Destinations

The Orlando Eye.

Posted on May 1st, 2015

What’s New in Orlando

Central Florida’s economic engine, Orlando, became the first-ever in the U.S. to welcome over 60 million visitors last year, and in 2015, tourists will find more reasons to visit Orlando now that new attractions are on the horizon.
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Volcano trekking, hiking and mountain biking are some of the activities Guatemala offers adventurous travelers. (Guatemala Tourism Board)

Posted on May 1st, 2015

The Guatemala Travel Experience

An awesome inventory of temples and pyramids left behind by the ancient Maya. Horizons of sacred volcanoes mirrored in pristine lakes. Quiche Maya people weaving and wearing traditional dress. Well-preserved colonial towns and villages. Weekly markets and folkloric festivals—a kaleidoscope of color. Without doubt, few countries in the Americas can match Guatemala in cultural attractions.
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Insider Journeys takes travelers to Burma

Posted on May 1st, 2015

Different Routes to Southeast Asia

These tours will treat your clients to experiences that only Southeast Asia can deliver.
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Refurbished accommodations at Dan Panorama Tel Aviv.

Posted on May 1st, 2015

Dan Hotels

With 14 hotels throughout Israel, more than 3,800 rooms in total, Dan Hotels is a powerhouse in Israel, one of the most popular destinations with U.S. travelers.
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Malaga, one of Andalucia’s must-see destinations, offers a cultural kaleidoscope. (Andalucia Tourism Board)

Posted on May 1st, 2015

Andalucia

“The real Spain.” That’s what Antonio Martin Machuca, international marketing director, Andalucia Tourism Board, says comes to travelers and travel agents’ minds when they think of Andalucia (Andalusia).
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Plunge pool suites at Hyatt Ziva Puerto Vallarta.

Posted on May 1st, 2015

Onsite Review: Hyatt Ziva Puerto Vallarta

It’s no wonder Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton had a love affair in Puerto Vallarta while filming “The Night of the Iguana.” With green-shrouded mountainous landscapes and verdant jungles vying for attention with a stunning bay and a charming city complete with cobblestone streets, I had a love affair of my own with the destination, and my home away from home was the perfect complement to all that beauty—the Hyatt Ziva Puerto Vallarta.
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Guests can opt for a beach cabana experience.

Posted on May 1st, 2015

Onsite Review: Fiesta Americana Grand Coral Beach Cancun Resort & Spa

Fiesta Americana Grand Coral Beach Cancun Resort & Spa is not an all-inclusive property like other Fiesta Americana resorts in Mexico. However, the property is offering a credit package through December 2015 that includes $1,000 in resort credits that guests can use for experiences around the property, from dinners to excursions.
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The resort hugs a lovely stretch of beach.

Posted on May 1st, 2015

Onsite Review: Riu Palace St. Martin: The French Side’s All-inclusive

It doesn’t look like a Riu, at least not one of the larger ones in the Caribbean. But in recent years Riu has branched out, opening smaller resorts and city hotels (Miami in February, and soon, Times Square), and the 258-suite Riu Palace St. Martin makes the family tree even more interesting.
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A Capernaum synagogue.

Posted on May 1st, 2015

The Holy Land

This year’s first press release from the Israel Ministry of Tourism—dated Jan. 15, 2015—bore the surprising news that 2014 was the best year ever for American tourism to Israel.
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The resort offers luxury tented camp accommodations.

Posted on May 1st, 2015

Lodgings Take Comforts to New Heights

Resorts are taking their lodging accommodations to new heights.
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