Amid uncertainty of future travel bans, the United States is experiencing a downturn in international travelers. According to BBC reporting and numerous travel sites, searches for flights to America have dropped by 22% this calendar year, and hotel prices in large cities like San Francisco have dropped as much as 39%. In addition, there have been fewer groups crossing America’s borders with Mexico and Canada, with...
State-of-the-art museum exhibits tell the stories of hopeful immigrants in search of new beginnings in the New World
Deep blue skies, captivating landscapes and a mountain of activities enthrall groups in Arizona’s Red Rock Country.
For the third consecutive year, Las Vegas set a new all-time record welcoming 42.9 million visitors to the “Entertainment Capital of the World,” surpassing 2015’s 42.3 million. Leisure Group Travel caught up with John Meyer, Sales Executive for the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority to find out what’s interesting in Vegas, where group travelers are going and what they are doing. Enjoy!
Scenic beauty, world-class attractions, a state-of-the-art meeting facility and genuine hospitality make Pigeon Forge, Tennessee a first-class meeting destination.
Viking River Cruises showcases charming cities in Hungary, Austria and Germany
U.S. Tours’ “Under the Boardwalk” package will highlight sounds of the 1950s, ̓60s and ̓70s.
Pigeon Forge, Sevierville and Gatlinburg are open for business after devastating wildfires The mountains are calling, says Gatlinburg’s newly-minted ad campaign tagline. Officials want everyone to know that Smoky Mountain hospitality is alive and well and eager to welcome tour groups back to Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Sevierville, Tennessee. Nearly two months following devastating wildfires that claimed 14 lives, thousands of...