“Yule” love The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise during the annual 12-day Festival of Christmas. Dozens of complimentary Christmas activities for the entire family are scheduled from Dec. 22 to Jan. 3 including skating parties, cross-country skiing, an outdoor Christmas pageant with live animals, carolling, a scavenger hunt, cooking classes, ice-carving demonstrations and daily children’s, Read More
Travelling around the world by private jet is the ultimate travel dream. An innovative itinerary from Travel Guild Inc. Canada, is making this amazing experience affordable. A privately chartered Ryan International 757 Jetliner will circle the globe November 1 – 30, 2004 carrying a group of savvy Canadian travellers.
Angkor Wat: Asia’s hottest site Angkor is becoming one of Asia’s top tourist destinations. On April 1, the number of hotel rooms in Siem Reap, the town nearest the site, reached 5,000, a 50 percent jump from the number six months earlier. The newer places include the Angkor Palace Resort and Spa, the Victoria, Read More
The KMH Group Inc., Toronto’s Entertainment Specialists have developed three new and exciting sightseeing tours highlighting unique aspects of Toronto. In partnership with Gray Line Sightseeing of Toronto these public tours will begin on Friday, May 14, 2004 and continue through the tourist season. Tours are commissionable and are designed to offer a unique, Read More
A candid Veng Sereyvuth, Cambodia’s senior tourism minister, faced the media Tuesday at the 53rd Annual Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) to deliver his country’s tourism progress report. According to Sereyvuth, 2003 was a record-breaking year in Cambodia’s tourism with 750,000 foreign visitors. Of this figure, 60 percent were from Asia, 25 percent from, Read More
Two handy guides published by Tourism British Columbia offer a bounty of packages. One guide features cost-efficient packages in Vancouver, Victoria and Whistler. For example, at Listel Vancouver the rate of $159 includes breakfast and more; room prices begin as low as $69 in these three popular destinations.
Now in its eighth season, Whistlers annual Celebration of Food and Wine – Cornucopia – is set for November 11-14, 2004. This years event will showcase an impressive selection of international wines and educational seminars with all fundraising being donated to the Association of Whistler-Area Residents for the Environment (AWARE).