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    • Travel

    • Travel is the movement of people between relatively distant geographical locations, and can involve travel by foot, bicycle, automobile, train, boat, airplane, or other means, with or without luggage, and can be one way or round trip. Travel can also include relatively short stays between successive movements. The ... Read »


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    • A Broad Abroad

    • A Broad Abroad is an adventure travel webseries on Yahoo! Travel hosted by Paula Froelich which launched on September 8, 2014. The 5-minute videos follow Froelich to destinations on every continent where she interviews local residents to learn about their unique culture. The host of A Broad Abroad, Froelich is an ... Read »


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    • Adventure

    • An adventure is an exciting or unusual experience. It may also be a bold, usually risky undertaking, with an uncertain outcome. Adventures may be activities with some potential for physical danger such as traveling, exploring, skydiving, mountain climbing, scuba diving, river rafting or participating in extreme sports. ... Read »


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    • Adventure travel

    • Adventure travel is a type of niche tourism, involving exploration of travel in an “unusual, exotic, remote, or wilderness destination.” (www.tru.ca). Travelers are highly engaged in involvement with activities that include perceived (and possibly actual) risk, and potentially requiring specialized skills and ... Read »


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    • Americana (book)

    • Americana: Dispatches From The New Frontier

      Americana: Dispatches From The New Frontier is a 2004 collection of non-fiction essays compiled by American historian and author Hampton Sides. The book was published in paperback on April 13, 2004 through Doubleday. The book consists of several essays that Sides wrote while traveling through the United States examini ... Read »


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    • Bold Earth Teen Adventures

    • Bold Earth Teen Adventures is a tour company based in Colorado that offers summer adventure programs for middle and high school teens. Bold Earth offers trips to locations around the world. The company was founded by Abbott Wallis. Bold Earth is accredited by the American Camp Association. Bold Earth was scrutin ... Read »


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    • Debt-lag

    • Debt-Lag is a condition which results from overuse of one’s credit card or other forms of credit while travelling. The debt itself can refer to the amount spent in the lead up to travelling, during the trip and any unexpected costs which come about from that trip, such as cross currency conversion fees and foreign ... Read »


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    • Departure tax

    • A departure tax is a fee charged (under various names) by a country when a person is leaving the country. Some countries charge a departure tax only when a person is leaving by air. Various rules apply to the payment of the tax, including payment at the airport to those about to catch a flight (sometimes only in the l ... Read »


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    • Flying Chalks

    • Flying Chalks is a Singapore-based start-up company. Their primary service lies in providing an integrated platform to enhance the overseas experiences of tertiary students worldwide. Flying Chalks seeks to help students connect with local and international friends, plan their overseas trips, and share advice and expe ... Read »


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    • Global Travel Consolidation

    • Global travel consolidation is the convergence of the components of a managed travel program at a regional level, and is a process used by Corporate Travel Management companies. In practice, this means leveraging travel volumes and concentrating sourcing with one travel provider, as well as standardizing travel policie ... Read »


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    • Gloria Guevara

    • Gloria Guevara

      Gloria Guevara Manzo (born 1967) is a business executive with experience in the private and public sectors. She was Secretary of Tourism for Mexico from March 2010 to November 30, 2012. Gloria began her professional career at NCR Corporation in 1989 and worked in the IT industry in various roles, working for North Amer ... Read »


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    • HolidayIQ.com

    • HolidayIQ.com

      HolidayIQ.com is an online travel community and information portal powered by user-generated content. Travel information is generated through varied forms of content including reviews, photographs, videos and interactive travel forums. The website is not of a travel agent and does not do any bookings directly. It is a ... Read »


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    • Homesickness

    • Homesickness is the distress or impairment caused by an actual or anticipated separation from home. Its cognitive hallmark is preoccupying thoughts of home and attachment objects. Sufferers typically report a combination of depressive and anxious symptoms, withdrawn behavior and difficulty focusing on topics unrelated ... Read »


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    • Walter Hunziker

    • Walter Hunziker (1899–1974) was a Swiss professor who founded the Tourism Research Institute at the University of St. Gallen, co-developed the scientific study of tourism, developed the travel savings fund concept, co-founded the Association Internationale d'Experts Scientifiques du Tourisme (AIEST) and the Instit ... Read »


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    • IATA New Distribution Capability

    • NDC (New Distribution Capability) is a suggested airline distribution format promoted by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) for the development and market adoption of a XML-based data transmission standard between a small number of airlines and global distribution systems. IATA NDC was approved in Octo ... Read »


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    • James Villa Holidays

    • James Villa Holidays

      www.jamesvillas.co.uk James Villa Holidays (also known as James Villas) is a villa tour operator, with a head office based in Maidstone in the UK. The business operates under Wyndham Vacation Rentals®, family of brands within Wyndham Worldwide, following the original owner’s decision to sell the company in 200 ... Read »


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    • Jetcost

    • Jetcost.com

      Jetcost is a travel website, whose metasearch engine allows users to browse and compare rates and availability for flights, hotels and car hire. The firm's products are available in more than 30 countries, with a strong position in Europe, South America and Asia.It has a particularly significant role in the French ... Read »


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    • List of top earning travel companies

    • This is a list of top earning travel companies. This list includes major traditional travel agencies, online travel agencies, and travel management companies that are located globally. 2016 top earning travel companies rankings are based on their reported sales for the year of 2015 and only list the top 50 travel ... Read »


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    • Draft:Polish Travel Documentaries

    • Polish Travel Documentaries have gained worldwide interest. Since the late 1990s, Poland is familiar with the foreign culture and interesting facts from all of the continents, due to the existence of Polish travel TV series and movies. The first person, who adapted the trend of sharing travel experiences with audience, ... Read »


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    • Post-vacation blues

    • Post-vacation blues (Canada and US), Post-holiday blues (Ireland and some Commonwealth countries) or just vacation/holiday blues or less commonly, post-travel depression (PTD) is a type of mood that persons returning home from a long trip (usually a vacation) may experience. A person may suffer from post vacation ... Read »


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    • Pumlenpat

    • Pumletnpat is a small lake situated about 68 km south of Imphal, the capital of Manipur, and about 45 km from Thoubal. This fresh-water lake is the second largest in the state after Loktak Lake. People situated around this lake depend on fishery products for their livelihood. The lake plays an important role in l ... Read »


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    • Draft:Rann Utsav

    • Rann Utsav - A Driver of Tourism in Gujarat History Certainly one of the largest salt ranns on this planet, the tremendous Great Rann of Kutch in the state of Gujarat (India) is understood not best for its natural beauty alone however for what then the Chief Minister of Guarat and now the Prine Minister Mr. Narendra M ... Read »


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    • Rest area

    • A rest area, travel plaza, rest stop, or service area is a public facility, located next to a large thoroughfare such as a highway, expressway, or freeway at which drivers and passengers can rest, eat, or refuel without exiting onto secondary roads. Other names include motorway service area, service station, rest and s ... Read »


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    • Shofur

    • Shofur is a transportation logistics and technology company based in Atlanta, GA that offers charter bus bookings and low-cost bus tickets across the US and in parts of Canada via their website. In addition to its operations in the charter bus industry, Shofur is a growth-stage tech startup focused on disrupting the b ... Read »


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    • Social seating

    • Social Seating is a type of social networking service that allows users to choose their seatmates based on their personal preferences and social network profiles. Social seating is a system that uses data from Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and other social networks, to allow users to look at people with similar interests ... Read »


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    • Titan Travel

    • Titan Travel

      Titan Travel is a British travel company founded in 1978 by brothers Hugh and Irwin Ferry. The company operates from its head office in the UK, in Redhill, Surrey. It is part of the Saga plc group of companies which is listed is listed on the and is a constituent of the FTSE 250 Index. In 1978, Irwin Ferry, then ... Read »


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    • Tourism

    • Tourism is travel for pleasure; also the theory and practice of touring, the business of attracting, accommodating, and entertaining tourists, and the business of operating tours. Tourism may be international, or within the traveler's country. The World Tourism Organization defines tourism more generally, in terms whic ... Read »


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    • Transfer (travel)

    • In travel, a transfer is local travel arranged as part of an itinerary, typically airport to hotel and hotel to hotel. Transfer has some features that distinguish it from ground transportation alternative. This features are meeting directly in a transport hub, opportunity to choose a car class and additional options li ... Read »


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    • Travel and subsistence

    • Travel and subsistence expenses describe the cost of spending on business travel, meals, hotels, sundry items such as laundry (though usually only on long trips) and similar ad hoc expenditures. An organisation may refund or reimburse these costs on the basis of an itemised list, or may conclude that cost of doing so ... Read »


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    • Travel aversion

    • Travel aversion, not to be confused with hodophobia, is a condition experienced by people that dislike or disapprove traveling. People who abstain from travel may see traveling more as a chore than as a leisure. Travel-averse people feel well enough at home, and do not see the point in traveling. The reason may be tha ... Read »


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    • Travel behavior

    • Travel behavior is the study of what people do over space, and how people use transport. The questions studied in travel behavior are broad, and are probed through activity and time-use research studies, and surveys of travelers designed to reveal attitudes, behaviors and the gaps between them in relation to the s ... Read »


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    • Travel insurance

    • Travel insurance is insurance that is intended to cover medical expenses, trip cancellation, lost luggage, flight accident and other losses incurred while traveling, either internationally or within one's own country. Travel insurance can usually be arranged at the time of the booking of a trip to cover exactly the du ... Read »


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    • Travel itinerary

    • A travel itinerary is a schedule of events relating to planned travel, generally including destinations to be visited at specified times and means of transportation to move between those destinations. For example, both the plan of a business trip and the route of a road trip, or the proposed outline of one, would be tr ... Read »


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    • Travel plan

    • A travel plan is a package of actions designed by a workplace, school or other organisation to encourage safe, healthy and sustainable travel options. By reducing car travel, travel plans can improve health and wellbeing, free up car parking space, and make a positive contribution to the community and the environment. ... Read »


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    • Travel survey

    • A travel survey (or travel diary or travel behavior inventory) is a survey of individual travel behavior. Most surveys collect information about an individual (socio-economic, demographic, etc.), their household (size, structure, relationships), and a diary of their journeys on a given day (their start and end location ... Read »


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    • Travel warning

    • A travel warning, travel alert, or travel advisory is an official warning statement issued by a government agency to provide information about the relative safety of travelling to or visiting one or more specific foreign countries or destinations. The purpose is to enable travelers to make an informed decision about a ... Read »


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    • TrekkSoft

    • TrekkSoft

      TrekkSoft is an online booking and payment software provider for tour and activity companies. The software as a service company is headquartered in Interlaken, Switzerland. TrekkSoft was founded in Interlaken in 2010 by Jon Fauver, Valentin Binnendijk and Philippe Willi. After working as a raft guide in Nepal, Jo ... Read »


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    • Wanderlust

    • Wanderlust is a strong desire for or impulse to wander or travel and explore the world. The English loanword "wanderlust" was already extant in the German language dating as far back as Middle High German. The first documented use of the term in English occurred in 1902 as a reflection of what was then seen as a c ... Read »


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    • Youth travel

    • Youth Travel is defined as independent trips of less than one year by people aged 15–30. Unlike typical vacations, youth travel is motivated by several factors, including the desire to experience other cultures, build unique life experience, and benefit from formal and informal learning opportunities from other co ... Read »


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