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Europe-Tenerife
JAX FAX recently had the opportunity to visit and spend some time on the island of Tenerife, Spain. For agents unfamiliar with Tenerife, it is the largest of the seven Canary Islands, and it boasts that is the most populous island of Spain, with a population of just under one million people. The island has a surface area of 785 square miles.

Published in January - February

USAThe western United States offers some of the best choices for skiing in North America. Their mountain ranges stretch higher than those in the east, so snow conditions are often
more dependable.
But helping your clients choose the right mountain can be more important in the west because not all mountains' terrains match all skier skill levels. Another factor that can be important to clients is distance from major airports. Some of the most exciting ski areas may require a bit more travel time from the airport to the slopes, but clients may make that trade-off to have less crowding and more space on the trails.

Published in January - February

Egypt-largeThrough classical antiquity and early Christianity, visitors will find their origins in an Egyptian city where the arts, religion and government of any modern civilization developed.
More than 5,000 years ago Egypt was comprised of a group of autonomous city-states, the primary ones being Heliopolis; Memphis, the capital; Saqqara and Giza (Lower Egypt), the area of
modern-day Cairo.

Published in November - December

Africa-Israel
Because of the great importance of Jerusalem to Jews, Christians and Muslims as the place God chose to dwell during the world’s creation, centuries of kings and rulers have commissioned builders and artists to beautify it. Despite wars fought over its possession resulting in the destruction of several major monuments, Jerusalem remains a location of significant works of Hebrew, Roman, Early Christian, Muslim and Crusader endeavors - both above and below the ground.

Published in November - December

Africa-Zim
With some of the best safaris and luxury lodges, the countries of Zambia, Zimbabwe and Botswana have been gaining popularity year over year. In Zambia, for instance, authorities have expressed optimism that the country will be able to capture the targeted 1 million tourists arrivals by the end of 2015. The country’s Minister of Tourism and Arts, Jean Kapata, stated the increase was partly due to the 20th United Nation World Tourism Organization general assembly held in his country in 2013.

Published in November - December

Asia-IndiaWhen planning a trip to India, what usually comes to mind is a journey filled with Maharaja’s palaces, wondrous temples and a riot of sensory delights. In this exotic and fascinating land, you’ll also find remarkable destination spas and wellness retreats that take you on a different kind of journey - one that rejuvenates and stimulates the body, mind and soul. With a growing international wellness movement, more people are including health related activities, massages, body treatments, meditation and yoga as part of their travel plans.

Published in November - December

Asia-Japan
If you have never thought about heading to Japan to hike, relax and enjoy a good drink, then think again. Healthy hikes are high on the to-do list in this country, as are stays at very traditional and relaxing Japanese Ryokans, and finally, sampling the many varieties of sake.

Published in November - December

Caribbean-Beaches
Selling fun in the sun as the winter winds start blowing at home is a no-brainer. Although many resorts front their own beach, savvy travelers these days are looking to shake up the vacation mix by exploring a variety of beaches. Sure, they all have stately coconut palms, bone-white sand and baby blue waves, but only a handful come with uncrowded stretches and vistas prettier
than postcards.

Published in November - December

Caribbean-Jamaica
“Irie?” Ms. Nicola Madden-Greig, President of the Jamaica Hotel & Tourist Association (JHTA) asked the audience at the official welcome reception for JAPEX 2015. A robust “Irie!” filled the room.

Published in November - December

Latin-GuatamalaIt is a country that boasts a pure richness of tradition, folklore, culture and art. Indeed, Guatemala is a rare find in Central America and for the discerning traveler, it is an experience not to be forgotten. Flying into Guatemala City, you should consider beginning your trip by spending a day getting acclimated to the country and the people. This is best done by opting to take a local city tour. It’s easy to hire a driver from any of the higher-end hotels, and you will definitely want to request a trip to the local market to see the plethora of handicrafts and souvenirs for sale there. Take time to look at the square too, and admire the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Palace of Culture, built in
the 1930s.

Published in November - December
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