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Escape the Crowds at These 15 Forests Worth Exploring

In the 1980s, a term called ‘forest bathing’ arose in Japan. It referred to a trend where people visited forests and found a peaceful escape, interest in nature, and an overall improvement in their well-being. Today, people visit forests for all sorts of reasons. Some want to simply bathe in the beauty of nature, …

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Bermuda Revamps Exec Team and Updates Brand Standards, Messaging

The Bermuda Tourism Authority (BTA)’s board of directors announced a new executive team, a brand re-launch, “new tourism standards” and the staging of several events to “kick-start tourism growth.” Under the changes, Tracy Berkeley, previously BTA’s chief administration officer, replaces Charles Jeffers as CEO, effectively immediately. “We thank Charles for …

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New York City Tourism Is Back in a Big Way

New York City is back. According to a proud proclamation made by NYC & Company president and CEO Fred Dixon at IPW in Orlando Tuesday Morning. Dixon says that by the end of this year, the city will recapture more than 80 percent of its record-setting 2019 visitation levels. “We’re …

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Air Canada Service to Grenada Set for Fall Return

Air Canada will resume direct, twice weekly service from Toronto’s Pearson International Airport to Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International Airport on October 30, said Clarice Modeste-Curwen, Grenada’s minister of tourism, civil aviation, climate resilience and the environment in a statement. Earlier this year Air Canada suspended service to several Caribbean destinations …

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Nevis To Unveil Alexander Hamilton Statue in July

The hit 2015 Broadway play “Hamilton” revealed U.S. Revolutionary War leader and founding statesman Alexander Hamilton’s Caribbean roots to a new generation of Americans. But the play never mentions Nevis (instead describing Hamilton as “born on a Caribbean island”). Yet Hamilton’s experiences in his birthplace produced profound influences that shaped …

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Cancun Travel: What To Know Before You Visit This Summer

Cancun, Mexico is a perennial summer hotspot for travelers, routinely drawing visitors in search of white-sand beaches, relaxation, rich culture, mouthwatering cuisine and adventure. The destination has made quite the recovery more than two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, enhancing safety and security measures, bolstering its tourism infrastructure and offering …

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A Guide to New Orleans for Families

While New Orleans has a reputation for its incredible nightlife and adult-specific offerings, it’s also a great destination for families with children of all ages. From taking a swamp tour to connect with local Louisiana nature to picnicking at The Fly or Audubon Park and trying your first beignets with …

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