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Active travel specialist New Zealand Walking Tours shares four favorites, both on and off the beaten trail

With trail tourism on the rise, many travelers are tying up their hiking boots and heading towards popular routes such as Spain’s Camino de Santiago, St. Olav’s Way in Norway, and the treks of the Swiss Alps. And with a rapid increase in urban development in many countries, hitting the trails is a no-brainer, and a great way to...

Hotel Mockingbird Hill is an Eco Chic Boutique Hotel Located in Port Antonio Jamaica

The exquisite food at Hotel Mockingbird Hill is locally sourced, organic with an emphasis on seasonal offerings and this is only the beginning. The ultra fresh ingredients used at their restaurant Mille Fleurs become the starting point for this unique Jamaican-International Slow Food cuisine. Starting with the flavors of the region and then adding European influences, Mille Fleurs creates...

Three Trips to Gift the Graduate in Your Life

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  Whether it’s grammar school, high school or college, graduation is a significant achievement that merits recognition. Some might even argue that parents and grandparents take more pride in the milestone than the graduates themselves. But, whatever the age, one of the best ways to honor both the student and continue their education is with a once-in-a- lifetime travel experience....

Stillwater, Oklahoma

Located in central Oklahoma, Stillwater sits where horizons can be seen for miles and landscapes are dotted with fence lines, crop rows, and cattle. The vast, open beauty of the plains is starkly juxtaposed to Stillwater’s culture, cuisine, and college influence. The welcoming and warm spirit of southern hospitality paired with the fun-factor and vibrancy of a university campus...

Laramie, Wyoming

Discover history, outdoor adventure, roadside attractions, and fine dining unique to Wyoming in Laramie, the “Gem City of the Plains”. A French Canadian fur trader and mountain man, Jacques La Ramee, arrived in what is now the state of Wyoming in 1815. In 1820 or 1821, he departed for a season of trapping along the river that now bears his...

Lafayette, Louisiana

  Plan Your Escape to the Happiest City in America Lafayette is at the heart of Louisiana’s Cajun & Creole Country, an area known for letting the good times roll, or as the locals say “laissez les bons temps rouler,” – and people are starting to notice. Appropriately named the ‘Happiest City in America’ by the Wall Street Journal’s MarketWatch.com, Lafayette’s distinctive...

Georgetown, Kentucky

By: Melissa McCaughan The world knows Kentucky for its beautiful Bluegrass region, famous for its miles of farmland and home to various breeds of horses. In the heart of the bluegrass is the charm and beauty of Georgetown, centrally located in the “golden triangle” — the area between Cincinnati, Louisville, and Lexington.  Discover genuine Kentucky treasures around every corner, from the...

Greenbrier Valley West Virginia

Greenbrier Valley West Virginia Long before English settlers claimed the Greenbrier Valley, it was largely uninhabited by anything but flora and fauna. In the early 1700’s, western migration had not extended much beyond Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley. The budding town of Lewisburg was little more than a western outpost along the Midland and Seneca trails. However, many of the townships that...

Greater Morgantown West Virginia

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Greater Morgantown West VirginiaGreater Morgantown is a foodies paradise, whether you’re a serious connoisseur or a chef yourself. Countless customs, traditions, and recipes passed down over generations are a vibrant part of the area’s daily life and make “Mountaineer Country” an epicenter of Appalachian culture. The region was an ethnic melting pot as well; from the 1880s to the...

Alpine Helen and White County, Georgia

Alpine Helen and White County, GeorgiaThe irrefutable truth is that while the existence of remarkable beauty can be found year-round in many cities and towns, certain seasons serve to amplify unmistakable splendor and vivid imagery. Capturing unspoiled moments as you embrace a journey which has aligned a magnificent land with precise seasonal timing is an experience beyond compare. Such is...
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