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Is Brazil the Next Big Wine Destination? Destinations Pulse for Feb. 25, 2016

Destination & Tourism | Janeen Christoff | February 25, 2016

Is Brazil the Next Big Wine Destination? Destinations Pulse for Feb. 25, 2016

PHOTO: Rio de Janeiro (Photo courtesy Embratur)

Is Brazil the Next Big Wine Destination?
If you want to get somewhere before the masses, head to Brazil’s wine country. Find out why very few people know that Serra Gaucha is one of the hippest wine regions in the world.

The Best Things in Europe for Free
Travel to Europe may be expensive, but these free attractions are going to cut down on your costs. From Spain’s beautiful beaches to free concerts in Amsterdam, many activities don’t cost anything at all.

Where to Find the West’s Best Mountain Bike Trails
In the West, Colorado, Utah and Arizona are filled with hundreds of miles of single-track mountain bike trails, but you have to know where to look to find them. Now this company can show you the way.

Families Find Deals in Hong Kong
As Hong Kong struggles to rake in tourism dollars, families are finding big bargains in the city. Here are some tips, and savings, for those who are looking to visit the city on a shoestring.


Anjouan is one of three islands that make up the country of Comoros – and they are perfect for tourism with dramatic peaks and picture-perfect beaches, so why have so few people heard of this place

Space travel has one again been thrust into the forefront which begs the question: Is travel to Mars a reality? Astronaut Scott Kelly hopes so. Check out his fantastic Twitter images and see what it would be like to travel to Mars. 

Tourism Victoria in B.C. is looking to continue breaking tourism records with another banner year in 2016. The plan includes ways to attract new visitors, increase meetings and conferences and more. 

The anniversary of Beijing’s rule in Tibet has closed the nation off to tourists for the month of March. The annual closure has taken place since 2008 when riots rocked the country. 

Selfies are a thing of the past in Mumbai, India. After several deaths around the city, police have pinpointed several locations where they plan to “restrain” people from to prevent more casualties.


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