In a recent survey of Americans commissioned by Exodus Travels, 80% said they need a vacation in 2023 more than ever before. This means travel-related gifts will likely be very welcomed this holiday season.
Caribbean travel is back, and many favorite spots are expanding their offerings to meet a greater range of tastes and interests. If you or your travel companions are vegan, for example, you can find many more opportunities to relax and indulge.
The Four Seasons Hotel Washington, DC is embracing the holidays in the nation’s capital with holiday decorations, an outdoor holiday market featuring local craftspeople, family-friendly Teddy Bear Teas, and more.
If you’re looking to do some holiday shopping in the Big Apple, the Gansevoort Meatpacking is offering a Shop ‘Til You Drop package that is perfect for the season.
Orlando has long been synonymous with theme parks, and rightly so. It’s home to more than a dozen, including Sea World, Disney, and Universal Studios. However, it now has a new moniker: “foodie hot spot.”
It’s the height of the leaf-peeping season. And some of the best fall foliage destinations in the country are just a road trip away.
The 2022 FIFA World Cup will be held in Qatar from Nov. 20 to Dec. 18. It’s the first time the 32-team tournament has been held in the Middle East. In celebration of this milestone, Qatar Airways, FIFA’s Official Airline Partner, is offering special all-inclusive travel packages.
Looking for a family getaway that’s anything but ordinary? Look no further than Plano, where Texas-sized fun comes without big-city hassles or price tags. Less than 30 minutes from DFW and DAL airports, Plano offers the perfect mix of outdoor thrills, indoor fun, colorful festivals, and tempting eats. Walkable lodging, entertainment and dining areas make it easy to strike the right balance between recreation and relaxation.
Tailwind Air has launched nonstop seaplane service between Manhattan’s Skyport Marina at East 23rd Street (NYS) to Washington, D.C.’s College Park Airport (CGS).