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1/19/2017  |  by Jessica Montevago

The wellness resort and spa brand operates the acclaimed Miraval Arizona in Tucson.

1/19/2017  |  by Richard D'Ambrosio

Four powerful quakes greater than a 5.0 on the Richter scale hit the region. 

1/18/2017  |  by Jessica Montevago

The all-inclusive operator will open the Grand Massif Samoëns in December.

1/18/2017  |  by Richard D’Ambrosio reminds travel agents of the once-in-a-lifetime experiences that might help you close the deal on one of the most popular travel destinations.

1/18/2017  |  by Richard D’Ambrosio

As marijuana is legalized in four states, an increasing percentage of well-to-do Millennials is seeking out cannabis-related tourism.


The Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA), American Society for Travel Agents (ASTA) and Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) are working to help travelers recognize and avoid purchasing illegal wildlife products in attempt to protect global populations of elephants, rhinos, tortoises and other endangered species.

CLIA and ASTA have made commitments to distribute wildlife trafficking educational material to its member companies, encourage members to adopt policies that support the Alliance’s mission, and lend the voice of their vast networks to speak on this critical issue.

The organizations are coordinating in support of the U.S. Wildlife Trafficking Alliance (the Alliance), a public-private partnership in which corporate and non-profit member organizations, including WildAid and World Wildlife Fund (WWF), work together with governmental entities to raise awareness about the dangers of wildlife trafficking and to stop consumer demand for endangered species products.

The announcement comes as the Alliance releases its “Know Before You Go / Ask Before You Buy” digital toolkit, which provides travel and tourism industry leaders with resources they can use to engage travelers in the fight to stop wildlife trafficking.

1/18/2017  |  by Michele McDonald

New low-cost option is like those of United and Delta--except for one key detail.

1/17/2017  |  by Richard D’Ambrosio

Selling family travel requires combining supplier and destination expertise with the listening skills of a family therapist.

1/13/2017  |  by Jessica Montevago

After getting slammed with 10 inches of snow, many ski resorts in Tahoe have been forced to shutter their doors.

Resorts on both the California and Nevada sides of Tahoe were closed, including Woodward Tahoe Ski Area, Kirkwood Mountain Resort and Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe. Both the Sugar Bowl Ski Area in California and the Tahoe Donner Downhill Ski Area were not operational due to road closures and flooding.

Lake Tahoe lifted its blizzard warning on Wednesday afternoon. Winter storm warnings, however, remain in effect.

1/13/2017  |  by Bob Chambers, Vice President of Operations, CSA Travel Protection

Travel insurance is a high-margin commission opportunity, so as you’re booking your next cruise and offering travel insurance, be sure to recommend policies that are right for your clients.