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Havana street singer

Posted on February 2nd, 2015

Tauck Celebrates 90th Anniversary

We reached out to Tauck's president, Jennifer Tombaugh, to talk about the company's 90th anniversary.
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Tented Suite Private Deck at Mwiba Lodge.

Posted on February 2nd, 2015

Q&A With Robert Veden, Destination Manager, Africa & Indian Ocean at Cox & Kings, The Americas

Robert Veden, destination manager, Africa & Indian Ocean at Cox & Kings, The Americas, spoke to contributing editor Carla Hunt about the luxury landscape in Africa.
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House of Jasmines is one of many luxe hotels in Argentina.

Posted on February 2nd, 2015

Tours to Argentina

Here's a sprinkling of tours to Argentina from U.S. tour operators.
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Guests can take in a Scottish pipe band while touring with Kensington Tours.

Posted on January 6th, 2015

Travel Trends for 2015

It's officially 2015, so we've scanned our inbox to see what tour operators and other industry insiders are saying about travel trends in 2015. Here's the scoop from our inbox to yours.
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Cape Town, South Africa.

Posted on January 1st, 2015

South Africa Shines

From new tours to new lodges, South Africa delivers a getaway to remember in 2015.
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Japan's anime culture in Tokyo.

Posted on December 31st, 2014

Japan with G Adventures

In the January issue of Recommend, we gave you four of our favorite city picks that illustrate both the hip and traditional sides of Japan. G Adventures offers two itineraries to explore this picturesque country filled with anime culture and vast traditions. Here are some hidden gems your clients should take in.
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Martinique

Posted on December 17th, 2014

Martinique C’est Magnifique! Sign up for the Martinique Specialist Program

Martinique is magnifique! Recommend's newest travel agent program is here, the Martinique Specialist Program.
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Visit Arusha offers Adventures for Women tours of Africa.

Posted on December 16th, 2014

Adventures for Women in Africa

Tanzania tour operator, Visit Arusha, announced its Adventures for Women African tours geared for single, divorced, or widowed women who don't have a travel partner to tag along with.
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The Chachapoyas fortress of Kuelap.

Posted on December 10th, 2014

Visit Peru’s Ancient Ruins

After last year's announcement to build a tram to the ruins of Choquequirao, the government of Peru has announced plans for a second tram headed to the ancient Chachapoyas fortress of Kuelap. The new cable car is expected to accommodate up to 1,000 visitors to Kuelap every hour.
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The Carib houses—good night.

Posted on December 10th, 2014

Caribbean Costa Rica: Authentically Yours

Let’s seriously consider a corner of Costa Rica that this traveler is not sure even the Costa Ricans know is there—the Caribbean coast, no match for the high-end pleasures and treasures of the Pacific coast, but a perfect match for clients who want wildlife viewing, snorkeling and surfing, laid-back beach towns, a join-in nightlife, and a less-costly vacation.
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