In this Issue:
Virtuoso Travel Week, which took place last month in Las Vegas, proved to be a whirlwind of information, and one of the most fruitful sessions I sat in on was “Where, Why & How the Affluent Travel.”
With the popularity of sites such as Ancestry.com and its DNA tests for ethnicity and genealogy, heritage travel or ancestry vacations—exploring the origins of one’s family tree, searching through local archives and with luck even meeting a long-lost relative—has boomed in popularity.
“I don’t care what they do; just keep my kids busy,” said no parent—ever. The following, therefore, are resorts whose camps and other programs don’t just keep children out of their parents’ hair, but actually impart knowledge and/or
The kids are in charge—or at least they think they are—at these resorts where sandboxes, bunk beds and splash zones rule.
Like virtually all species before us, we are carried to the Galapagos Islands by the wind and the sea.
No, the Luxury Bahia Principe Fantasia Don Pablo Collection is not your everyday all-inclusive.
Within minutes of stepping onto the Disney Fantasy for a 3-night Bahamian cruise from Port Canaveral, Florida, my 5-year-old daughter insisted that we check out the swimming pools on deck 11.
Travel advisor Mary Crowley met Michael Hayden, director of choirs at Mira Costa High School in California, on a Danube River sailing back in 2015. One month later, Hayden called Crowley to throw out the idea of a Rhine cruise for his choir. From there was born a high school choir group charter booking on an AmaWaterways ship.