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3 Destinations in Canada for Nature-Lovers

Canada welcomes over 22 million visitors annually from around the world. Drawn to its pristine landscapes, fascinating wildlife, and lush parks, tourists can explore Canada’s natural beauty through a variety of tours and outdoor experiences. If you love nothing more than getting out in nature, here are a few destinations you’ll want to consider for your travel plans. Banff National Park Canada’s oldest national park was established in 1885 in the Rocky Mountains of Alberta. The park’s 2500 square miles features turquoise glacier lakes, breathtaking views from mountain peaks, and abundant opportunities for observing wildlife. Exploring Lake Louise and Banff’s…
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3 Destinations for Fall Colors and Fun (That Aren’t New England!)

Each year, New England’s glorious fall colors beckon tourists to visit its quaint towns and scenic parks. But other regions of the United States also boast a beautiful autumn season. If you yearn for crisp air, crunchy leaves underfoot, and dazzling displays of nature at its best, plan your getaway to one of these destinations for fall colors and fun! Aspen, Colorado Aspen draws skiers and snowboarders to its snowy peaks in the winter, but it’s also one of the USA’s most beautiful destinations for fall colors. With fewer tourists, reduced lodging rates, and awe-inspiring pops of color against the…
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4 Resorts for Active Families

Lying on the beach with an icy beverage and a paperback novel might not feel like a dream vacation for families that fill their days with activities: sports practice sessions, weekend hikes, summer bike rides…some families are always on the go! For those that like to seek, explore, and do, here are four resorts for active families that will keep travelers of all ages busy throughout the day. Riviera Maya, Mexico Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts Riviera Maya For families wanting an indulgent beach vacation with a playful twist, the new Nickelodeon Hotel and Resorts Riviera Maya caters to family fun…
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Stunning Sites in Puerto Rico

With lush rainforests, stunning beaches and cities teeming with historic charm, it is not by chance that Puerto Rico earned the nickname “The Isle of Enchantment.” As an American territory, travelers have their pick of flights from most major US airlines, and don’t need to worry about obtaining a passport beforehand. Once you arrive, be sure to take in these must-see historic sites and breathtaking natural landmarks. sites in Puerto Rico: El Morro, Luquillo Beach, El Yunque Rainforest San Juan’s Old Forts Puerto Rico’s two most visited spots, El Morro and La Fortuleza, occupy the northernmost area of San Juan’s…
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America’s National Parks: 7 You Must Visit

In 1916, the United States government established the National Park Service. It was the first organization of its kind in the world, formed to preserve and protect our landmarks and natural treasures from an increasingly commercialized world. Approximately 327 million people visited America’s National Parks in 2019.  As people resume traveling, nature-lovers, history buffs and bucket-listers are making their way to the parks across the country once again. In honor of our 400+ parks around the country, we take a look at America’s most majestic playgrounds. Yellowstone Park – Wyoming, Idaho, and Montana The world’s very first national park remains the…
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