Described by virtually everyone the FAM group encountered as a safe and crime-free destination, The Palm Beaches isn’t without the occasional hazard.
“Watch out for falling coconuts!” Eva Damato, senior account executive, Leisure Sales at Discover The Palm Beaches, exclaimed laughing... more ›
This week PressToday is on the road discovering The Palm Beaches, Florida along with a group of Ontario-based travel agents.
“Some people think it’s just a stretch of beach but it’s made up of 39 municipalities and 47 miles of beaches,” Paul Larcher, account director for Discover The... more ›
California’s Hidden Gem Sparkles For Visitors
It all started with a desire to escape winter — and a dream of being citrus farmers.
After a particularly miserable winter, Julia Long, the founder of Pasadena Walking Tours, explained that Pasadena as we know it today was founded by a group of people from Indiana who searched high and low... more ›
The 29th Jamaica Product Exchange — considered the most important business generator for Jamaica's tourism industry — is currently underway in Montego Bay, Jamaica.
“Japex is the our major marketplace which creates an opportunity to meet with our tour operators and hotel partners,”... more ›
“Ein Prosit, ein Prosit der Gemütlichkeit.”
The beer was flowing and the scent of fresh pretzels lingered as a group of local musicians started playing the popular German drinking song. But rather than Munich, we found ourselves in a shoreside party tent in the small town of Vilshofen –... more ›
The Bahamas is coming off a record year for tourism with almost half a million more visitors in the books for 2018 versus 2017.
“The tourism sector in the Bahamas has boomed. The growth in visitor arrivals have been nothing short of exceptional,” Dionisio D’Aguilar, Minister of Tourism... more ›
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 ›