Soil. The stuff of life.

The future of the Earth and the people who live on it is dependent on the management of land and water. This is essential and something we can all agree on. After that opinions vary, and then every once in a while a movie comes along that heats up the cocktail (or kombucha) circuit with […]

Arkansas Travel Guide Named Silver Winner in National Competition

Arkansas Tourism was recently selected as a silver award winner in the 2020 North American Travel Journalists Association (NATJA) Awards Competition. The award recognizes the 2020 Arkansas Travel Guide. The publication won in the category of visitor’s guide (printed or digital)/website. Arkansas Tourism was a previous bronze award winner in 2019 in the same category […]

2021 March Featured Destination of the Month: Quebec City Tourism

The Quebec Tourist Office (OTQ) brings together more than 805 members spread over a territory that covers Quebec, L’Ancienne-Lorette, Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures, Wendake and the MRCs of  Portneuf , La  Jacques-Cartier , of Île d’Orléans  and  Côte-de-Beaupré . In short, the OTQ guides and drives the development of the tourism industry and contributes to its economic prosperity through its marketing, development, reception of tourists and community […]

Sandwiching in History tours make statewide move

Virtual tours have become a go-to avenue for tourism entities across Arkansas to carry on with programming during COVID-19. The Sandwiching in History tours offered by the Arkansas Historic Preservation Program, AHPP, has not only continued via virtual means, it has also shown an increase in popularity due to doing so. “While our staff truly […]

Aggressor Adventures Consumer Travel Index Highlights Warm Weather and Blue Mind Science

AUGUSTA, Ga. (March 4, 2021) – Aggressor Adventures® announced today the results of its latest Consumer Travel Index which tracks consumer sentiments on a bi-monthly basis.  Everyone Wants Sunshine The first survey question asks respondents for their travel preferences in 2021. Given the snow storms that swept the country in February, results show travelers are clamoring for […]

North American Travel Journalists Association Announces 29th Annual Award Winners For Excellence In Travel Journalism

29th Annual NATJA Awards Competition - Announcement of Winners

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  March 3, 2021 PASADENA, CALIF. – The North American Travel Journalists Association (NATJA) announced the winners of the 29th Annual NATJA Travel Media Awards Competition. Awards were made to publications, travel journalists and photographers, and destination marketing organizations. Winning entries from major publications included The New York Times, Condé Nast Traveler, Bloomberg Businessweek, […]

March 1: A Letter NATJA’s CEO

Greetings! As we slowly begin to open up nationally and our citizens are being vaccinated, there does seem to be a light at the end of the tunnel. Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said yesterday on one of the Sunday morning shows that we may even […]

2021 March Featured Journalist of the Month: Ursula Maxwell-Lewis

Scottish-born, South African-trained newspaper journalist and photographer. Also has an extensive background in aviation. Retired Managing Editor. Currently based in Western Canada with monthly travel columns in various online and print publications. Even after decades of travel faraway places and people continue to fascinate me. Always ready to explore more of this old globe. 1. […]

Arkansas State Parks Announce Return to Regular Hours for Park Visitor Centers

(LITTLE ROCK, Ark.) – Due to the health emergency brought on by COVID-19, many facilities at Arkansas State Parks have had reduced hours and limited occupancy for the past year. Beginning Monday, March 1, 2021, park visitor centers and museums will again have regular hours for visitors. Visitor centers will be open 7 days a week […]

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