This Secret Hand-Carved Cave In New Mexico Is Stunning
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Why New York City is pitching tourism to Canadians | Your Morning
Fred Dixon, president, NYC & Company, tells us why they are trying to pitch tourism to Canadians and the effect of the 'Trump slump.'
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Family Has Been Sailing Around The World Non-Stop For 9 Years
The Gifford family left their home in Washington in 2008 to sail around the world. They have not stopped since. We met up with them in the summer of 2016 in Noank, Connecticut to learn their story and to see how they all live on a 47-foot sailboat.
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The Next Big Thing in Travel and Tourism - YouTube
What's going to be the 'The Next Big Thing in Travel and Tourism?'
Destinations are not enough so over the years many things have been added to enhance the travel experience and the bottom line. An example is Atlantis in the Bahamas with it's aquarium, water park etc. for a 1 billion dollar investments. Now there are all kinds of specials being advertised to lure vacationers.
Cancun didn't exist 40 years ago, today it's the number one Mexico destination for vacationers.
Eco tourism, adventure tourism, wine tours, gambling and casinos, multi day music festivals have all been done - all over the world. So now Sports is the next tourism bait.
Here in the Okanagan Penticton used to host the Ironman Triathlon with thousands coming to participate. IRONMAN Celebrates 30 Years of Racing in Penticton...
But no more...
Penticton exchanges 'Challenge' for 'Ironman' in sponsorship switch...
So what's going to happen to the Ironman?
Get this... Mayor of Kelowwna Walter Gray travelled to Tampa, Florida earlier this week to head the delegation that presented Kelowna's bid for Ironman Canada.
So the thing is that Kelowna is spending taxpayers money to attract the Ironman. 60 km away will be the Challange triathlon - If there are a couple of thousand athletes available does anyone think they will participate in both? At best it could be a 50/50 split so no one will benefit.
This is what's happening to all forms of tourism, cut throat competition where the reality is finding the next big thing..
Travel Trends 2011 -2012 Winter - Canada
Booking packaged travel, (all inclusive vacations) is easy...
The Kelowna International Airport was host to a travel event on October 29. We were there to gauge the travelers. Mostly older people were milling about gathering information from travel agencies, air lines and tourism boards.
I wasn't expecting younger people, or more precisely anyone who is computer literate .
Google says two-thirds of businesses now plan their travel using search engines, with smart phone bookings rising 69% just in 2010.
He added that 69% of businesses (compared to 63% of consumers) plan travel by searching the internet, visiting an average of 22 sites before deciding on a destination.
Online search engines continue to dominate the travel industry with two out of three leisure travellers (66%) and 59% of business travellers using them to research travel, according to a Travelport report .
Google recently reported that 64% of leisure travellers and 65% of business travellers use search engines to begin their travel planning, exemplifying just how key search marketing is. (tnooz - talking travel tech, September 2010)
The world of travel planning and booking has changed with the internet, we research destinations extensively along with consumer generated reviews which I trust more than commercial marketing. We find booking tickets, including packaged vacations a 'no-brainier' and easy.
We have favorite sites that we use for comparison shopping just as I wouldn't buy something in the first store I go to and then since ALL internet sites and travel agencies handle the same product, we make reservations based on price.
Touring a Pistachio Nut Farm in New Mexico - PistachioLand - Home of World's Largest Pistachio!
We couldn't resist stopping here on our drive from New Mexico to El Paso, Texas. The large pistachio statue definitely draws you in! We really enjoyed the tour of the pistachio farm, since we'd never seen a pistachio tree before! Of course, my favorite part was sampling all the yummy pistachios afterwards, especially the sweet ones! FYI, the farm is called PistachioLand, and it's in Alamogordo, New Mexico. I hope you enjoy watching this! Please subscribe to our YouTube Channel, NVAFAM, so we may share more of our videos with you. Thanks!!
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Chris Dixon: Ghost Wave | Talks at Google
Chris Dixon discusses his non-fiction book about Cortes Bank, the submerged mountain that is 100-miles southwest of Los Angeles. Said to create some of the largest waves on the planet, it is a dangerous and seductive place for big wave surfers who risk their lives trying to surf it. Chris researched the history of this mysterious place, from the ancient people that lived on the neighboring islands to the first sailors that attempted to map the California Coast and nearly died in the waves of Cortes Bank. Fielding audience questions after the presentation, Chris is joined by surf photographers Rob Brown and Jason Murray, along with big wave surfing legends Jeff Clark, Ken Skindog Collins, and Greg Long.
The Red River - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]
The River Runs Red
The Red River is a dividing line full of interesting people and tales. Travel this historic corridor along the Texas - Oklahoma border. This segment airs on the Texas Parks and Wildlife television show the week of December 25-31, 2012, and repeats the week of June 24-30, 2012, on the Texas PBS stations. tpwd.state.tx.us/tv
Bay of Fundy | Tides | New Brunswick, Canada
Come to the Bay of Fundy and watch the highest tides in the world and then, six hours later at low tide, you can walk on the ocean floor.
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