It would be impossible for a traveler to see and experience everything that Dubai and Abu Dhabi have to offer in one trip. A very small sample of the must-see sights in Dubai include the man-made Palm and World Islands, which provide a breathtaking view when seen from the air. Encourage clients to visit the Dubai Museum for a sense of history and culture.
This year is a very exciting one for Poland. Within a few weeks of this publication, and on the heels of the Jewish Culture Festival held in June in Krakow, the same city will celebrate World Youth Day, beginning on July 25, 2016. Every three years, the Catholic Church organizes this pilgrimage for young people of the Catholic faith. The event is expected to bring 2 million people from around the world to Krakow, including Pope John Paul II who will begin his visit at Wawel Royal Castle. His schedule includes stops at religious and historic sites within the region, and there will be events and gatherings of young participants at parks and arenas throughout the city. The celebration will culminate with closing ceremonies on July 31.
Destination Britain Americas’ annual event was held outside of the U.S. for the first time this year, and the host hotel was the five star, Paradisus La Perla in Playa Del Carmen. Just a 45-minute drive from Cancun airport and a 5-minute taxi ride to lively Playa Del Carmen, Paradisus La Perla was the perfect choice to host this event.
With 1,244 islands and 97 Blue Flag beaches along its Adriatic coast, Croatia has long been a favorite of sun-seeking Northern Europeans. But its fabled beaches are still little known to Americans, and its historic and natural sights rarely make the tourist must-see list.
Travel agents all have at least one client seeking a unique vacation, one that offers a sense of discovery and greater world knowledge.
For that next one-of-a-kind adventurer consider Ethiopia, located in the horn of Africa.
One of the lesser traveled regions, Ethiopia has a fascinating history that actually begins with human civilization.
Ethiopia, entrenched with indigenous tradition and ceremony, is enjoying an uptick in tourism. Tourists will find that the people are friendly and curious about them.