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7 places to see the best cherry blossoms around the world in 2024 - lonelyplanet.com - Spain - city Amsterdam - Japan - Usa - county Park - state Vermont - Washington - city Tokyo
lonelyplanet.com
21.02.2024 / 23:25

7 places to see the best cherry blossoms around the world in 2024

It's time to think pink. After months of bleak winter weather, spring is ready to explode in the northern hemisphere with a riot of cherry tree blossoms. 

The Hottest Travel Trends That Will Surprise You - forbes.com - Spain - Netherlands - Germany - Austria - France - Italy - Poland - Portugal - Sweden - Switzerland - city Paris - Ireland - Japan - Britain - Usa - Canada - city Tokyo - Singapore
forbes.com
21.02.2024 / 22:41

The Hottest Travel Trends That Will Surprise You

This year more folks are prioritizing travel and newfangled experiences. We’re inspired by beloved television shows à la Emily in Paris to reexamine cities we’ve previously visited. Scoring tickets to see our favorite musical artists, like Taylor Swift, fortuitously opens up the prospect of flying to a different country. A rising wellness and longevity movement encourages travelers to seek alcohol-free vacations. Slower and more intentional travel—quality over quantity—is important and sustainability and eco-minded experiences are at the forefront.

I've been living abroad since 2021. After dating in places like Spain, France, Scotland, I never want to date in the US again. - insider.com - Spain - France - Britain - Usa - New York - Scotland - Argentina
insider.com
21.02.2024 / 20:12

I've been living abroad since 2021. After dating in places like Spain, France, Scotland, I never want to date in the US again.

Before the pandemic, I was living in the United States, drifting through an endless stream of first dates. Either I'd ghost them, or they'd ghost me, and even if neither of us ended up ghosting, I still never felt excited enough to go on a second date.

ANDBEYOND AND QUARK EXPEDITIONS LAUNCH A TASTE OF THE WILD LIFE: A MASTERCLASS WITH KRIS TOMPKINS - breakingtravelnews.com - Usa - Antarctica - Chile - Argentina - county Douglas
breakingtravelnews.com
21.02.2024 / 07:55

ANDBEYOND AND QUARK EXPEDITIONS LAUNCH A TASTE OF THE WILD LIFE: A MASTERCLASS WITH KRIS TOMPKINS

Conservation-led luxury travel company andBeyond has partnered with Quark Expeditions to expand their operations to a fourth continent. Together, the partners have created A Taste of the Wild Life; A Masterclass with Kris Tompkins. Brought to you by andBeyond and Quark Expeditions, with Kris Tompkins, the 18-night land and sea adventure gives travellers an intimate glimpse into what is being done to protect the exceptional landscapes and wildlife inhabitants of Chile and Argentina, as well as the Antarctic Circle. The trip also offers an opportunity to gain first-person insight into the events described in the documentary A Wild Life, which tells the story of Kris and Douglas Tompkins and the contributions that they have made towards nature conservation in South America. The trip will be accompanied by Kristine (Kris) McDivitt Tompkins, president and co-founder of Tompkins Conservation, an American conservationist, and former CEO of Patagonia, Inc. Kris and her late husband Douglas Tompkins have protected approximately 14.8 million acres of parklands in Chile and Argentina through Tompkins Conservation and its partners, making them among the most successful national park-orientated philanthropists in history. Throughout the trip, Kris will share personal stories of the work that has gone into protecting and rewilding large swathes of the Patagonian wilderness. These will include a presentation on the efforts involved in the creation of a national park. There will also be a screening of the Wild Life documentary, followed by a Q&A session with Kris on her story.

Canada High: The Ultimate Alberta Road Trip - forbes.com - Britain - Usa - Canada - Scotland - state Idaho - state Montana - city Downtown - city Sanctuary - city Vancouver - county Glacier
forbes.com
21.02.2024 / 01:33

Canada High: The Ultimate Alberta Road Trip

Looking for a cool way to vacation in Canada this summer? How about a road trip hitting all the highlights of Alberta, the big Western province where the prairie meets the Rocky Mountains.

The 10 best graduation trips to take in 2024 - lonelyplanet.com - Los Angeles - Greece - Usa - Mexico - San Francisco - state Oregon - city Santiago - city Mexico - city Athens - county Canyon - city Santorini
lonelyplanet.com
20.02.2024 / 07:17

The 10 best graduation trips to take in 2024

There's nothing like graduating to make you want a celebratory vacation.

Menopause Has Finally Entered the Wellness Conversation - cntraveler.com - Spain - Germany - Usa - New York - Thailand - city Sanctuary
cntraveler.com
19.02.2024 / 17:35

Menopause Has Finally Entered the Wellness Conversation

Melodic mantras and warm oil repeatedly poured across the lower back are parts of Kati Vasti, an Ayurvedic therapy that Karina Steward, founder and chief wellness officer of Kamalaya Wellness Sanctuary in Koh Samui, Thailand, swears would put anyone in a pleasure coma. “It's like when you rub oil on the back of a baby and they just pass out,” she explains. But for women experiencing menopause, who are subject to nervous system overload, adrenal burnout, and sleeplessness, such treatments can feel especially powerful, Steward notes. It's one of many tools in Kamalaya's new Radiant Bliss program, a combination of Eastern and Western therapies. Stewart designed it to address women's health concerns at all points in the biological cycle, but the program particularly helps those enduring the mood swings, hot flashes, weight gain, and insomnia that are part of what was once referred to as “the change.”

Right to Rome: why spring is the best time to visit the Italian capital - theguardian.com - Netherlands - city European - Italy - Usa - city Rome - city Santa
theguardian.com
19.02.2024 / 10:17

Right to Rome: why spring is the best time to visit the Italian capital

Forget Paris in spring: Rome is both warmer and cooler in the first few months of the year. The locals are in their winter black rollneck jumpers, accessorised with equally noir-ish sunglasses. With an average of 17C by March, it’s warm enough to sit outside cafés and bars, but not hot enough to fall foul of the “no shorts” rule enforced in Rome’s oldest churches.

Despegar Opens Travel Agencies to Prod Travelers to Book Online - skift.com - Brazil - Argentina - county Day
skift.com
16.02.2024 / 21:19

Despegar Opens Travel Agencies to Prod Travelers to Book Online

Why pay Google even more to acquire customers when your company can open travel agency storefronts, and counsel customers to book trips online?

AndBeyond will operate a branded yacht in the Galapagos - travelweekly.com - Chile - Peru - Argentina - Ecuador
travelweekly.com
15.02.2024 / 22:44

AndBeyond will operate a branded yacht in the Galapagos

AndBeyond will launch a branded expedition yacht in the Galapagos Islands this summer, expanding its South America portfolio.

‘Almost heaven’? Here’s why West Virginia is the place to go - nationalgeographic.com - Usa - county Park - state Nevada - state Oregon - state Ohio - county Valley - state West Virginia
nationalgeographic.com
15.02.2024 / 12:33

‘Almost heaven’? Here’s why West Virginia is the place to go

West Virginia’s Blue Ridge peaks, dramatic gorges, and rushing rivers put it on the map for hikers, rafters, and rock climbers. But the Mountain State isn’t just an adventure destination—it’s also home to historic Civil War sites, old-time music venues, and some of the best stargazing in the United States. We consulted local artists, chefs, and Nat Geo staffers from the region to plot your course in the place that the classic country song calls “almost heaven.”

This Exhibit Shows Why We Cannot Be Scared Or Shamed Into Saving The World - forbes.com - Switzerland - Usa - New York - Vietnam - county Santa Barbara
forbes.com
12.02.2024 / 13:29

This Exhibit Shows Why We Cannot Be Scared Or Shamed Into Saving The World

In the winter of 1969, Santa Barbara’s coastal ecosystem was blitzed by three million gallons of crude oil. Responding to the catastrophic spill, and the ongoing assault of ecosystems throughout the United States, Senator Gaylord Nelson called upon American youth to rally for the environment as strenuously as they’d protested the Vietnam War.

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