North & Central America
New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island (PEI) are the four provinces which make up Atlantic Canada and travellers looking to fill their tummies in 2014 will be delighted by a host of food festivals and celebrations.
A new Hard Rock hotel is set to open in Palm Springs on 4th October 2013, bringing the legendary Hard Rock vibe to this Californian city famed for its celebrity appeal.
The opening of a new major new attraction in the Canadian Rockies, a brand new Niagara Falls boat operator, and a brand new downtown Toronto Aquarium.
As triathlon-fever sweeps through the UK in the wake of the Olympic gold medallist Brownlee Brothers, a number of British enthusiasts are expected to join over 200 novice and professional athletes in The Arch and Godfrey Cayman Islands Triathlon taking place in the British Overseas Territory later this year.
Destination British Columbia has launched Ski BC Canada for all ‘Early Bird’ bookings this ski season with special rates from £799 across British Columbia resorts until November 15 2013.
One of the biggest cultural events in the Dutch Caribbean island of Aruba takes on a golden touch in 2014 when its carnival extravaganza celebrates its 60th anniversary.
British Airways is to be the only airline to offer direct flights from London to Austin in Texas from 2014.
A boost to its culinary credentials, Washington, DC now boasts more than 2,000 top dining spots, not to mention one of most varied, colourful and unique culinary scenes in America.
Thousands of certified divers visit the Florida Keys annually to dive a string of sunken vessels and artificial reefs between Key Largo and Key West, prompting the extension through 1, January 2014, of a popular "Wreck Trek Passport Program" that rewards divers for logging a series of wreck dives.
Newly opened five star Nunavut Lodge has a plethora of multi season activities for both novice and expert explorers.
Broadway Week returns to New York City this autumn, offering theatregoers two-for-one tickets to 19 popular Broadway shows.
According to data released by Motel6, the U.S motel chain, British travellers leave 500,000 items behind in motel rooms when travelling in the U.S in just one year.
From Autumn to Spring, when darkness comes to Yukon skies, the Northern Lights come out. First you might see a hint of neon colour in the starry sky, then a jagged burst of green, and soon you're transfixed by an ethereal display of shimmering aurora borealis.
As more bike sharing programs are introduced in major cities across the country, some travellers may consider using alternative modes of transportation for sightseeing.
Love the outdoors but hate the idea of roughing it? Visitors to the south of the Atlantic Canadian province of New Brunswick can now enjoy ‘glamping’ for the first time thanks to brand new ‘Dream Domes’ introduced at Ridgeback Lodge.
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