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Antarctica: Fact vs Fiction

Antarctica's sheer isolation means there are a lot of misconceptions about life near the south pole. Some of these myths are disguised as "common sense," and others have clear roots in misrepresentation from the media. If you're considering a trip to Antarctica,…

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Why Do People Travel to Antigua?

Did you know that Antigua means “ancient” in Spanish? This describes the island perfectly since it was born about 30 million years ago and considered a young island in geologic time. Antigua boasts an impressive 365 powdery beaches – locals…

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Why Aren’t You Traveling to Grenada?

It’s hard to imagine that many travelers overlook Grenada (pronounced gre-NAY-da) as a vacation destination; it consists of the island along with six smaller islands at the southern end of the Grenadines (island chain) in the southeastern Caribbean Sea. What’s…

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Antarctic vs. Arctic: Which destination is right for you?

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A Cuban Consciousness

Down to her gently wagging tail, she was the color of the honey harvested at the Color Miel community art project center we’d just left in Caibarien, Cuba. Her puppy-dog eyes were much the same—a viscous, liquid gold, gleaming bright…

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The voyage for those who love travel. And New Zealand.

In 2016, Azamara Club Cruises made its maiden voyage into New Zealand, a country whose inviting culture is as vibrant as its lush green landscape. In keeping with Azamara’s commitment to Destination Immersion, meaning longer stays, more overnights, and night…

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