Travel

  • Top 3 Yoga Tips for Travellers

    As all of you know I rehearse yoga routinely and set aside a few minutes for my work on amid my movements. Yoga is an incredible method to support both your body and soul amid the bustling travel season. I addressed confirmed Yoga Therapist and Senior level Iyengar educator Carrie Owerko to get some incredible […]

  • Canada To Dispatch New Outskirt Security Application That Could Go Worldwide

    The national government is setting out on another experimental run program that will enable individuals to cross fringes speedier on the off chance that they make an advanced profile loaded with their own data on their cell phones. The Known Traveler Digital Identity is a joint wander between the administrations of Canada and the Netherlands, […]

  • Canada by rail: Cross-country trip involves fine food

    The dining car aboard Via Rail’s Canadian is decked in white tablecloths and defined by etched glass panels. The distant call of train whistles has been an almost unconscious part of my life for decades, informing my dreams of distant places and thoughts of travel as I nod off each night when I’m at home. […]

  • Commit To Living A Life Without Limits

    Whenever I approach a new project in my life, I like to imagine that there are no limits to what I can achieve. The concept of being limitless is invigorating. I hear freedom in the word “limitless.” The idea of living without constraints and limits is an incredibly liberating one. What would you do if […]

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    Lonely Planet Outlines Top Destinations for 2018

    Lonely Planet, the popular travel guide and publishing company issued its annual book of top places for experience-hungry travellers to dive in and explore in 2018, on Tuesday. And for 2018, folks should choogle on down to Chile, slide over to South Korea, or check out Portugal, Djibouti and New Zealand. Last year Canada was […]

  • A Hockey Fan’s Guide to Vegas

    Many sports fans were left a little puzzled by the NHL’s 2016 decision to award Las Vegas an expansion team. Nonetheless, while it has managed to fly under-the-radar to many around North America, the fact is, Las Vegas has always been a bit of a hockey town. Several minor league teams have called the city home over […]

  • Germany Supplants US as Country with Best Brand Image

    In the 2017 Anholt-GfK Roper Nation Brands Index (NBI), an annual study which compares 50 nations around the world in a wide range of areas including culture, people, tourism and immigration, Germany’s brand image was ranked in first place, followed by France, the United Kingdom, Canada and Japan. While Germany reclaimed the spot it last […]

  • NYC launches new tourism campaign: True York City

    The tourism agency NYC & Company launched a new campaign called “True York City,” designed to promote iconic attractions as well as unique experiences, neighborhoods and local businesses. The $15 million marketing campaign in the U.S. and 16 other countries will use the phrase “Famous Original New York City” on billboards, ads, Instagram and other […]

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    Brexit benefit: Lower pound boosts tourism to Britain

    Many British businesses have become cautious as they try to gauge the impact of the country’s 2019 departure from the European Union. But there’s one industry that has so far clearly reaped a windfall from the Brexit decision – local tourism. The sharp fall in the value of the British pound since last year’s Brexit […]

  • Cayman Islands ready for more lift ex Toronto with Air Canada

    The Cayman Islands Department of Tourism says it welcomes the decision by Air Canada to expand its nonstop service from Toronto to Grand Cayman. Starting Dec. 15 the airline will service the destination with six nonstop flights per week through April 2. The addition of new carriage comes at an ideal time for the islands, […]

  • Why Finnair is asking passengers to step on a scale before boarding

    Along with their luggage, passengers flying Finnair over the next month may be asked to step on the scale themselves as part of a pilot project aimed at collecting data on plane loads. Before you tweet the airline to express your outrage, however, take note that the program is voluntary, and for a good cause: […]