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Family travel expert Nancy Schretter spotlights the trend in learning-oriented vacations for family groups in destinations around the world.
Wildlife viewing, outdoor recreation and eye-popping natural phenomena keep groups engaged in America’s first national park.
Leisure Group Travel spotlights 16 theaters, from Maine to Las Vegas, that will entertain groups with outstanding comedy, drama, music or dance performances—and some include a meal, too.
Think outside the box. Get out of the rut of the same old sightseeing trips and walking tours and actually do something on your next group trip.
An itinerary is the backbone of the group trip. Your knowledge and expertise will be vital in the planning process, and there are plenty of different ways to do this.
Think back to your favorite vacation or getaway. Did you hula dance in Hawaii? Or did you simply visit an old friend? What made that trip fun?
Learn how Numaan rallied behind a cause to create a breakthrough new business model in this edition of Take 5.
Ed-Ventures is a custom tour operator based out of southern Minnesota. The firm specializes in religious travel, but also works with student travel groups
Theologian and Lutheran pastor turned tour guide, Christian Utpatel has been helping travelers discover their own spiritual journey to Germany for 15 years.
Windstar Cruises just debuted Star Breeze, the second of the fleet’s three new all- suite power yachts, in Nice, France.
A new glass skywalk in Chongqing’s Longgang scenic area is now the longest glass skywalk in the world.
The new attraction Skull Island: Reign of Kong debuts in summer of 2016 at Universal Orlando Resort.
Next time you’re tempted to take a snapshot of an interesting cloud formation or your seatmate sprawling into your personal space on a plane, remember Arash Shirazi and Steven Leslie.