Abercrombie & Kent’s new 13-day Cuba: Across the Island: People-to-People itinerary, with departures throughout 2016, takes guests across the island from Holguin, the city where Christopher Columbus landed in 1942, to Santiago de Cuba, the country’s second largest city located at its southern tip.
As more vacationers catch on to the idea of volunteering for a part of or for their entire vacation, an increasing number of travel companies are creating unique ways for travelers to lend a helping hand, and good news for agents, they're all agent commissionable.
People used to build things—tables, houses, the Pyramids—so they could survive anything man or nature threw at them. The new Chinese-built terminal at V.C. Bird International Airport (ANU), which I just toured, is designed that way, too, but with cutting-edge technology.
Central Holidays has expanded its destination offers beyond Europe and the Mediterranean with the launch of five people-to-people itineraries in Cuba—Afro Cubanismo, L'Chaim Cuba, A Taste of Havana, The City & The Sea, and Hola Cuba.
Does a 16-sq.-mile entity really need three all-inclusives bearing the same brand name?
From Sept. 23-27, 2015, Saint Lucia will host a roster of wedding experts during the third annual “LOVE Elevated” Wedding Symposium. Island resorts and hotels are providing a variety of savings such as discounts of up to 50 percent off and rates starting at $75 per night for attendees. Special offers include complimentary breakfast and all-inclusive options.
Agents booking Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa in Saint Lucia can earn $50 prepaid e-vouchers, free nights, and more by joining CBAYREWARD$—a new rewards program replacing the resort's current Sterling Agent Program.
New non-stop flights to Martinique will be available from three major gateways—New York, Boston, and Washington, D.C.—aboard Norwegian Airlines.
The fat cats are history. Today’s upmarket travelers stay in fightin’ trim on vacation: exercising, improving that swing, and pushing their limits. They sleep well at night because they’ve played hard, not because they’re soused. Two of the three resorts recommended here are the 800-pound gorillas of Caribbean sport, but the third may surprise you.
Recommend just got off a conference call with Apple Vacations' president Tim Mullen, and his claim that Apple is offering a rarity in the "Brave New World of Cuba" travel rings true.
The sight of this picturesque island as the plane landed got my heart pumping with excitement and anticipation. Trinidad and Tobago has more to offer travelers than Carnival. Trinidad is an island you will fall in love with, from the mountains and unspoiled beaches to the music and humble food stalls—the fun never stops!
Originally scheduled to open December 2014, this Bahamian mega resort has pushed its debut back several times, most recently to September 2015. This hasn't just lead to changes in some people's vacation plans; it also sparked talk that the resort was in big trouble. While visiting Sandals Royal Bahamian, Pleasant Holidays CEO Jack Richards decided to see Baha Mar for himself, and when he got back to the office, he talked with Recommend's Caribbean Editor Ed Wetschler.