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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.

Published in May - June

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In the ancient Kingdom of Morocco, what’s old is always new. That’s especially true in Marrakech, from Jemaa El Fna, the famous square known for its snake charmers, storytellers and nightly food stalls, to the kaleidoscopic souks of the medina, or old town.

Published in May - June

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With a recent New York Times article naming Tanzania one of the top places to visit in 2015, it’s no wonder The tourism minister has announced a $1.5 million rebranding project to film and produce a television commercial to broadcast worldwide, including on CNN and the BBC. The re-branding “Destination Tanzania” project is expected to result in an increase in the number of tourists entering the country to at least 2.5 million tourists per year in the next 5 years, with a goal of increasing tourist arrivals to as many as 5 million by 2010. The tourism sector currently represents nearly 3.4% of the total GDP of Tanzania and
employs approximately 500,000 Tanzanians. And, in 2013, a total of 1,135,884 tourists visited Tanzania, bringing earnings from the Tanzania tourism sector to a historical high of $1.8 billion. With numbers like this, the future definitely looks bright for this East African country.

Published in May - June

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It would be difficult to choose what is most impressive about New Zealand. Scenery, cultural history, wineries and outdoor adventures are top of mind, and they don’t disappoint.

Published in May - June

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An overhang protects me from the pouring rain. I sip wine while I watch and listen to the rain fall into my private infinity pool and make tiny puddles. The Andaman Sea, about 600 feet below, is the backdrop. The view, the dripping water and the tranquility are so relaxing, my cares slip away.

Published in May - June

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Shopping is a vacation rite of passage for every traveler worth his or her sea salt. For something extra special for the folks at home, ditch the crowded malls and airport souvenir shops and look for locally-made. Whether you celebrate Mother’s Day on May 10, Father’s Day on June 21 or, lest we forget, National Chocolate Chip Day on May 15 (yes, a real holiday) or National Flip Flop Day on June 19 (always the third Friday in June for those keeping track), our cornucopia of creative gift ideas aims to please.

Published in May - June

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Few vacation experiences appeal to the entire family like an afternoon cavorting with the critters who call the Caribbean home. From swimming with the sharks in The Bahamas to staking out rare birds in St. Lucia and taking photos with the monkeys in St. Kitts, there is an animal-friendly island for everyone and an easy sell for travel agents.

Published in May - June

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As the whole country of Brazil gears up for next year’s summer games, Olympic game tickets went on sale at the end of March with an estimated 7.5 million tickets being offered to visitors who want to take part in Olympic history. Already, ticket sales are off to a good start, with Brazilian fans having applied for 1.2 million tickets for the Games. So far, the top 10 most sought-after events are artistic gymnastics, swimming, athletics, tennis, beach volleyball, judo and handball.

Published in May - June

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There is no getting past the fact that visitors to the island of Roatan will overlook some negative news reports in exchange for a trip to what is known as a diver and snorkelers dream. Roatan, the largest and most developed of the Bay Islands, has an abundance of natural beauty. There is just enough “new” here to make it a safe destination hotspot, and has not yet been overrun with too many tourists.

Published in May - June

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It is late afternoon in the tiny town of Hofn, Iceland. I have some time. The hotel receptionist suggests a swim in the outdoor pool. What? The pool may be heated but it’s 45 degrees with about a 25 mph wind. Too cold. But not for Icelanders. They are a unique bunch. So is their unpronounceable language and their wildly desolate landscape.

Published in May - June
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