It’s February, so definitely a good time to post the video clip I made about a recent trip to Switzerland and my first real lifetime skiing experience! The ski instructors have a great sense of humour, and definitely a lot of patience! This clip focuses on the town of Pontresina and also takes a look at the stunning Grand, Read More

NEW YORK, New York – “An affordable Mediterranean playground with a superb climate, sublime beaches, megalithic temples and a distinctive crossroads culture.” This is just one of the ways the New York Times describes Malta.   The Mediterranean island of Malta was named #3 on the prestigious New York Times “52 Places to Go in 2016” list in, Read More

The Seychelles Tourism Board has confirmed the dates of the 2016 edition of the island’s Carnaval International de Victoria, the event set to continue to bring together the different cultures and people from around the world to one place. Dubbed as the ‘carnival of carnivals’, Carnaval International de Victoria, now going in its sixth year will be, Read More

Quebec City, December, 2015 – Now in its 16th season, the Hôtel de Glace de Québec invites you to let this winter’s Rivers theme sweep you away. Frozen solid or flowing underground, tropical or lyrical in nature, the Rivers theme is the inspiration behind the design for the Hôtel de Glace and its suites. Entirely redesigned, Read More

CUSCO, PERU – Many visitors to Peru arrive in Cusco excited to make the journey to Machu Picchu. The city is often considered the launching pad for those making the trek (or train ride) to the world-renowned site; however travellers are often pleasantly surprised to find that Cusco is a destination unto itself and warrants several, Read More

Tourists and journalists currently on Reunion Island could be considered the luckiest travelers in the world. Not only are they witnessing the an answer to the biggest mystery in modern aviation (MH 371), but Saturday morning 9.50 am local time a fantastic scene unfolded after Piton de la Fournaise erupted. Tourists are lucky. Yes,, Read More

It was awe-inspiring for me to have been present at the re-dedication of Victoria Falls as a peace park in 2011, and this stunning park has been dedicated once again. IIPT (The International Institute of Peace through Tourism) is honored to announce the re-naming of the IIPT International Peace Park at Victoria Falls as the IIPT, Read More

There is nothing quite like experiencing the beauty of spring weeks before nature intended it to arrive! Each year we provide that opportunity for visitors as Butchart brings spring indoors in their signature Spring Prelude indoor garden. Staff spend months planning, growing and forcing plants into bloom to form an incredible indoor garden experience. They like, Read More

by Bea Broda Lusaka is certainly a city on the rise. A number of African countries, such as Uganda, Zimbabwe and others, have been putting themselves on the tourism map, which is a direct result of successful development from within and peaceful strategies. The reason I was in Lusaka was a conference, but I’m, Read More