Visit Rwanda casts Instagram initiative to protect gorillas

Visit Rwanda and the Rwanda Development Board (RDB) is launching a new innovative use of technology to protect and conserve gorillas and promote sustainable and responsible wildlife tourism in the country. With GorillaGram, visitors to Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park will not just get to spend time with the country’s famed mountain gorillas, but they can also utilize Instagram to help play an active role in gorilla conservation by sharing their own experiences and photos through the platform.

World’s Longest Canal Open to Tourists in N. China’s Cangzhou Downtown Section

The Cangzhou city downtown section of the world’s oldest and longest man-made river, the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal, is open to navigation for tourism on September 1 and will give visitors a chance to appreciate the masterpiece of ancient China’s artificial waterway, announced an official with the Cangzhou city government of north China’s Hebei Province.

Looking for a quiet vacation? A trip to Dhofar should help

The Sultanate of Oman has a secret. A secret that is as wondrous as it is unexpected. And a secret that visitors are now discovering for themselves. Monsoon rains from the East bringing to the Governorate of Dhofar cooler temperatures and a carpet of lush greenery emerges, wadis and waterfalls begin to flow and both […]

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.

Subaru Canada launches its adventure on parks program

Subaru Canada, Inc. (SCI) is embracing the summer weather by encouraging Canadians to further explore this country’s natural backyard. SCI is proud to continue its partnership with provincial parks across Canada and promote national park expeditions with the Subaru Wilderness Parks Canada Discovery Pass program. Provincial Parks Subaru Canada is continuing its partnerships with the […]

Venture beyond Yellowstone National Park this summer

While Yellowstone National Park’s South Loop is open and access is available through the West Entrance, South Entrance and East Entrance, the recently launched alternating license plate system gives visitors the opportunity to explore beyond Yellowstone.

Lonely Planet highlights 50 epic hikes of the Americas

LONELY PLANET, the digital travel guidance company and a travel guidebook brand has launched its newest title, Epic Hikes of the Americas. Featuring 50 stories of incredible hiking routes in North and South America, spanning Greenland to Chile, plus a further 150 suggestions, Lonely Planet’s Epic Hikes of the Americas will inspire a lifetime of adventure on foot.

How two female entrepreneurs are redefining the lake travel industry

Two Virginia entrepreneurs say a stroke of serendipity and the faith of a revered colleague led them to the business opportunity of their dreams. Now Andie Gibson and Jennifer Church are taking the project – LakeLubbers.com – to the next level to honor their friend and associate Brian Raub, who died of duodenal cancer in 2021.

Gorilla Trekking in East Africa: Permits, cost and when to travel

Planning to go on a gorilla trekking expedition in East Africa? There is no other experience than moments spent with a mountain gorilla. Experience genuine African authenticity as you gaze upon the world’s endangered gorilla species. There are only about 1,063 gorillas left in the world.