The cover story of our outdoors-themed August issue features New York’s Erie Canal, a legendary waterway that invites group travelers to take a cruise through the locks, go canoeing or kayaking, hike or bike along the historic towpaths or explore museums in historic canal towns. The outdoors slant continues in the companion article about Buffalo and Niagara Falls.
Artistic expression takes center stage in Leisure Group Travel’s June 2018 issue.
History, theatrical entertainment and Southern destinations dominate the pages of the April 2018 issue of Leisure Group Travel Magazine.“A Guide to Historic Sites” singles out eight great places that offer important heritage attractions, while “A Guide to Group-Friendly Theaters” provides options that range from top dinner venues to Shakespeare and Disney.
Featuring a crock of mouthwatering seafood gumbo on the cover, the February 2018 issue is all about good eats. From restaurants and food festivals to distilleries and breweries, it’s a smorgasbord of culinary delights in all parts of the U.S. and even Costa Rica.
Leisure Group Travel’s annual Industry Forecast Issue includes a revealing interview with Peter Pantuso, who has guided the American Bus Association for over two decades. He shares his thoughts about national park fee hikes, the technology revolution, the importance of face-to-face interaction in an increasingly digital world and the January 2018 ABA Marketplace in Charlotte, North Carolina.
October’s Leisure Group Travel is all about the ladies. The second annual women’s-travel issue looks at unique challenges facing women in the travel business and profiles leaders in women’s only travel. It also provides destination inspiration for girlfriend getaways.
From birdwatching in the Midwest to speeding around a Las Vegas racetrack, the August issue of Leisure Group Travel abounds with ideas for adventure-seeking groups.
The June issue of Leisure Group Travel dips its toe into the world of lakes, rivers and coastal waterways, with coverage of cruises and water sports in destinations as diverse Hungary and Iowa.