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Top 5 things to do in Turks and Caicos 🇹🇨

The Turks and Caicos are so much more than sunny skies and white sand beaches. While its popularity among honeymooners is certainly noted, these stunning islands are an ideal destination for families of all ages. Spot interesting animals in their natural habitat, take part in unique cultural events, enjoy child-friendly activities, and discover all the adventures that keep teenagers and parents entertained. This is a gorgeous destination that’s perfect for the entire family.   1  |  Ride with Provo Ponies Provo Ponies, located in Providenciales, started out as a rescue operation for abused and malnourished horses. Now, visitors are invited to ride on the backs of these majestic creatures, through both beach and trail, during a three-hour excursion. This is...

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Travel with your taste buds, Taiwan!

Around 2009, mango shaved ice became an overnight sensation in Taiwan. Snow ice is different from snow cones or Hawaiian shaved ice. Where as those variations are made from shaved frozen water and topped with flavored syrups, snow ice is made from ingredients (milk, flavorings, etc.) frozeninto an ice block that are then shaved down into a snow-like consistency and topped with delicious toppings.

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The Classic Cocktail

Prepare this world-renowned cocktail, take a sip and start dreaming! Imagine yourself strolling through New York City, reveling in its old-world charm mixed with modern-day life, all while the hustle and bustle exhilarates you.

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Spotlight on Travel with Pride

After celebrating Pride throughout the month of June, this month, we’d like to acknowledge, amplify, and celebrate diversity and inclusion on a broader scale. As Lisa Lutoff Perlo, President and CEO of Celebrity Cruises, stated, “For far too long, ‘all-inclusive’ in the travel industry has meant everything on your vacation is included in one price. We set out to challenge this conventional thinking by imagining the phrase through the lens of others.” 

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