September 2019

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Selling Family Travel

In this Issue:

  • New Thrill Rides & Family Fun at Theme Parks Across the U.S.
  • North America: Booking Dude Ranch Vacations
  • Alaska: ‘Beyond Your Expectations’
  • Alaska Cruises for the Whole Family
  • AmaWaterways’ Holiday Getaways for Family Groups
  • Onsite Review: Gran Destino Tower at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort
  • Onsite Review: A Skip-gen Vacation in Adventurous Belize
  • Caribbean Vacations Are All in the Family
  • Advisor Speak: The Emotional Intelligence Factor
  • Travel Talk: Marriott Enters the All-Inclusive Market
  • Travel Advisor Corner: Study Abroad: The Great Influencer
  • 8 Family Moments in Mexico

Advisor Speak: The Emotional Intelligence Factor

During last month’s Virtuoso Travel Week, which took place in Las Vegas, the overarching theme was “What’s on Your Wanderlist?—in other words, where do travelers want to “wander” to?
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Gran Destino Tower at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort

Pure elegance. Those are the two words that pop into my mind when recalling my visit to the new 545-guestroom Gran Destino Tower at the 2,385-room Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort.
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Marriott Enters the All-Inclusive Market

Now you have one more all-inclusive option to offer your clients: Marriott International announced last month that the brand will be launching an all-inclusive platform to serve this vacation segment.
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A Skip-gen Vacation in Adventurous Belize

According to Virtuoso, “Skip-gen travel is on the rise, with grandparents eager to educate, explore and leave a legacy with their grandchildren, while working parents stay behind back home.”

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