G Adventures Making Travel A Force For Good
Minutes away from the most visited landmark in India is a small unassuming café without prices on the menu, writes assistant editor, Ann Ruppenstein in this week's Travel Courier cover story.
After admiring the Taj Mahal and learning about the love story behind the iconic white mausoleum,... more ›
Canadian agents and suppliers were among those celebrated at the annual Travel Leaders Network EDGE (Educate, Discover, Gather, Evolve) conference at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in National Harbor, Washington, DC.
“The Power of the Partnership Awards recognize our top... more ›
With destinations continuing to focus on increasing year-over-year visitor arrivals and agencies on increasing their bottom line, Travel Leaders Group CEO Ninan Chacko believes those in the travel industry can take a more active role on combatting overtourism.
“We’re a little bit drunk on... more ›
With such iconic landmarks as Mt. Hood, the Columbia River gorge – one of the top places in the world to windsurf – and Crater Lake, it's no wonder Oregon is attracting adventure seekers like never before, writes assistant editor, Greg Coates in this week's Travel Courier cover... more ›
Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) has enhanced the joy of cruising in Alaska with the deployment of the newly “revitalized” Norwegian Joy to The Last Frontier, joining sister ship Norwegian Bliss, reports assistant editor, Greg Coates in this week's Travel Courier.
Joy recently completed its... more ›
The counties of Devon and Cornwall in England were the featured destinations of a recent overland journey by 16 Canadian tour operators taking part in this year's ExploreGB fam trip and trade show event.
The five-day program gave the reps insight to the wide variety of attractions available... more ›
History Comes Alive In Santo Domingo
As the oldest continually inhabited European settlement in the Americas, Santo Domingo is home to a lot of firsts, writes assistant editor Ann Ruppenstein in this week's Travel Courier cover story.
“We’re going to the city Christopher Columbus loved the most,” announced tour guide... more ›
Team Canada is off and running at the 2019 Oregon Road Rally, winning Day 1’s scavenger hunt by taking the best original selfies at historic locations in Oregon City.
The fourth edition of the annual Oregon Road Rally started with a two-day pre-fam in Portland and is now travelling through... more ›
A group of Canadian tour operators visiting England for a fam tour and trade conference spent the first part of their trip discovering attractions in the counties of Devon and Cornwall, on both land and water.
A cross-country sprint from London Heathrow to Devon ended in the sprawling Bovey... more ›
Agents Play A Vital Role In D.R. Tourism Growth
The Dominican Republic is coming off a record-breaking year for tourism, thanks in large part to Canadians, reports assistant editor, Ann Ruppenstein in this week's digital edition of Canadian Travel Press.
Speaking at the recent 20th Dominican Annual Tourism Exchange (DATE) in Punta Cana,... more ›