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Tips about planning and booking your group trip.

Marco Island for Snowbird Travel Groups

If you live north of the Mason-Dixon Line, then you know winter can be tough on your bones and your mood. Having a winter home in Florida may be many people’s dream, but it is a reality for a very lucky few. If you are among the rest of us mortals, then perhaps you want Read More

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Take a Bike Ride & Support a Cause

With the end of summer coming, there is no better way to close out the season than giving back to a good cause, and doing it as a group. That is exactly what a team from Pratt & Whitney Canada is doing this Holiday Weekend.  Pratt & Whitney Canada has a team of 30 employees Read More

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How to Stretch Your Field-Trip Budget: Back-to-School Travel Tips

The much-anticipated start of the new school year is upon us, and with it comes the excitement of planning educational field trips for our students. While some school districts are fortunate to be in close proximity to great museums and a myriad of historical sites, for many others overnight travel is a must. If your Read More

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Charleston, South Carolina: Best Historical Attractions

Packed with magnificent and well-preserved architecture, grand landscapes, and historical locations, Charleston is a fantastic year-round destination for groups. From ladies’ weekends to history-major group trips, we can only say good things about this East Coast city.   If your group is having trouble deciding how to make the most of your time in Charleston, Read More

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South Beach Wine & Food Festival: A Guide for Groups

Year after year, thousands of foodies converge in South Beach for the wine and food festival. With over 200 chefs and 150 wineries, this festival is one of the most coveted gastronomy and viticulture events. Culinary schools, gourmet clubs, and food aficionados head to the beach to rub shoulders with their favorite stars from the Read More

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