Best horror attractions 2017: ‘Field of Screams’ (Mountville, Pennsylvania)

Best horror attractions 2017: ‘Field of Screams’ (Mountville, Pennsylvania)

The Schopf family celebrates 25 years of scaring unsuspecting humans in the latest iteration of their “Field of Screams” horror attractions nestled in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. The event actually started as a small-scale, one-time, creepy hayride for the brothers Jim and Gene after a friend suggested to Gene that it might be fun. “We were […]

RV trips are a travel market worth exploring

RV trips are a travel market worth exploring

From Travel Pulse Travel agents can help anyone plan trips by booking plane reservations and hotels, obtaining reservations and tickets for excursions, planning itineraries and obtaining rental cars. But can a travel agent help someone who’s traveling by RV? “We handle everything but plane tickets and we reserve hotels, RVs, campsites and activities months in […]

Mind-blowing history on Hilton Head Island

Mind-blowing history on Hilton Head Island

From Travel Pulse For most people, the history of Hilton Head Island starts in 1956 with Charles Fraser’s founding of Sea Pines. That’s all they need to know: That’s the point at which sleepy barrier island began its transformation into a world-renowned vacation destination defined by wide sandy beaches and some of the best golf […]

Include these cities in Mexico on your travel bucket list

Include these cities in Mexico on your travel bucket list

From Travel Pulse While most travelers head to Mexico’s fabled beaches in search of sun, fun and some tequila shots, true travelers know that a little extra exploration will pay large dividends. In fact, there’s more than one destination that merits a spot on your must-see list, all accessible when booking a trip with Funjet Vacations. Merida […]

Experience London the royal way

Experience London the royal way

From Travel Pulse British royalty is once again dominating headlines. With a new royal baby on the way and several worthy theatrical productions dropping on television and cinemas this fall, it’s easy to get swept up in monarch-mania. Looking forward to the next season of “The Crown” or the new season of the Emmy Award-winning PBS series “Victoria?” Are […]

How social media impacts travel decisions

How social media impacts travel decisions

From Travel Pulse Is the fear of missing out (FOMO) making it impossible for Americans to relax on vacation? A new Travelzoo survey found that conflicting desires are leading travelers to return home from vacation feeling less than satisfied. “With news feeds full of envy-inducing photos, it is no wonder that travelers feel torn between […]

Carmel-by-the-Sea provides a perfect, rustic weekend

Carmel-by-the-Sea provides a perfect, rustic weekend

From Travel Pulse One of the most beautiful collaborations between man and nature has to be the seaside bohemian artist village of Carmel-by-the-Sea. Located just five miles south of Monterey, Carmel’s groves of live oaks, pines and Monterey Cypress meet the white silky sands of its pristine beach. What began as an artist colony that […]

Dubuque, Iowa, produces both craft rum and microbrewery beers

Dubuque, Iowa, produces both craft rum and microbrewery beers

ANALYSIS/OPINION: Believe it or not, you can now taste craft rum made in … Iowa. Yes, that’s right, Paradise Distilling Company in Dubuque, Iowa – 1,422 miles from the Bahamanian home of that particular liquor – is taking a try at producing Caribbean-style rums right on the banks of the Mississippi River. The results will […]

Scotland voted world’s most beautiful country

Scotland voted world’s most beautiful country

From Travel Pulse The votes have been counted and Scotland has been pronounced as the most beautiful country in the world by the readers of Rough Guides. Yes, this small nation—known for having a landscape loaded with alluring lochs and rugged islands—beat out bigger countries like Canada, New Zealand and Italy to grab the crown. […]

Learning along the mighty St. Lawrence River

Learning along the mighty St. Lawrence River

“The world is a book and those who do not travel only read one page.” – St. Augustine In his opening remarks, Adventure Canada tour administrator Matthew James Swan echoed St. Augustine as he welcomed 189 travelers and staff to a journey down the St. Lawrence River, one of the largest in the world. Before […]