On St. Thomas, groups can stay at Bluebeard’s Castle Resort, a historic property that dates back to the 1600’s when pirates were in their heyday.
The Silk Road’s recent designation as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the building of a new highway make it more attractive to groups then ever.
The newest member of the FICP board shares some of his meeting planning experiences, from ways to save money to top experiences not to be missed by groups.
“These lodges’ outstanding service and experiences in addition to their commitment to sustainability make them ideal for small groups or incentive trips.”
Attendees with some down time can enjoy the views of the Ohio River and take a stroll or bike ride along the levee.
Most days, the tide will allow a couple hours for you to check out the beach, which feels so exclusive that Leonardo DiCaprio’s character in The Beach would be jealous.
Turtle Bay Resort Oahu is enveloped by 840 acres of natural beauty, offering groups a myriad of places to explore.
The dude ranch creates cowboy-themed meetings with private rodeos, teambuilding competitions and now a half-day cattle drive on
an open trail.
While previous generations collected labels and badges, Gen Y collects experiences.
“Just because you’re eating doesn’t mean it has to be within four walls.”
“Cloud Camp is ideal for C-suite executives as it provides a location far away from distractions, providing the perfect environment for creativity.”
New developments in New Zealand are providing the elements for a blockbuster experience in magical Middle Earth.
If you have only a couple of downtime hours in Alberta between meetings & events, Brian Slot, director of MICE for Travel Alberta, says hitting the open road is the way to go.
“Meeting planners and management demand productive, relevant and innovative teambuilding platforms.”