Family Adventure in Belize

Combine a Belize Vacation with an Expedition of Discovery New Children’s Program to Teach Rainforest Ecology and Culture The Lodge at Chaa Creek, an award-winning luxury resort in the Belizean rainforest, has been family friendly since its inception in 1981. This summer, family adventure will now take an unprecedented new dimension with the introduction of the Mac Morpho Kids Rainforest Adventure — a new fun-packed educational...

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Explore Greenland

EXPLORE GREENLAND AND LEARN ABOUT OUR CHANGING CLIMATE DURING TOUR LED BY NOTED ENVIRONMENTALIST DAVID HATCH In summer, Greenland’s isolated Arctic high country offers spectacular scenery and indigenous wildlife that includes a herd of approximately 5,000 musk oxen. It is home to giant icebergs, colorful villages and eons-old glaciers that frequently “calve” (breaking off large chunks of ice that crash into the fjord). On a new tour...

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Jade Mountain Cuisine, St. Lucia

Announcing Jade Cuisine St. Lucia’s world Class “green resort”, Jade Mountain teams up with the renowned chef Allen Susser. Jade Mountain, “…the most exciting new resort to open in the Caribbean,” now offers cuisine to match. Jade Cuisine is now under the direction ofChef Allen Susser of Chef Allen’s Restaurant in Miami. Well known for his culinary innovations, he displays extraordinary originality by using the...

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Going Green in the Galapagos

Ecoventura is the pacesetter in responsible tourism to the Galapagos Islands. Through its core commitment to the ongoing sustainability of this fragile and at-threat ecosystem, Ecoventura is a case study for communities and regions seeking to discourage the negative effects of irresponsible tourism. We invite our media friends to take a close look at this one small company that is “walking the talk” of sustainable tourism. Through an...

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Discover Los Cabos

As you plan your upcoming travel stories, we’d like to invite you to explore the natural treasures of Los Cabos, Mexico, in particular, one of our world’s most ancient and endangered creatures, the sea turtle. Just minutes away from Cabo San Lucas’s bustling resort areas, approximately 15 minutes north, lies a long stretch of environmentally protected beaches called Rancho Punta San Cristobal, where visitors can...

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Responsible Luxury Summit

New York, NY – April 21, 2008: Tuesday, 15 April 2008, was a banner day for CC Africa, with the holding of its inaugural Responsible Luxury Summit at New York’s new Times Center, posing the question: “Can Luxury Travel be Responsible Travel?” As a world leader in the art of combining luxury hospitality, conservation and social responsibility, CC Africa (Conservation Corporation Africa) called together experts...

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Vietnam Volunteer Program

Global Volunteers Offers New Volunteer Abroad Program in Vietnam Global Volunteers, the nation’s longstanding “volunteer vacation” leader, will inaugurate a new international service program opportunity in Vietnam, beginning July, 2008. In its 25th year, Global Volunteers engages short-term volunteers to work on long-term human and economic development projects on five continents in 21 countries, including the USA....

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The Glenn Goes Green

Atlanta, GA (March 11, 2008)– In addition to the high-end style and dedication to personal comfort that make the Glenn Hotel popular among both business and leisure travelers alike, the Glenn is now allowing ecologically concerned guests to leave smaller footprints when they travel. Guests with the most refined taste will continue to experience premium standards of service and luxury, while the Glenn utilizes non-intrusive,...

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Abercrombie & Kent Plants 30,000 Trees

Last year Abercrombie & Kent (A&K) launched a worldwide effort to educate the public about the threat posed by global warming. Working with Friends of Conservation, Abercrombie & Kent identified projects on all seven continents that help offset the impact of climate change, such as planting trees in Kenya’s Masai Mara and restoring elephant migration corridors in India. In addition to supporting these grassroots...

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International Expo readies in Zaragoza

ZARAGOZA, Spain, February 25, 2008 – Stunning new architecture and some of the world’s renowned artists will welcome visitors to the International Expo in Zaragoza this summer. Kicking off June 15, under the theme: “Water and Sustainable Development,” Spain’s fifth largest city is expected to draw six million attendees and bring in over $1.2 billion in tourism revenues. More than 100 countries have already signed on, and two weeks ago...

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