & Barbuda and they didn’t have to leave the comfort of their living rooms.
Recognizing that her clients can’t wait for their next trip, Turberfield created Live-Virtual Vacation... more ›
Saint Lucia is welcoming Canadian visitors back this fall with Air Canada Vacations starting on Nov. 7, 2020. The first flight back to Saint Lucia will depart from Toronto after nearly eight months of no air service as a result of the COVID-19 global pandemic.
Air Canada will resume its... more ›
9 Predictions From Booking.com On The Future of Travel
There’s no doubt that the world has been and is continuing to be reshaped by the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and in releasing its predictions for travel in 2021 and beyond, Booking.com notes that innovation within the travel industry will accelerate faster than ever to respond to... more ›
Vacationing in Kissimmee, Florida, can provide some creature comforts.
The Central Florida destination says its proximity to nearby Orlando -- Kissimmee is 25 minutes from Orlando International Airport -- enables those holidaying in Kissimmee to easily visit Orlando-area attractions, among... more ›
Operator Unveils Six New Brochures, Hundreds Of Experiences, Itineraries
With more Canadians opting to travel within Canada this year and early next year, TravelBrands has created six new brochures showcasing travel across the country.
From winter holidays to self-driving tours, the newly released brochures are designed to both inspire travellers and to assist... more ›
Global Crisis Committee Says Coordination Is Key To Recovery For Tourism
According to the UNWTO Global Tourism Crisis Committee, consistent and harmonized travel protocols, enhanced safety measures and the protection of jobs and livelihoods are the main ingredients needed for the restart of tourism.
During its sixth meeting, the committee reminded participants of... more ›
EU Has Removed Canada From Its Travel ‘White List’
The European Union has now removed Canada from its travel ‘white list.’
That list indicates which travellers from which countries are approved to visit the EU without COVID-19 restrictions being applied.
In a prepared statement following a meeting of representatives from the 27 EU... more ›
Resort Providing ‘Near Normal’ Experience To Sun-Seekers
Since it re-opened in July, The Crane Resort, Barbados has perfected its protocols for guests amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, making it easier than ever for Canadians to enjoy a safe vacation in Barbados.
Naturally built for social distancing, the expansive resort has been leading the charge... more ›