Camie Foster

Camie Foster
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Honeymoon in Hawaii

Hawaii has been popular with honeymooners for decades, and justly so. Make the most of the islands' eternal appeal by proposing Hawaii for other romantic occasions, from destination weddings to anniversary celebrations.

Considering Kerala

The same size and scope that makes India so alluring can make planning a first visit daunting-but it needn't be that way if you prioritize.

Kerala Uncovered

If your clients are looking for a blend of sightseeing and rejuvenation, try to front-load their itinerary with bustle. This way, they'll be more able to fully relax and immerse themselves in the atmosphere and quieter diversions of Kerala toward the end of their stay.

A Natural Thai Choice

Thailand is attracting increasing numbers of visitors from the U.S., and you can capture your slice of this market by talking up the diversity of experiences this destination offers.

When in Waikiki, 'Wy' Not?

Travelers who want to be in the midst of Waikiki's bustle without being buffeted by it will be able to stay in a hotel focused on the twin themes of water and art.

Big Island, Big Adventures

Guided adventures are gaining in popularity on the Big Island and throughout Hawaii, so it's a good idea for vacationers to lock in at least a few of them ahead of time so they don't miss out on their top picks.

Kempinski Managing New Chinese Luxury Trains

Beginning next spring, China-bound travelers will be able to ride the rails on upscale multiple-day trips that combine transportation with sightseeing. Kempinski Hotels has been tapped by Tangula International to manage journeys on its two routes, Beijing-Lhasa and Beijing-Lijiang. These new journeys are set to be unveiled in May in the U.S., China and Europe; bookings will be taken thereafter.

Laos' "Cave City" Brings History to Life

Between 1964 and 1973, some 23,000 Laotians lived in as many as 480 caves in the Viengxay district of the country's Houaphanh province. Today, five of the caves that once provided shelter during the Indochina War have been opened to the public, highlighting a harrowing chapter of the country's history.