If you’re a fan who has a trip to your favorite national or international sports competition on your bucket list, you’re not alone.Read More
Today’s consumers are increasingly interested in the types of experiences that adventure travel provides, whether it’s exploring new cultures or eco-tourism or taking a trip to hike, cycle or go boating.Read More
A recent survey conducted by Travel Leaders Group finds that people are interested in going farther afield on vacation. With more options for flights, accommodations and activities, it’s now easier than ever to travel from Los Angeles to amazing places around the world.Read More
If you’re a business traveler, an overnight flight poses special challenges. Unlike passengers who are traveling for leisure, you may not have the option of taking a day to relax when you get to your destination.Read More
With an abundance of museums, monuments and landmarks, it’s always a great time to visit Washington, D.C. And if you venture a little farther, the region offers even more attractions.Read More
Some of the most important decisions about your business trip are the ones you make before you leave home.Read More
With lots of activities that appeal to kids — including the child in all of us — a cruise can be a terrific choice for an action-packed family vacation.Read More
Luxury travel isn’t solely about the level of accommodations anymore. These days, it’s also about the unique experiences, personalized itineraries and destinations that travelers can choose around the world.Read More
Cities around the world will hold Pride Month celebrations this summer, making it a perfect occasion for LGBTQ travelers to plan a trip and join in the festivities.Read More
For travelers who relish the thrill of setting foot in places where relatively few people have ever been, and who love taking cruises, there’s a way to combine both of those passions.Read More
April means tax time. If you’re self-employed or are a small business owner and you travel for work, another year of receipt collection and careful tracking of expenses is underway. Before next April rolls around, here are some travel expense tips to keep in mind so that you’re not scrambling to meet the tax-filing deadline.
When it comes to business-related travel expenses, the IRS has strict rules requiring a high level of substantiation. And if all or part of your trip takes place outside the United States, some IRS rules are different.
But wherever you travel, it’s important to maintain good records — ones that go beyond simply keeping receipts in a desk drawer or filing cabinet.Read More
Travel can be an unforgettable and life-changing event, a chance to experience a different culture and learn how people live around the world – their history, food and traditions.
The experts at Travel Leaders have selected several top destinations for overseas adventures in 2019 that travelers may want to check off their bucket lists.Read More
If you’re a pet owner who does not want to leave a furry friend behind when you go on vacation, take heart. You may find it easier than you think to bring your dog or cat along to share in the fun.
Of course, before making a decision you want to make sure that your pet is comfortable with travel. Whether it’s due to age, health, temperament or even breed, not every animal is up to a trip, especially if it involves traveling by air or spending a lot of time in the car. So it’s a good idea to discuss your plans with your veterinarian.Read More
When you plan a vacation, you want to make sure that you’re getting the best value for your money as well as the extras that create memories you’ll cherish. Being able to pay for all or part of your vacation with points from your credit card is one way to stretch your dollars and increase the value of your trip. A new travel benefit program unveiled by Travel Leaders Group can help.Read More
If you have a car buff in the family, consider combining that interest with a Father’s Day getaway. There are more than a hundred automotive museums from coast to coast, so wherever you go, you’re likely to find one nearby.Read More
Just for fun, let’s suppose that you have been contemplating taking that long overdue dream vacation. Since you seem so obviously bright, let’s credit you with the wisdom of seeking the advice of a professional travel advisor to help you plan your trip. Here is where I feel obliged to give you a little heads up. At some point during the crafting of your unforgettable vacation experience, your travel advisor, if worth their salt, will bring up the subject of travel insurance.Read More
With all of the demands of daily life, it can be difficult to take the time to focus on health and wellness. A trip to a wellness resort is a chance to plug into the latest in healthy practices and come back recharged and ready to take on 2019.Read More
Anytime is a great time to treat your mother or the mother of your children to a relaxing getaway, but Mother’s Day is a perfect reason to give her the gift of travel.Read More
The Grand Canyon is “beyond comparison — beyond description; absolutely unparalleled throughout the wide world,” President Theodore Roosevelt said when he visited the Grand Canyon in 1903. If a visit to the Grand Canyon is on your travel bucket list, this year is a great time to plan a trip.Read More
Traveling as a family is a great way to strengthen bonds and make lifetime memories. When it comes to family vacations, skip-gen travel is a growing trend — grandparents and grandchildren taking a trip together while the parents stay home.Read More