Halloween is just around the corner! With our favorite frightening holiday less than a week away, many celebrations begin this weekend. So, we’ve found some fun Halloween links to get you in the spirit!
Baby boomers have the travel bug like no generation of retirees before. Many members of this generation are youthful and have a knack for adventure, making them a prime market for the travel industry. Let’s explore this segment.
- Senior citizen travel is a huge and growing segment of the travel industry.
- One type of travel popular among the senior segment is genealogical travel, where seniors visit the country they’re from and explore their origins.
- More and more travel companies are springing up in response to this booming segment of travelers. For example, the company Elder Treks organizes small group exotic adventures for travelers 50 plus.
- Some of the favorite U.S. travel destinations among seniors include Niagara Falls, Alaska and Florida.
- Is your business interested in targeting senior citizens? Since this segment is not typically well-versed in new technologies, stick to simple and traditional advertising techniques. Using dialogue and inspiring them to reminisce can also help hook them in.
The fall season brings us lots of exciting festivals! Celebrations of fall flavors, foliage and even some unconventional fun. Here are some of the best in the U.S.
Of course, there are plenty of local festivals for you to attend as well. Don’t miss out on celebrating this wonderful season!
Last week, we featured some of the best travel Instagram accounts out there. Now, we’re taking a look at the world’s top travel bloggers, who share their world-wandering lives with us through beautiful photos, eclectic stories and unique advice.
- Daniel Nahabedian is an incredibly gifted photographer who documents his travels in “Canvas of Light.”
- “Johnny Vagabond,” otherwise known as Wes Nations, has a special section on his blog for the crazy stories he’s acquired as a world traveler. Read about his poker scandal in Saigon.
- Backpackers will dig the travel advice by Chris Richardson, the “Aussie Nomad.”
- The “foXnoMad” Anil Polat provides all the technology advice you need when traveling to a foreign place.
- “Classe Touriste” is a travel blog authored by a husband-wife duo sharing their experiences abroad.
- “Digital Nomad” Andrew Evans is a National Geographic writer and fanatic traveler.
- Finally, “Go Big or Go Home” documents a small-town family’s big adventures and travels to the “World’s Largest”… whatever!
These are just a few of the many amazing travel blogs I found. There’s certainly a travel blog out there for any destination, topic or style you fancy. Enjoy!