Travel Guides

Travel Guides

Bauhaus building in Dessau. Germany

Germany: A European Tourism Star

Germany is seeing an upward trend in visitor numbers, and there's an array of reasons for travelers to visit this European country.
A wedding by the sea at Sandos Caracol Eco Resort in Playa del Carmen.

Wedded Bliss in Paradise

Tell your clients to start their married life together with a splash of paradise amidst Mexico’s gorgeous landscapes—from Cancun to Puerto Vallarta. Travel advisors, romance specialists, and tour operators fill us in on why saying “I do” in Mexico is such a grand idea.


The Islands of Tahiti 2014

Upon boarding Air Tahiti Nui, the international carrier of Tahiti, passengers take the first step to immersing themselves in the beauty of French Polynesia.



You’re invited

Great Britain is the whole vacation package—from urban hotspots to medieval market towns

Getting there

Booking flights for clients traveling to Great Britain is seamless, with all the major carriers.

Cultural rendezvous

The breadth of Great Britain’s cultural offerings can leave one, well, breathless.

What’s cooking

Eating one’s way through Great Britain has never been more fun. Here’s a “menu” that will help your clients get through the food, wine, beer and cocktail feast Britain serves up.

A step back in time

Great Britain’s heritage is alive and well in its royal castles, university towns, Roman marvels, and world-renowned music.

Out & About

Great Britain’s diverse and stunning landscape is enough to keep travelers awestruck for the duration of their vacation.

Great Value

From the world’s oldest department store—Jenners in Edinburgh—to one of the world’s most famous—Harrods in London—Great Britain isn’t shy about showing off its fashionable side.


Costa Rica Travel Planner

Costa Rica Calling

Costa Rica is a country that keeps breaking records: passing the two million visitor mark in 2010 (hitting 2.3 million in 2012) in Latin America.

Going Green

Worldwide, there’s a new ingredient in the recipe for a successful vacation—call it ecotourism or responsible travel or sustainable tourism, the bottom line is Costa Rica is a primetime destination for a guilt-free travel experience.

Rainforest Rambles

Most travelers come to Costa Rica to experience the country’s 19 national parks. It’s where the wild things are, where the biodiversity is the richest and where a solid core of expert guides is on hand to lead the way.

Beach Bound

The beaches, or playas, of Costa Rica are as diverse as the country itself: they come with soft white, black volcanic, or beige pebbly sand.

Best of Both Worlds

Most tours and travel packages offer a combination of the best of natural Costa Rica followed by final days and nights full of relaxation, or high-octane action on a beach or by the sea.

Family Holidays

Costa Rica is without a doubt a family-friendly nation, offering involving and adventurous family experiences, with the accent on natural wonders, new cultures and activities for visitors of all ages.


Undoubtedly, you won’t have to work hard to sell Costa Rica to clients looking for a perfect honeymoon recommendation.

A Natural Playground

The Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA) defines adventure travel as “exciting, participatory travel that takes place in unusual outdoor settings.”

48 Hours in San Jose

For most visitors, almost all routes lead to and from San Jose, a central and interior city—ringed by low mountains and a profusion of flowers and greenery—that is high enough (3,600 ft.) to be chilly at night. It’s also a casual place where it is said that “no one wears a tie except first-time tourists and clerks.”

Ahhhh, The Spa

Costa Rica is abloom in spas, sprouting up like mushrooms after a rainstorm.

Costa Rica In Belief

Costa Rica, almost the size of West Virginia, stretches 288 miles north to south, with 631 miles of Pacific coastline and 132 miles on the Caribbean side.

Getting There & Around

Nature Air and Sansa are the two major domestic carriers, serving more than a dozen destinations throughout the country.

Delta Guide 2014


We’re proud to bring you our comprehensive Caribbean, Mexico and Latin American Travel Guide.

The Caribbean, The Bahamas & Bermuda

These are exciting times in the Caribbean—and in the very best sense.


Finding your way to Mexico—whether to the warm beaches of Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo, the spas of Cancun or the meeting rooms of Monterrey—can’t possibly get much easier than when flying with Delta Air Lines.

Central America

Delta Air Lines has Central America covered, welcoming passengers aboard its nonstop flights to Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama.

South America

You can probably name at least 10 top attractions that make travel to South America a first choice for business and/or pleasure.
Anguilla Beach

Welcome to Anguilla

On behalf of the government and people of Anguilla, I warmly welcome you. Encircled by unrivaled white beaches and breathtaking azure, crystalline seas, Anguilla is regarded as a destination of choice among visitors from around the world.
Anguilla Beach

Anguilla Tranquility wrapped in Blue

If you get lost driving around Anguilla, your sense of direction (how to say this tactfully?) is not really good. This tiny island whose name means “eel” in Spanish, measures just 16 miles long and three miles at its widest point, so there only is one main road. While we’re at it, there are only six stop lights on the entire isle, which is all that’s needed for such a small island whose population, please note, totals just over 13,000.
Couple in Anguilla

Headquarters for Romance

Anguilla’s posh hotels and villas, discreet staffers, candlelit dining, pampering spa treatments, sublime beaches, and safe vibe all add up to tropical bliss for folks in love.
Cap Juluca Beach


Anguilla’s accommodations are an integral part of the island’s tourism product. Whether your clients choose to stay in a five-star resort, luxurious villa or at one of the island’s unique Charming Escapes properties, there’s an accommodation that fits their style and budget. Quaint inns, guesthouses and intimate bed and breakfasts are another option to share with your clients. Many are managed and staffed by Anguillians, so not only are they enjoying a unique accommodation experience, they are also getting to know the people and their culture more intimately. We’ve listed the properties available throughout the island and classified them under these three distinct categories. You can get more information at
Anguilla Art Gallery

Must-See, Must-Do Sights & Activities

No jury would convict your clients if, upon setting foot in Anguilla, they never left their resort or villa; the resorts and villas on this island really are that good. But whether people are curious about the history and culture of the island they’re visiting, or eager to sail with the wind or swim with the fishes—of which Anguilla has multitudes—this little isle offers a surprising bounty of wonderful things to see and do. For even more things to see and do, visit and click on the “activities” section.
Lobster Fest at CuisinArt Resort

Culinary Heaven

Once upon a time, before there was a Food Channel, Anguilla raised the bar for sophisticated dining in the Caribbean, and its restaurants continue to set the standard today, some 30 years after the initial opening of Malliouhana Hotel. Clients will thank you for recommending the following culinary experiences.
Parade of Troupes

Events & Festivals

Virtually all the events in Anguilla have a quality that’s sometimes elusive in our modern, commercialized world: They are authentic rather than staged to attract tourists—yet at the same time, the Anguillans are genuinely happy to share these celebrations with visitors. Following are some highlights of the calendar year; for events that don’t have their own website, visit

Guadeloupe: Many Islands, Many Flavors of Paradise

Paradise got closer—a lot closer—this spring.

Different Strokes for Different Isles

The east wing of the Guadeloupe butterfly—the two bridge-connected islands that account for most of this French department’s territory—Grande-Terre has more hotels than any other island in the archipelago, and its low-lying terrain makes it easy to get around.

How to Sell Guadeloupe

It’s not hard to figure out which clients you should urge to visit Guadeloupe.

Step Back in Time

Built in the 1600s to protect Basse-Terre, this stronghold’s remarkably preserved and extensive fortifications evoke an era when France and Britain battled for control of Caribbbean islands.

Events, Festivals and Fun

Between the bands, beauties, costumes, rum, and accents, Guadeloupe’s Carnival is a blast.