We've got five spots ideal for newlyweds.
Recommend had the opportunity to meet and chat with Meenakshi Vashist, assistant director, India Tourism, at last month's Romance Travel Forum in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. We spoke about India as a destination growing in popularity for destination weddings (as well as honeymoons), especially the area of Rajasthan in northern India, specifically Udaipur.
South African Airways (SAA) will launch new nonstop service between Washington, D.C.-Dulles International Airport and Accra’s Kotoka International Airport on Aug. 3, 2015.
A brand-new family thrill ride, Cobra’s Curse, will debut at Busch Gardens Tampa in 2016.
If your clients think SeaWorld Orlando's Manta roller coaster is high-adrenaline, tell them to get ready for next summer, when Mako, a 200-ft.-tall hypercoaster reaching 73 mph along 4,760 ft. of steel track, debuts at the theme park.
Come 2017, Universal Orlando Resort will be home to a new water theme park experience: Volcano Bay at Universal Orlando Resort.
Walt Disney World Resort is celebrating summertime with its Coolest Summer Ever festivities, and they've got the coolest host "ever"—Olaf, from "Frozen," of course.
If you are selling FAMILY vacations throughout the state of Florida, or are interested in delving into this market, we’ve got the course for you.
In 1780, Marquis de La Fayette sent the tall ship Hermione, the Frigate of Freedom, to General George Washington with full French aid. Their united forces are credited with having turned the tide of the American Revolutionary War. At this moment an exact replica of La Fayette’s Hermione is en-route to the United States, sailing transatlantic to Yorktown, Virginia from Port-de-Barques at the mouth of the Charente River near Rochefort in the Poitou-Charentes region of France.
USTOA has released its spring 2015 Packaged Travel Index and it reveals that there's been an increase in travel spending by survey respondents this year of 8.3 percent and more have already booked travel this year—34 percent compared to 26 percent in the fall of 2014.