TTC Brands' Execs Palma, Paunic, Guihan, Ford, Berry Talk Of What's Next
After holding virtual meetings with its top accounts and travel advisors, Michelle Palma, Vice President, Field Sales – North America, Uniworld, said they’ve gleaned incredible insights into the current market conditions.
“First and foremost is that consumers still want to... more ›
A Letter From Pat Probert
April Fool’s Day was fast approaching when Bob Family Travel at Travelonly’s Pat Probert sat down to write this letter, observing:
“Please wake me from this joke, prank, dream or nightmare. Last week was one of the most devastating weeks in the history of the travel industry with... more ›
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Travel agents often get more questions about travel insurance than almost anything else. Clients have concerns about pre-existing conditions. They want to understand what the fine print means -- and they want to be sure they will not only get proper care at their destination, but be transported... more ›
When it comes to river cruising no cruise line gets more favourable reviews and accolades than Uniworld Boutique River Cruises. As increasing numbers of travellers expand their preferences to choose river cruising to explore the cities and countries of the world so too has Uniworld with its... more ›
Whether you talk with people who have never cruised or who have been on many ships around the world, most will say that the one destination that is always on their priority or to do list is Alaska. Holland America has been taking passengers to Alaska for over 70 years, sailing there even before... more ›
They are the destination leaders together offering more than half of the cruises being offered to Alaska. Princess Cruises and Holland America have the itineraries, the experience and the quality which has made them the first choice to Alaska for cruises.
In this edition of Voices of Travel,... more ›
Canadian John McCrae may have created permanent identity for the Flanders region of Belgium with his now worldwide famous poem from World War I.
However from a tourism perspective, Belgium is often viewed as the pass through place between Amsterdam and Paris. Brussels, because of its... more ›
As we approach the end of 2019, it is natural to wonder what lies ahead.
In this our last Voices of Travel podcast for the year, host Ron Pradinuk will talk with some of the predictors of the future to try and pull aside some of the curtains of uncertainty. He'll examine two research... more ›
A few months ago a stranger entered El Paso and wreaked havoc on the quiet, peaceful town. While this terrible event initially tore the city apart, in days, weeks and months following, it has created an even stronger bond between the people who live there.
Early press reports created the... more ›
Travel agents are often booking their clients into the major urban centres around Canada. They are often the first stop for vacationers because they are the transportation centres and the hub for many of the most interesting tourist attractions of the province.
At the same time, even while... more ›