April 2015

April 2015

Onsite Review: Eating Our Way Through Peru

Culture Xplorers provides well-crafted itineraries in Peru.
Sky Villa at Aria.

Vegas Morsels

Vegas goodies—from mob-framed weddings to a new brasserie.

African Adventures (just a few) in Food & Wine

These African countries offer more than just safaris, but culinary journeys foodies will savor and enjoy.
Blue Sky Tours offers Hawaii vacations exclusively and books only through travel agents.

Blue Sky Tours

Blue Sky Tours was the first in the industry to create a completely customizable Hawaii vacation, says Levi Sanchez, Blue Sky Tours’ marketing manager. “That spirit is still alive today in the care we put into making each booking perfect for our customers’ Hawaii vacations,” he points out.
Chefs with lettuce from the hydroponic garden at Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa.

Hawaii Hotels Offer a Menu of Culinary Options

Karen Hughes, v.p., Meet Hawaii and travel industry partnerships, Hawaii Visitors & Convention Bureau, hits it right on point when she says that “great dining experiences are at the forefront of any successful vacation.”

Culinary Journeys In Asia

A trip to a local market, cooking lessons and sharing a meal with locals— your clients will experience all this and more on these tours in Asia.

Onsite Review: Great Swiss Hotels Go Gault-Millau

A journey through the Swiss countryside must include culinary stops along the way.

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