Get Ready for Micro Weddings

Perhaps one of the most interesting trends that has come out of the pandemic is the term "micro-weddings" which resembles a small dinner gathering – usually less than 20 guests. While brides and grooms can still have that special day and capture the moment, here are guidelines to consider.

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Mexico Destinations are Ready For You

Destinations across Mexico are officially reopening and have certifications from the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) thereby meeting the health and hygiene criteria. Take advantage of outdoor adventure activities including: boating, deep-sea fishing, golf, ATV riding, hiking, diving, tequila tasting tours as examples.

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Spotlight on Switzerland for Your Summer Escape

According to a recent study it has been recently established that Switzerland is one of the safest countries in the world right now for COVID-19. With dramatic views of the Alps, pristine alpine lakes, and lush green valleys, the summer offers a great time to make this place the perfect escape. Below are just a few highlights of this beautiful destination.

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The Safest Places in Europe to Visit This Summer

According to the European Best Destinations Organization (EBD) which falls under the European Commission’s EDEN Network, there is a list of top 20 vacation spots that have been deemed safe for travel which means these places have been the least affected by Covid-19. This is defined by up to 600 times fewer cases.

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How Glamping is the New Hotel

Sure we’ve been hearing the word for the past few years now as part of some cultural and travel trend phenomenon, but in the interest of safety and of course, the exotic, hotels are finding this to be the ideal solution for travelers who want to get away, but feel luxury in seclusion. What better way than creating a unique environment in which individuals can immerse themselves with the indigenous environment. It’s no surprise that five-star hotel brands such as Belmond, Four Seasons, Six Senses and others are capitalizing on this concept.

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Our Favorite Places to Enjoy Wildlife

Uganda - Considered a true WOW experience, get up close and personal with rare Silverback Mountain Gorillas in the Bwindi Forest in Uganda. There’s plenty of other wildlife to see, but what makes this so special is only a limited number of gorilla treks are allowed daily.

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Spotlight on Prince Edward Island, Canada

Both visitors and locals will attest there is plenty of nature to admire from picturesque beaches such as Cavendish, known for its redstone cliffs and its annual summer music festival. Another must-see is Thunder Cove Beach which offers dramatic rock formations – ideal for a photoshoot. There are numerous hiking and biking trails for outdoor enthusiasts to explore at Prince Edward Island National Park. The park has seven different beaches and more than 30 miles of trails to enjoy. No wonder the wildlife calls this home!

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Bahamas: Which Island is for You?

Ah….the perfect sound of sleepy waves, glistening turquoise water, and pristine white beaches are enough to lure anyone to this tropical haven. There are approximately 30 inhabited islands to pick up and go to, but each as their own special vibe. So for your next trip, ask yourself, which one is the right one for your mood?

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Virtual Tours to Sustain Your Stir Craziness

With a lot of misinformation and health scares right now, people aren’t sure if they should travel. As a result, some tourist attractions ranging from museums to national parks are offering people a chance to explore in the comfort of their own safe home.

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Spotlight on Newfoundland

Along the easternmost part of Canada is Newfoundland – situated in complete and remote wilderness. A breathtaking island that at once captivates its visitors, with its dramatic mountain landscapes and coastlines, the area offers plenty of wildlife watching, land and sea exploration,, and a strong culinary scene.

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