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2 Ways To Safely Green Your Transport While on a Post COVID-19 City Vacation

COVID-19 has upended just about every industry.  Education, healthcare, retail, restaurant, airline, and, of course, tourism need introspection.  They need to be relooked at both through health, safety, and equity lenses.  As destinations continue to...
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The Rise of Agritourism Options in the United States

What originated in Italy has now grown popular in the United States. Agritourism, or agrotourism, is a one-on-one experience with the environment that lets people connect like never before. For example, farms, ranches, and more...
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Australia’s Great Barrier Reef: A Perfect Week for Families

In youth, I dreamed about exploring the Great Barrier Reef.  As the world’s largest coral reef system, I marveled at how it was composed from over 2,900 individual reefs and 900 islands.  Thus, I couldn’t...
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Insider’s View of Ronda Spain: More Than a Day Trip

Ronda is a small mountain town in Andalusia, Spain known for its beautiful surrounding scenery and the famous Puente Nuevo.  This bridge separates the Old and New Towns with stunning views of a gorge.  The...
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A Perfect Week in Tasmania: Family Travel Itinerary

Tasmania is a land that time forgot! Accordingly, my colleague had anticipated my feelings perfectly as we traversed through the beautiful vistas that make up this island state off the south coast of Australia. As...
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Environmental Impact of Mass Tourism on Mahahual, Mexico

Mexico is a popular destination due to its amazing natural heritage. In fact, Mexico is one of the world’s most popular destinations as visitor numbers have grown by 4% since 2009. However, the environmental impact...
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How to Avoid the Crowds When Visiting Iceland

In the last decade, the Iceland tourism board has worked hard to cultivate interest in Iceland as a year-round travel destination. Unfortunately, the result of its rapid advancement on the perennial travel lists of “must-see”...
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Spring Break Lux Travel for Family Ecotourists

A responsible global citizen is more than someone who ditches plastic straws or re-uses hotel towels.  It means someone who takes social, economic, and environmental actions that benefit local communities.  These actions don’t have to take...
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Cuba Travel Tips: Making Meaningful Connections

For American travelers, it’s hard to imagine living in a country where you couldn’t own a personal computer until 2006; couldn’t access the internet until 2014 and the cost of cell phones and its use...
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Ecotourism Defined – Book Authentic Travel Experiences

Ecotourism defined as travel experiences that focus on a destination’s social, economic and environmental characteristics starts off as a fantastic option for families, couples or solo travelers.  But, confusion quickly sets in as various questions...
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