Revenge travel is coming to an end in the US as price becomes a priority

Travelers seeking revenge after the pandemic disrupted plans for nearly two years have already rescheduled and gone on those trips, but are now looking to venture to their next destination, according to travel experts. After two years of travelers making up for lost time during the pandemic, leisure travel in the United States has finally … Read more

Safest Countries To Travel to in 2024 | National

In 2023, the financial impact of violence in the world has increased, costing the global economy an estimate. $1 trillion more than last year. Fortunately, there are still popular places in the world that people can visit with some assurance of safety. Every year, Berkshire Hathaway Travel Protection presents its highly anticipated list of the … Read more

Can travel be sustainable? Industry charts new future at ITB Berlin

With global travel and tourism expected to make a full recovery this year after the pandemic, the industry is facing increasing pressure to meet its sustainability commitments. ADVERTISING As thousands of travel and tourism representatives gathered in Berlin for the annual ITB trade event, they were in a lively mood, with the industry returning to … Read more

Solo Travel Skyrockets for 2024 – Here’s What You Should Know | National

According to Digital journalThe Global Solo Travel Service Market is expected to grow by 9.1 percent from 2023 to 2030. The Caribbean is set to benefit from a large portion of that growth. For many, the Caribbean calls to a part of their soul that they cannot ignore, and for a growing number of travelers, … Read more

Nebraska couple packed up the kids and left to travel world

Lauren and Lucas Corbett followed the so-called American dream. Visiting landmarks like the Sydney Opera House in Australia gives the Corbett family more opportunities to spend time together. “Every afternoon we go into town and check things out,” Lucas Corbett said. LUCAS CORBETT They earned college degrees and started careers. They built a big house … Read more

Longer Spring Festival holiday sparks travel frenzy

Tourists experience the local bamboo dance with residents of Maona village, Hainan province, on Wednesday, in celebration of the Spring Festival. [Photo/Xinhua] BEIJING — For the Chinese, the eternal theme of the Spring Festival, or Chinese New Year, remains the family reunion, but a growing number of Chinese are choosing to integrate travel into their … Read more

Bethany teacher to bike Britain | News

GOSHEN – Bethany Christian Schools teacher Josh Weaver was one of more than 100 teachers across the state to receive a Teacher Creativity Fellowship Program Grant from the Lilly Endowment Association. Their brotherhood, the British Bicycle Pilgrimage, starts in early June. “Every project that Lilly funds is designed by the teacher themselves for something they … Read more

Travel tips: First-timer’s guide to successful international trip

Here’s an in-depth guide with 15 travel tips to help first-time international travelers make the most of their adventure. …read more Here’s an in-depth guide with 15 travel tips to help first-time international travelers make the most of their adventure. Posted on February 01, 2024 07:00 AM IST 17 photos Going on your first international … Read more

Blizzards and extreme weather could disrupt China’s Lunar New Year travel

Snow storms and others extreme weather could disrupt transportation for the hundreds of millions who travel across China during the Lunar New Year travel period, known as Chun Yun. The China Meteorological Administration (CMA) said on Tuesday that “complex” winter weather across the country, including rain and snowcould have “a significant impact.” transportation during this … Read more