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  • 2016 Adventure Travel Trends

      As older generations continue to live longer and in better shape, younger generations actively seek to push new boundaries, and overall people are becoming more travel savvy, Adventure Travel has become one of the fastest growing segments of the industry. Whether it’s cycling through the European countryside, cruising to the Antarctic Circle, helping to build a sustainable community in a third world country, backpacking solo across the U.S., and everything in between, travelers are looking…

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  • Antoine’s Restaurant

    Antoine’s Restaurant in New Orleans is a unique combination of history, charm and excellent French-Creole cuisine. And, it’s easy to see why some say it’s like a museum, and has been named to the Southern Food & Beverage Museum’s National Culinary Heritage Register. Celebrating 175 Years of Culinary Tradition in 2015, Antoine’s Restaurant holds the distinction as the oldest continually operating restaurant in nation. Not only is Antoine’s, located at 713 St. Louis Street in the…

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  • African American Adventure Travel

    Looking at the people portrayed in most adventure travel literature today, most of the non-white faces you see are the indigenous people, local guides and servants featured there. Until now, the typical adventure traveler has been the 35 year-old white male, but increasingly women and people of color are exploring new and adventuresome ways to navigate and play on our planet, creating new travel patterns and a new travel market. Let’s look at some factors behind…

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