The American Bus Association’s (ABA’s) Top 100 Events is reaching up to 25,000 travel groups this year, thanks to the association’s relationship with The Group Travel Family.
More than 300 delegates, including faith-based travel planners from 25 states, gathered in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, August 5-7 for the 2014 Going On Faith Conference.
Glamping has taken off in popularity with individuals and groups across the country.
Segways offer tour companies a high-tech and highly attractive way of showing visitors the sights of their cities.
A host of entrepreneurs with innovative ideas have entered the local tourism market to breathe new life into city tours.
From shaving days off itineraries to shifting tours to take advantage of weekends, tour operators are finding new ways to accommodate working travelers.
Representatives of four organizations that host regular FAMs talk about their approaches to the tours and their tips for how travel planners can make the most of them.
A few group travel markets are booming and promise to keep growing in coming years.
According to an interview with four group travel industry leaders, the group travel market is increasingly going local with marketing messages.
If you have art lovers or architecture fans in your travel group, consider visiting some of these great art-museum mansions.