AceVolt supports eco-friendly camping with LiFePO4 Campower

The planet is in danger; environmental problems caused by alarming carbon emissions and unmindful plastic waste are getting more and more worse with each passing day. Standing in such grim circumstances, California-based outdoor gear brand AceVolt is encouraging campers to opt for eco-friendly camping travels with the help of “green” non-toxic resources and tools. The company has developed  a state-of-the-art eco-friendly LiFePO4 battery-powered portable power station, Campower, that assures clean and green camping power supply.

Fright is Might in the World of Haunted Attractions

It takes courage to leap into most businesses, but it takes a fearless, burning drive to make a business of scaring the bejeebers out of people. Haunted attractions are only open for two months, requiring the rest of the year to assess new technology and trends and make updates before the following season.

Serena Williams to mark farewell at Walt Disney World Resort

At the US Open tournament, which is likely to be the last competition of her illustrious pro tennis career, Serena Williams was asked what she was going to do next. She turned to the TV cameras and shouted: “I’m going to Disney World!”

Quark Expeditions’ new camping style in the Polar Regions

Quark Expeditions, the global Leader in Polar Adventures, has expanded its overnight camping opportunities for guests in Greenland as part of this season’s portfolio of immersive experiences. Executive take “Camping overnight in the Polar Regions has long captured the imaginations of our guests,” says Thomas Lennartz, Vice-President of Sales for Quark Expeditions. “We launched our […]

Ten things to keep in mind when planning for your road trip

The time-honored road trip is making a comeback. More Americans are traveling by car to visit family and for vacations. A survey conducted in May 2020 by the GasBuddy app revealed that almost one in three Americans intended to take a summer road vacation.

Sustainable Tourism: Everything to know

With climate change and overtourism affecting our daily lives, sustainability and mindfulness have entered the global travel discussion. Acting in ways to better our communities and our worlds has shifted from general environmental concern to activism in specific spaces, including the tourism industry.

Wine tasting ‘Santa Maria Style’ with the Santa Maria Trolley

The bags are packed, and you’re all set for your California wine country getaway. You’re so close you can almost taste the crisp chardonnays and sophisticated pinot noirs that Santa Maria Valley is famous for. Though you’re geared up and ready for a long-overdue wine country weekend, consider this; once there, how can you safely get from one winery to the next without breaking the bank?

Pet Travel: Everything you need to know

Pets have long since provided incomparable companionship and it is getting harder to go away on long trips without them. Referred to as man’s best friends, pets have slowly become part of the family and become hard to disregard in most societies. Therefore, when you next plan your family vacation, you might want to consider your cat or dog as you plan your trip.

The Montreal Art Center in Griffintown becomes an art museum

There has been tremendous change in the South West borough of Montreal over the past twelve years! Especially in the Griffintown district! A great contribution to this new Rennessance of this district was the Montreal Art Center that was first established in Griffintown in 2010.