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Perfect Spring Break Destinations in the South: Destinations Pulse for March 2, 2016

Destination & Tourism | Janeen Christoff | March 02, 2016

Perfect Spring Break Destinations in the South: Destinations Pulse for March 2, 2016

PHOTO: Hilton Head Island. (Photo via Flickr/Eric Moreno)

Perfect Spring Break Destinations in the South
Anxious about having the kids home for a week of spring break?. If you live in the South, there are a number of safe bets just a tank of gas away and sure to keep the whining at bay.

China and the U.S. Launch Joint Tourism Campaign
A new joint campaign called “U.S.-China Tourism Year” seeks to provide new resources to tourists and travel industry providers as well as boost cultural understanding and appreciation of natural resources.

Have You Tried Extreme Cruising?
These countries of Norway and Greenland offer some of the most extreme shore excursions you can come across. Snorkeling in the Arctic (known as Polar snorkeling)? Check.

Cuba’s Cigar Country Becomes Tourist Attraction
Cuba’s tourist boom hasn’t boosted sales of its cigars – yet – but it has created a new tourist attraction. Locals in Cuba’s tobacco country are converting their farms into tourist attractions where busloads of visitors can come and have a look around.


Tourists are flocking to Australia to take advantage of the favorable exchange rate. Spending among foreign visitors is on the rise and Tourism Australia is taking advantage by reaching out with new marketing campaigns.

Ever wondered where to find the weirdest attractions in New Zealand? Well, now there is a map to help you find them – because who doesn’t want to take a picture with a giant celebrity carrot or visit the most photographed toilet in the country?

Why travel solo? The advantages are transformative. You may not realize it until later in life but quite possibly, it will define you. At the very least, you will most likely meet a bunch of really cool people

Vietnam’s Diep Son Island is becoming a popular tourism destination. Visitors are flocking to its isolated islets and its hidden pathway, covered by crystal-clear, jade-colored water. 


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