Planning

Nature’s Little Secrets Will Open Soon

The territorial government of the (British) Virgin Islands has made it official the British Overseas Territory will open its borders to visitors on December 1. The Government according to statements from the Premier, is optimistic and is vigorously preparing for the re-opening of the Territory to welcome back tourists among others. Premier Fahie said, “The […]

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Taking a Unique Tour of the World Online

Intrepid Adventures is known for giving you authentic looks at places by connecting you with real locals and local experiences while traveling. The world of travel for many of us has gotten a lot smaller, like a trip to the grocery store is a great adventure smaller, since the COVID-19 pandemic.  Intrepid acknowledges that but […]

Godzilla!

The king of monsters has his own museum and they’re building a zip-line that lets you go right down his gullet.  I’ll say upfront before you get too excited that the zipline isn’t up and running…yet. The open museum has 80 monster figures, movie props, models, posters, and other memorabilia in Toho’s collection. You will […]

Making it Safer for Holiday Travel

Delta airlines said its extending one of the key health and safety protocols by not only blocking the middle seat but limiting the number of customers per flight through January 6th. You also may still be feeling skittish about flying that’s why Delta has decided that continue to let you have the flexibility to change […]

How to know where to go?

I had a conversation with my brother and we were talking about how the inability to travel due to COVID-19. We don’t want to travel because we do not want to be hypocrites.  We both have been preaching the idea of being responsible during this pandemic and are refused to set a bad example. The […]

Calling All Nomads

A very interesting article by lonely planet crossed our desk this week for anyone who working remotely is not temporary. The island nation of Barbados in the Caribbean announced that they have created a new 12-month visa targeted directly at digital nomads. “We came up with a concept and it is being refined now as […]

MIAMILAND?

MIAMILAND!  may market itself as the largest theme park in Florida, but that’s not quite it. The new creative branding initiative in the hopes to attract visitors to more than just is vibrant downtown and top-notch beaches. The MIAMILAND! campaign is there to remind us that not too far from downtown you can immerse yourself […]

Subscription-Based Travel Solution?

Etihad Airways has announced TravelPass, a travel solution targeting frequent travelers. The frequent flyers can purchase a TravelPass for a set number of trips or a predetermined period instead of booking their flight one trip at a time. The innovation is aimed at giving flyers ease of booking and making their travel more cost-efficient. Robin […]

CARPHA and the Coronavirus

Well, it seems that everyone and we mean everyone is concerned about the spread of the coronavirus. The island nations of the Carribean are no exceptions.  A recent press release from the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) and the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) lays out their plans to keep the island paradises and […]

A Sea Safari for Sea Cows

A Sea Safari for Sea Cows

Last weekend, we had the chance to check another experience off our list of Florida adventures: getting up close and personal with the manatee. What is a manatee, you might ask? Manatees are large, fully aquatic, herbivorous marine mammals commonly referred to as sea cows. You can find three different kinds of gentle sea creatures: […]