Discover the Natural Beauty of the Canadian Rockies

Jasper National Park, Canadian Rockies

The Canadian Rockies comprise the Canadian segment of the North American Rocky Mountains range. Four national parks within the Canadian Rockies interlock and make up the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks UNESCO World Heritage site: Banff, Jasper, Kootenay and Yoho National Parks. All four National Parks have immeasurable beauty (the Canadian Rockies have over 1,000 glaciers),... Read More

2015 World Fencing Championships in Moscow

Fencing - Imboden_v_Baldini_pools_Master_de_fleuret_2013

The world’s first known reference to swordplay as “fencing” was in William Shakespeare’s Merry Lives of Windsor, published in 1602: “Alas sir, I cannot fence.” Since that humble mention, fencing has become an internationally recognized sport with competitions held world-wide, as well as a recreational sport that attracts all ages. Fencing made its Olympic debut... Read More

Traveling to … Istanbul Turkey

Hagia Sophia Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey

Istanbul is one of those destinations that truly is a feast for the senses. The pungent spices. The dark aroma of Turkish coffee. The skyline populated with the minarets and domes of its many mosques. The vivid colors of its famous carpets. Istanbul is also one of Europe’s most dynamic and fastest-growing cities. And this... Read More

From Our Customers… Beyond Group Travel

Cologne, Germany - Rhine River Cruise

Cindy Chambers from Beyond Group Travel contacted Wireless Traveler before she went on a recent Rhine River cruise. Having reliable WiFi  while she was on the cruise was very important to her. After talking to Ian and Brenda about the products to use, she decided to rent the Wireless Traveler Pocket WiFi Hotspot with unlimited... Read More

Island Hopping in Greek Islands

Oia, Santorini, Greece

Island hopping is considered an essential part of the Greek experience – a perfect Mediterranean get-away – whether you are traveling solo, as a family, or with a group. From sailing into one of the many colorful harbors or wandering the picture perfect streets of the cliff-side villages, you’ll delight in the ancient beauty of... Read More

Canada Hosts 2015 Women’s World Cup

U.S. Women's Soccer

The Women’s World Cup begins on June 6th in the host country of Canada. Twenty-four of the finest women’s soccer teams from all over the world will congregate in six of Canada’s most beautiful cities to compete for this year’s World Cup. And yes, the USA team is one of the 24 teams competing for... Read More

Satellite, SIM or Skype

Wireless Traveler Global Phones

Traveling overseas? What is your best option — Satellite, SIM or Skype?  We are asked this every day by Travel Advisors and clients. SATELLITE PHONES Rule of thumb – if you can see the sky you can make a call with a satellite phone. They are perfect for cruises, safaris and any type of remote... Read More

Explore Eastern Europe by River Cruise

Budapest, Hungary, Danube River

Imagine a vacation that includes visits to Budapest, Vienna and Bratislava, the Austrian Lake District, medieval fortresses, Baroque monasteries, and wineries. Imagine having an intimate experience with the places you visit – discovering cultural tradition and customs you might not otherwise have a chance to discover. Imagine witnessing some of the most gorgeous scenery in... Read More

Step Back in Time to the Glorious Days of Train Travel

Trans-Siberian Railway

Luxury train travel is like stepping back in time to a romantic age. When the journey itself was as anticipated as the destination. Handsomely crafted compartments. Elegant dining cars and gourmet meals. Comfortable lounge cars where you can savor a nightcap with fellow travelers. Today, luxury train travel evokes the gracious hospitality of those bygone times.... Read More

A Study Abroad Experience is Priceless

A study abroad is an excellent opportunity for students to broaden their horizon – gaining invaluable experience and knowledge along the way. Whether you plan to study abroad in England, France, Italy or Spain or anywhere in Europe this summer, we have some great tips for you! According to Nina Truong, who did a study... Read More

It’s Tulip Time in Holland!

Holland tulip fields

Holland is not just all windmills and wooden shoes. It is also flowers. Tulips in particular. And in the spring time, Holland becomes one of the most colorful regions in the world. The famous flower season begins with crocuses in late March, followed by daffodils and hyacinths, until the tulips burst onto the scene from... Read More

Spring Skiing in Canada Mont Tremblant

Spring Skiing in Mont Tremblant, Canada

Nothing compares to spring skiing in Mont Tremblant – at least in our opinion. A city in the Laurentian mountains of Quebec, Mont Tremblant is a few hours northwest of Montreal, Canada. From the generosity of one of our travel partners, we were spontaneously offered a 5 bedroom gorgeous chalet in the heart of this... Read More

Hong Kong Hosts the 2015 Virtuoso Symposium

Virtuoso Symposium, April 2015, Hong Kong, China

Hong Kong, one of the world’s premier travel destinations, will host the 2015 Virtuoso® Symposium. The event, held by leading luxury travel agency network Virtuoso®, will bring together some of the world’s leading luxury travel companies and influential individuals. Recently, Virtuoso and its travel agency members recognized Hong Kong as one of the top 10... Read More

Study Abroad – Where Are Students Going?

Top Destinations for Study Abroad Programs

Participating in a study abroad program provides a lifetime of memories. It is a great resume builder. Not only will you be broadening your horizons, meeting new people, and learning new cultures, you will also be building valuable skills. Skills that will look very impressive on your resume. Once you make the decision to study abroad, where do you... Read More

Traveling to … Quito Ecuador

Quito Ecuador

Looking for an exotic destination this spring? We highly recommend a visit to Quito, Ecuador. After all, what could be more exotic than stunning vistas from 9,000 feet, standing in two hemispheres at one time — and eating some of the most glorious chocolate in the world? Ecuador is a great spring and summer travel... Read More

Youth Marching Bands Tour Abroad in Spring

March is a popular time for high school and college bands to tour abroad. Touring abroad can be a once-in-a lifetime experience for students. Festivals and competitions can be a fabulous reason to travel, providing both educational and social opportunities. It is not hard to imagine life-long friendships being fostered during these events. Along with... Read More

Travel New Zealand Wine Trail

South Island, New Zealand

New Zealand is a wine lover’s paradise, with over 120 vineyards dotting this small island country. Most of them can be found in three regions: Hawkes and Martinborough on the North Island and Marlborough on the South Island. The North Island is known for its red wines, while the South Island is known for its... Read More

Traveling to … Israel

Jerusalem, Israeel

Holy Land tours to Israel have grown in popularity over the years. A Holy Land tour is a magical, personally enriching experience. Visiting the top Holy Land attractions – the Western Wall and Temple Mount, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, Nazareth, Galilee, and the Mount of Olives – will have a profound impact and... Read More

Traveling to … India’s Golden Triangle

Taj Mahal in Agra, India

If you are a first-time visitor to India or if you have been but haven’t experienced the Taj Mahal, India’s Golden Triangle tour is ideal. The Golden Triangle includes the three top travel sites in India: Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur. You’ll experience some of the true icons of India’s history, heritage, and culture – all... Read More