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Seatrade panelists talk about attracting new cruisers - travelweekly.com - Antarctica
travelweekly.com
10.04.2024

Seatrade panelists talk about attracting new cruisers

MIAMI BEACH -- While the cruise industry enjoys strong demand overall, cruise line executives said they are relying on social media influencers, word-of-mouth advertising and good storytelling about the cruise experience to attract new customers.

Poseidon Expeditions boost vital conservation efforts on South Georgia Island - traveldailynews.com - Georgia - county Island - Antarctica
traveldailynews.com
13.07.2024

Poseidon Expeditions boost vital conservation efforts on South Georgia Island

Poseidon Expeditions partners with the South Georgia Heritage Trust, donating £100 for each booking to fund conservation on South Georgia Island.

Lindblad Expeditions Buys 2 Celebrity Cruise Ships to Expand Galapagos Trips - travelandleisure.com - Antarctica - Egypt
travelandleisure.com
13.06.2024

Lindblad Expeditions Buys 2 Celebrity Cruise Ships to Expand Galapagos Trips

Luxury cruise line Lindblad Expeditions is expanding its presence in the Galapagos with plans to buy two ships from fellow cruise line Celebrity Cruises. Lindblad will purchase both the 48-guest Celebrity Xpedition and the smaller, 16-guest Celebrity Xploration for the Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic fleet, the company announced Wednesday. Following the sale, which is expected to close in January 2025, both ships will undergo multi-million dollar renovations. Each ship was purpose-built for the Galapagos. «We recognize and appreciate the immense privilege our company has to operate and grow our expedition cruise offerings in the Galápagos Islands,» Sven-Olof Lindblad, the founder and CEO of Lindblad Expeditions, said in a statement. «By sourcing well-appointed vessels and onboarding the most experienced crew and staff who meet our exacting standards of responsible exploration, we're able to transport guests from around the world to the iconic archipelago and help them understand the importance of protecting and preserving its wonders and wildlife, as a consequence of their personal experience.»

Your top options for a Galapagos cruise are about to change - thepointsguy.com - Australia - Antarctica
thepointsguy.com
12.06.2024

Your top options for a Galapagos cruise are about to change

Two of the best-known names in Galapagos Islands cruising, Lindblad Expeditions and Celebrity Cruises, are about to shake up their offerings in the destination in the wake of a deal.

Diplo’s Port Antonio, Jamaica - nytimes.com - Los Angeles - state Mississippi - state Florida - Costa Rica - city Portland - city Seattle - Antarctica - city San Francisco - Jamaica - city Kingston
nytimes.com
12.06.2024

Diplo’s Port Antonio, Jamaica

Diplo, born Thomas Wesley Pentz, fell in love with Jamaica, particularly its Portland parish on the northeast coast, nearly 20 years ago. “I was D. J.ing on a cruise ship, got off in Ocho Rios, and drove through Port Antonio to get to Kingston,” said the 13-time Grammy nominee who has collaborated with Dua Lipa, Sturgil Simpson, Snoop Dogg, Shakira, Bad Bunny and countless other musicians. “Portland is sort of like Costa Rica, all jungly and waterfalls. And Port Antonio is this quaint little town where I’d go on a sort of retreat, “Mr. Pentz added. About eight years ago he bought some farmland and built a house there.

Abercrombie & Kent Unveils 2025 Expedition Cruises - travelpulse.com - Iceland - Greece - Italy - Ireland - Japan - city Reykjavik - Antarctica - Scotland - Tanzania - Indonesia - Seychelles - Faroe Islands
travelpulse.com
04.06.2024

Abercrombie & Kent Unveils 2025 Expedition Cruises

Abercrombie & Kent has unveiled its line-up of 2025 expedition cruises, including a new itinerary in the Galápagos.

WTTC Urges Countries to Join WHO’s Global Digital Health Certification Network - breakingtravelnews.com - Usa - Brazil - Antarctica - Thailand - county Geneva
breakingtravelnews.com
03.06.2024

WTTC Urges Countries to Join WHO’s Global Digital Health Certification Network

Sixty years ago, a catchy tune and a whimsical boat ride debuted at the 1964 World’s Fair before moving to Disneyland in 1966. At a time when air travel was still a luxury, its miniature landscapes offered people a glimpse into the world. Americans saw the temples of Thailand and the carnivals of Brazil. “It’s a Small World” wasn’t just a boat ride; it was a portal for discovery.

5 of the best road trips in Argentina - lonelyplanet.com - Usa - state Alaska - Antarctica - Chile - Argentina - Cuba - city Buenos Aires
lonelyplanet.com
01.06.2024

5 of the best road trips in Argentina

Argentina’s distinctive reputation looms large in imaginations oceans away from its borders. There’s so much to take in, and such immense distances to travel to do so. 

6 Types Of Health And Wellness Retreats To Help Recharge - forbes.com - Georgia - city Boston - Antarctica - Islas Malvinas
forbes.com
25.05.2024

6 Types Of Health And Wellness Retreats To Help Recharge

The global wellness tourism industry continues to grow by leaps and bounds and is predicted to be worth around $1.4 trillion in 2027. This shows an increase of more than 100% on the market size from 2022, which stood at just over $650 billion, according to Statista.

Phytoplankton Genetically Sequenced At Sea For The First Time - forbes.com - county San Diego - Antarctica
forbes.com
24.05.2024

Phytoplankton Genetically Sequenced At Sea For The First Time

Viking has revealed its latest scientific advancement on board Viking Octantis by adding real-time environmental DNA (eDNA) sequencing of phytoplankton.

Out In The World: A Travel Guide For The LGBTQIA+ Community - forbes.com - Antarctica
forbes.com
13.05.2024

Out In The World: A Travel Guide For The LGBTQIA+ Community

‘ Out in the World: An LGBTQIA+ (and Friends!) Travel Guide to More Than 100 Destinations Around the World ’ is National Geographic’s first travel book aimed at the LGBTQIA+ community. Authors Amy B. Scher and Mark Jason Williams dive into 120 destinations — from Austin to Antarctica — and what makes them both great vacations as well as inclusive for every traveler. I spoke with Scher and Williams about the need for this book and what they love most about travel.

Tauck Unveils Plans for 2025 - travelpulse.com - France - city Rome - Antarctica - city Istanbul - city Athens - city Prague
travelpulse.com
07.05.2024

Tauck Unveils Plans for 2025

Tauck will have a busy year in 2025, with several new itineraries set to make their debut. The line is also boosting its capacity on the Seine River and unveiling the new Tauck River Academy for travel advisors.

Hit And Run Tourism: What Does It Mean To ‘Visit’ A Country? - forbes.com - city Paris - Japan - Usa - Antarctica
forbes.com
29.04.2024

Hit And Run Tourism: What Does It Mean To ‘Visit’ A Country?

Hit and run tourism is everywhere on the news, with people bemoaning the bad behaviour of tourists converging on one picture or sculpture before rushing onto the next, or taking selfies in inappropriate locations and then moving on, leaving behind mounds of litter and noise. What's clear is that there are ways that tourists can be motivated to change their behavior and some traveler groups are trying to create consensus around what it actually means to visit a country.

Major New Dance Prizes Announced By Sadler’s Wells On International Dance Day - forbes.com - Georgia - France - Greece - Portugal - Israel - Usa - Brazil - Taiwan - Antarctica - county Wells
forbes.com
29.04.2024

Major New Dance Prizes Announced By Sadler’s Wells On International Dance Day

On International Dance Day, 29 April, world-leading dance organisation Sadler’s Wells in London has unveiled the shortlist of the inaugural Rose International Dance Prize, a biennial prize for new dance creations in any style, showcasing some of the most inventive and daring choreographers around the world at work today. The Rose International Dance Prize consists of the Rose category, for established choreographers presenting a full-length performance of 50 minutes or longer, and the Bloom category, for emerging choreographers with a maximum of ten years’ experience. A prize of £40,000 will be awarded to the Rose category winner and a prize for £15,000 will be awarded to the Bloom category winner.

Airport expansion drives Greenland cruise offerings - travelweekly.com - Iceland - Canada - city Copenhagen - city Reykjavik - county Island - Antarctica - Greenland - county Canadian
travelweekly.com
24.04.2024

Airport expansion drives Greenland cruise offerings

An airport expansion set to be completed this year in Nuuk, the capital city of Greenland, is driving new expedition itineraries in 2025 for Viking, Silversea and HX, formerly known as Hurtigruten Expeditions.

The Best New Restaurants in the World: 2024 Hot List - cntraveler.com - Los Angeles - Japan - county Miami - Antarctica - city Cape Town
cntraveler.com
24.04.2024

The Best New Restaurants in the World: 2024 Hot List

It’s inevitable: Every spring when we pull together the Hot List, our annual collection of the world’s best new hotels, restaurants, and cruise ships, a staffer remarks that this latest iteration has got to be the best one ever. After a year’s worth of traveling the globe—to stay the night at a converted farmhouse in the middle of an olive grove outside Marrakech, or sail aboard a beloved cruise line’s inaugural Antarctic voyage—it’s easy to see why we get attached. But this year’s Hot List, our 28th edition, might really be the best one ever. It’s certainly our most diverse, featuring not only a hotel suite that was once Winston Churchill’s office, but also the world’s largest cruise ship and restaurants from Cape Town to Bali. We were surprised and inspired by this year’s honorees, and we know you will be too. These are the Hot List's restaurant winners for 2024.

Announcing the Hot List Winners of 2024 - cntraveler.com - Morocco - Germany - Iceland - Denmark - Finland - France - Greece - Italy - Japan - South Africa - county Park - Hong Kong - county Island - city Rome - Antarctica - Saudi Arabia - Singapore - South Korea - Bhutan - Vietnam - India - Nepal - county Bay - Indonesia - Uae - Zimbabwe - Kenya - Seychelles - Bahrain - Botswana - county Highland - Rwanda - city Astoria, Seychelles - county Platte
cntraveler.com
24.04.2024

Announcing the Hot List Winners of 2024

It’s inevitable: Every spring when we pull together the Hot List, our annual collection of the world’s best new hotels, restaurants, and cruise ships, a staffer remarks that this latest iteration has got to be the best one ever. After a year’s worth of traveling the globe—to stay the night at a converted farmhouse in the middle of an olive grove outside Marrakech, or sail aboard a beloved cruise line’s inaugural Antarctic voyage—it’s easy to see why we get attached. But this year’s Hot List, our 28th edition, might really be the best one ever. It’s certainly our most diverse, featuring not only a hotel suite that was once Winston Churchill’s office, but also the world’s largest cruise ship and restaurants from Cape Town to Bali. We were surprised and inspired by this year’s honorees, and we know you will be too. These are the Hot List hotel winners for 2024.

See The World Aboard A Small Ship: Wilderness Travel’s Cruise Collection - forbes.com - Iceland - Ireland - Japan - county Park - state Alaska - Antarctica - Philippines - South Korea - Indonesia - Vanuatu - Islas Malvinas - Papua New Guinea - Solomon Islands
forbes.com
09.04.2024

See The World Aboard A Small Ship: Wilderness Travel’s Cruise Collection

For big adventures this year, consider expedition cruising to discover engaging and enlivening destinations across the globe. Wilderness Travel has a curated line-up for 2024—2025, which includes tours to the world’s last frontier—Antarctica; journeys to the far north in the Arctic; exclusive once-a-year odyssey cruises to multiple locales around the planet like the coast of West Africa, northern Europe, and Asia; and dynamic river cruises on the planet’s most well-loved rivers—the Danube, Mekong, Amazon, Magdalena, and Rhine. Keep reading to plan out your next voyage.

We Know the Moon Makes Tides, but What About Mars? - atlasobscura.com - Antarctica - India
atlasobscura.com
04.04.2024

We Know the Moon Makes Tides, but What About Mars?

Let’s be blunt. Astrology has no basis in scientific fact. The motions of the planets and moons don’t meaningfully bolster or perturb your life. But that doesn’t mean that the planets don’t affect one another—and lately, scientists have come to suspect that Mars may be literally stirring tides within the depths of our world.

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