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Where History Comes Alive

The Midwest abounds with open-air museums that depict everyday life way back when

Group Ski Resorts: the Beasts of the East

These five resorts can cater to groups of every ability level

Footnotes at the Foot of Europe

Enhance Iberian Peninsula itineraries with excursions to North Africa and a balmy bit of Britain

Doing State Parks in Style

Group-friendly lodges in West Virginia, Georgia and Arkansas offer fine amenities in gorgeous locations

13 Great South Dakota Museums

Tour planners have a wealth of choices in all parts of the state

Are You Ready to Make More Money in the Travel Business?

This may sound at first like a foolish question. Of course you are ready to make more money. But it is not a foolish question. In fact, it is question worth asking again and again.

In the Driver’s Seat

ABA’s head coach shares his outlook for the travel business

Booking Group Hotel Space Like A Pro

Perhaps you’re booking your groups into your own built-from-scratch...

New Year – New Opportunities

We’re already hard at work on making Leisure Group Travel an even better resource for you in the coming year.

Give Receptive Travel a Try

Let’s say you’re doing well so far in offering an outgoing travel...

Take 5 Interviews

Take 5: Bus.com

At the intersection of technology and transportation are disruptive companies like Uber and Lyft that are changing the way we travel.

Paul Melhus: Tours By Locals

What if you could hand-select local guides based on their knowledge base, languages spoken and past customer reviews? What if this service were available in 1,200 destinations worldwide?