This week on Vacation Nation Radio, hosted by TravelKatz, we will be talking about a really exciting International Destination. A place to which you may have only dreamed of traveling. Listen now because we are talking about Group Travel to this is fascinating place – New Zealand! Our 15-day trip wraps up the must-sees of both the North and South Islands with a nice little bow. Consider this your New Zealand starter kit. The supplier of choice style of travel and the region we’ll visit, well, travel can be unpredictable. There is a certain amount of flexibility built into the itinerary, as we never know exactly where our journey will take us. Using this supplier requires some planning and we will help you plan what to take in consideration of the climate and the destination.
Connecticut – Travel in the USA
In this edition of Vacation Nation Radio hosted by Travelkatz very own Kathryn Hoyt & Sandra Holder, we will be talking about the Connecticut Museums – A state in southern New England that has a mix of coastal cities and rural areas dotted with small towns. The town of Mystic is famed for its Seaport museum filled with centuries-old ships and the beluga whale exhibits at the Mystic Aquarium; and don’t forget about all the other places of interest around the state, or the capital city to make your vacation an everlasting one to remember. You may even want to take in the beauty of the state’s natural wonder. Whatever you choose, staying stateside isn’t such a bad idea. And don’t forget the beauty of the National Parks or National Monuments, too. We live in a beautiful and vastly different country from sea to shining sea.
BAJA AND THE SEA OF CORTEZ – Cruises
Let’s talk about cruising. Have you really ever thought about all those seven seas or the rivers of the world? Let TravelKatz sail you away on a Group Cruise on this 8-day cruise/tour from San Carlos to Loreto where you fly home after a morning of sight-seeing. From the Pacific to the Sea of Cortez you’ll explore along Baja’s Pacific Coast and the Sea of Cortez to exponentially increase your chances of seeing humpbacks, gigantic blue whales, sperm, pilot whales, and more. Your floating base camp (ship) brings you into the breeding grounds of gray whales to observe their calves on intimate water-level encounters, and from the ship’s bow along with expert naturalists. Go snorkeling amid sea lions and schools of king angelfish in the Sea of Cortez and in extraordinary Cabo Pulmo National Marine Park. Kayak clear blue waters on the lookout for a variety of bird species including magnificent frigate birds. Hike or walk diverse landscapes, including sand dunes, a cactus forest, and deserted islands. Stroll the “Malecon” in vibrant La Paz and dine splendidly; in Loreto visit the first mission in the New World. Of course, on board, all meals are included. Discover the wonders of the various cultures and cuisine at each of the ports o’call. Every one of them will be different and distinct in their own right. Discuss with your family, friends or business partners and plan that family reunion or seminar at sea. Everyone will enjoy the shore excursions that come with every port. And don’t stop with a cruise liner; adventure with us on a river cruise or small ship or help us set the billowing sails on a windjammer cruise. You decide!
Travelkatz Travel Tips
Last but not least is our Vacation Nation Radio Travel Tips. TravelKatz loves to offer our opinions and suggestions regarding packing, traveling with children, get in-and-out of the airport quickly, first-time cruising tips – these are just among the several tips we offer. Listen weekly for these tips that will help you make your vacation even more flawless.
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