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Zika Virus Q&A

Q: What is the Zika Virus? A: A mosquito-borne virus that falls under the same category as the yellow fever and West Nile.  The medical community has been aware of Zika since 1947 and research is continuing to be done in order to learn more about it. Unfortunately, there is no medicine or vaccine to […]

What to See in South America

Hola! Olá! Raphi! Laphi! South America’s culture is vibrant in color, spice, music and ah yes, food. It is where you can find the best mouth watering steak and fresh fruit even the pickiest eater will be tempted to eat. Traveling to South America is a treat, but with 12 countries, it may be hard […]

8 American History Sites every citizen should see

“O’er the land of the free and the home of the home of the brave,” this country has many phenomenal places that mark change and hold historical value. While it may be hard to reach all of them, we’ve compiled a list of our top must-see sites we think every citizen should see. • Battle […]

Top 10 Safest Countries in 2016

With the way the world is portrayed on the news, it’s hard to know if it’s really safe anywhere you go, especially outside the comforts of your own neighborhood. But there is a silver lining in all this muck. Each year, the Global Peace Index (GPI), published by the Institute of Economics and Peace, generates […]

You Don’t Need Travel Protection if…

…you don’t travel; just like you don’t need car insurance if you don’t drive. Although we can’t control luggage getting lost or stop a family member from having a medical emergency during vacation, having travel insurance decreases out of pocket expenses and the hassle it will take to solve unplanned events. Problems during vacation take […]

4 Reasons Why You Should Travel

There are many excuses why you may not travel. It could be work commitments, financial pressure, or a fear of new and different experiences. This, my friends, is what I call the excuse bug. Despite the fact that these very excuses were most likely used by the baby boomers themselves, it is now one of […]

Family Travel Planning

Traveling as a family is a rich and rewarding experience, albeit with some anxiety at times! But from it come a lifetime of memories and smiles. Try this simple test. You have just two seconds to answer this question: Name a gift you received for your birthday five years ago? 10 years ago? Two years […]

The Shocking News about Travel Agents

An independent study conducted by TNS Global and funded by Carnival Corporation has revealed some amazingly shocking news about travel agents. It found that travel agents not only provide personal service- which is lacking with online bookings- but that trips booked through travel agents are less expensive than trips booked online. Here is a look […]

What to know Before Traveling

Fear is a powerful emotion, but it doesn’t have to be dragged onto your vacation with you. The following 4 tips will help you prepare for the “just in case” emergencies and stay safe while you travel. 1. Be Familiar with the State Department Website The State Department website will help you answer “Is this […]

“Airline prices are always subject to change…”

If you aren’t sweating yet, let me give you a reason to. A few well-known airlines such as American, Delta, and United, have increased their domestic pricing structure. This means that some “multi-segment itineraries now cost a significantly higher amount when they are presented as a single ticket rather than multiple one-way tickets,” said Zane […]

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