The Travel Agent Next Door travel agent partners just completed the second annual 9-week FIT TRIP fitness challenge campaign that also raised funds for Pencils for Kids.
Partner travel agents raised $6,980 and TTAND topped that amount up to $10,000 – enough to fund half the cost of... more ›
Globus Family Of Brands Lighthouse Project Partners With Trees4Travel
The Globus family of brands’ Lighthouse Project – which was launched back in April of 2021 – is branching out with a new partnership with Trees4Travel.
As part of the new partnership, Avalon Waterways will offset the carbon footprint of every guest’s cruise experience in 2022 by... more ›
Annual Event Will Raise Funds For Group’s 24th School In Jamaica
Take a walk with the Helping Hands Jamaica Foundation (HHJF) on Sept. 26 in Toronto.
HHJF is gearing up to safely welcome approximately 50 of its supporters to participate in its annual 5KM physically distanced walk - Jam-walk just before September ends.
The outdoor tented Courtyard Patio... more ›
American Express Global Business Travel (GBT) and Cvent have created a new set of sourcing questions to help drive corporate responsibility within the business travel and meetings sector.
The new questions aim to standardize and increase the availability of sustainability and diversity,... more ›
Planeterra has launched its second annual Planeterra Trek Challenge, encouraging travel-lovers to work together to support a more equal recovery of tourism post-COVID, putting communities at the centre of their efforts.
Building on the success of last year’s trek to Everest Base Camp,... more ›
For many, a sunny getaway in Los Cabos is simply about an escape to warmer climes, but tourism authorities have been pursuing green travel initiatives to make those getaways that much better and, in the process, help in the battle against climate change.
With 42% of its total territory... more ›
Hawai‘i Finds A New Guiding Principle On Its Path To Effect Positive Change
In an exclusive conversation with CTP’s executive editor, Bob Mowat, the president and CEO of the Hawai‘i Tourism Authority, John De Fries relates the destination’s COVID-19 story. While the pandemic had far-reaching effects on the industry, it also provided De Fries and the industry an... more ›
Operator Partners With Royal Canadian Geographical Society
Exodus Travels has unveiled a new lineup of itineraries in partnership with the Royal Canadian Geographical Society (RCGS) -- Exodus RCGS Quests.
The new series of journeys will provide travellers with what Exodus describes as “life-changing opportunities to return to travel with... more ›
Climate Change, Culture And Tourism Take Centre Stage In Victoria, BC
The IMPACT Sustainability Travel & Tourism Conference is set for Victoria, BC from Jan. 23 to Jan. 26, 2022; with registration opening on Sept. 15, 2021.
It also announced that the Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada, Tourism Research Association of Canada are once again co-hosting... more ›
Kenya Elephant Sanctuary Breaks Down Stereotypes, Redefines Wildlife Management
Northern Kenya's Reteti elephant sanctuary makes it clear that it doesn't want to provide indefinite pachyderm parenting to those it's caring for.
In fact, the sanctuary notes its goal is to see the weighty orphans that it's nurturing eventually returned to their own kind, becoming part of a... more ›