New in the Caribbean

With pristine beaches, clear blue water and sunny weather, the Caribbean is a popular vacation destination. But the region, so dependent on tourism, is always looking for new ways to appeal to visitors. Here are a few of the recent developments in Caribbean tourism. Delta Air Lines has already announced that it will increase capacity by 30 percent this winter to popular destinations in the … Continue reading New in the Caribbean

Visiting Hawaii Now

If you’re thinking about a trip to Hawaii and wondering whether it’s the right time, in the wake of August’s deadly and destructive wildfires on Maui, the state’s tourism officials want everyone to know that travel “is welcomed and encouraged, now more than ever.” Your visit will support local businesses and workers that rely on tourism for their families’ livelihood. Wherever you go in the … Continue reading Visiting Hawaii Now

Traveling to Hot Springs

If you love to spend time outdoors on vacation, soaking in hot springs is a great way to relax and rejuvenate in a beautiful setting. Here are just a few examples of the places you can go. Iceland’s Blue Lagoon, a geothermal spa that’s located about 45 minutes from the capital of Reykjavik, is the country’s most popular attraction and it’s open year-round. The high … Continue reading Traveling to Hot Springs

Teens and Europe

Europe can be a great destination for family travel. You’ll enjoy new experiences together and create cherished memories that will last a lifetime. The key to a successful trip is making sure that there’s something for everyone, from the oldest to youngest family members. If you’re traveling with teenagers, here are some suggestions. Your Travel Leaders travel advisor is an expert on planning family vacations … Continue reading Teens and Europe

Traveling with Disabilities

If you’re a disabled traveler, or traveling with someone who has a condition requiring extra assistance, you should seek the guidance of a professional when it comes to planning your trip. A Travel Leaders travel advisor can help you explore options for transportation, accommodations and sightseeing. Keep in mind that the more information your travel professional has, the better he or she can ensure you … Continue reading Traveling with Disabilities

Travel + Leisure’s Best Cities

Every year, Travel + Leisure magazine asks readers to vote for their favorite U.S. city. For 2023, the top five are Charleston, Santa Fe, New Orleans, Savannah and Chicago. It’s easy to see why Charleston is so popular. It combines Southern charm with the liveliness of a diverse city. With wide, pedestrian-friendly sidewalks, historic King Street is a convenient route for exploring the trendiest restaurants, … Continue reading Travel + Leisure’s Best Cities

Pets On Vacation

If you’re reluctant to leave your dog or cat behind when you go on vacation, with some advance planning you can bring them along to share in the fun. The American Veterinary Medical Association offers advice on its website,, for people who want to bring their pets on vacation. First, decide whether your pet is comfortable with travel. Some can’t handle the stress, whether … Continue reading Pets On Vacation