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Put Your Plastic to Work for Summer Fun

July means cookouts, travel and staying cool during the dog days of summer — but it’s also a great time to optimize your spending for fun activities. Use these tips and tricks to make the most of your credit cards this month. » MORE: Browse our archive of credit card tips Host a 4th of July bash … […]

Wayne Julian Stuart

Wayne Julian Stuart, a 65-year resident of California and an 18-year resident of Landers, died June 13, 2018, in Riverside. He was 89 years old. The son of Julian E. Stuart and Lois F. Stuart, he was born June 29, 1928, in Butler, Missouri. Mr. Stuart served in the U.S. Army. He was a teacher […]

Pilgrim Memorial State park improvements an inconvenience for tourists, businesses – The Boston Globe

PLYMOUTH — Two years from now, thousands of people will descend on Plymouth to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower’s landing and the beginning of Plymouth Colony. In the meantime, the popular tourist destination is a work in progress. In preparation for the festivities, the Mayflower II, a full-scale replica of the tall ship […]

When Burnout on the Job Occurs, This Travel Company Turns Its Employees Into Entrepreneurs

G Adventures provides low-interest loans to its employees to start tourism-related businesses that provide a win-win for everyone. June 29, 2018 8 min read Ruben Diaz had the life. As a tour guide and CEO—chief experience officer—for international tourism company G Adventures from 2008 to 2016, he proudly showed people from all over the world […]

TourRadar Receives $50 Million for Multi-Day Tour Sales: Travel Startup Funding This Week

Each week we round up travel startups that have recently received or announced funding. Please email Travel Tech Editor Sean O’Neill at so@skift.com if you have funding news. The total funding publicized this week was more than $70 million. >>TourRadar, an online agency for multi-day activities, such as river cruises and safaris, has received $50 million […]

NatGeo's best travel photos of 2018

The published awarded prizes for images in three categories — Nature, Cities and People — with photography experts sifted through an incredible 13,000 entries from destinations around the world before choosing 10 winners. Sensitive and original This image of Nagasaki, Kyushu won the 1st prize in the Cities category of the 2018 National Geographic Travel […]

Celebrity Travel Beauty Tips to Keep You Fresh All Summer Long

Jet lag. Dry skin. Damaged hair. These are all beauty-related things that many travelers deal with when taking long flights and staying in not-so-glamorous hotels. Though vacations are meant to be relaxing and a getaway from the hustle and bustle of everyday work life, they also take a huge toll on your skin, hair, and […]

UAE announces reduced fees to encourage tourism

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FOTO's Fourth of July Photo Contest

Cue the fireworks and welcome to FOTO’s first contest: Picturing the Fourth. THE CONTEST: For some, the 4th is about family and friends, for others the focus is massive explosions in the sky, or free-flowing beer or parades or hotdogs. Or maybe a moment to reflect on what it means to be an American in […]

See the winners of National Geographic

Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about See the winners of National Geographic’s Travel Photographer of the Year contest for 2018 The National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year contest celebrates stunning pictures taken by all levels of photographers around the world. Post to Facebook Sent! A […]