"We hope the combination of comfort camping and business will spark creativity, teambuilding, great ideas and a uniquely enjoyable experience for all.”
Our top 6 corporate retreats 2014 offer great opportunities to reflect on your company’s core values, review past performance, and of course, indulge in a little R&R.
The park offers an unreal variety of event venues both indoors and out.
Toronto is evolving into one of the most cost effective luxury destinations for meetings and events in North America.
Sustainability in Portland is a way of life with a small town vibe belying its cosmopolitan amenities, complemented with a youthful, earthy vigor common...
Part #3 of 3 in our VISIT FLORIDA story on value propositions for 2013 meetings & incentive travel programs.
Club Med was one of the early creators of the all-inclusive concept, starting with their first resort in the Balearic Islands in 1950. Today they...
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.
Cooking over the campfire is an art that the chef and his team have mastered over the years, which is reflected in the regionally sourced menu.
Innovation has its own rhythm in Mexico. Tweaks on time-tested traditions—from ancient cooking techniques to tea baths—make local experiences and customs new again for Mexico meetings.
You’re on a golf course in Killarney. Or Anguilla or San Antonio. You’re soaking in a warm scented jacuzzi in St. Moritz or Hilton Head. You’re taking Shaolin kung fu lessons in Hong Kong...
At the Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa, attendees can participate in the Hui Ho’ala, a Hawaiian ceremony dedicated to the renewal of the mind, body and spirit.
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.
Loads of new summer adventures are soon to debut in Vail Valley, including Epic Discovery, by Vail Resorts, which will debut in the summer of 2016.
You can utter her name three times fast, but I don’t recommend it. Not that the White Witch of Montego Bay would mind—locals say she loves ‘rising’ to the occasion.
Standing on the city docks in Auckland, I’m here with four U.S. and Canada meeting planners preparing to transfer to Waiheke Island, locally referred to...
"The goal of the hub is be a gathering place to share and inspire each other to keep on exploring.”
During a pre-opening site inspection of the new Biodiversity Museum in Panama, my group and I were stopped cold when the docent stated that building the Panama Canal altered the world’s climate.
Compared to 10 years ago, many of the newest centers are in boutique destinations where they enhance development by attracting new hotels, shops and restaurants.
From guided journeys through the Alaskan Wilderness to the latest in smart technology, we take a look at the latest luxury offerings from Celebrity Cruises and Seabourn Cruise Line.
“These lodges’ outstanding service and experiences in addition to their commitment to sustainability make them ideal for small groups or incentive trips.”
I spent the weekend on St. Thomas, an island where the waters are as clear and blue as the sky above. We were invited...
"We make something out of frozen water, and after a few months, it melts back to its former state, rejoining the river from where it came.”
In a league of its own, the 139-room, 5-diamond resort sits on a 2-mile private beach surrounded by El Yunque rainforest.
Hyperlocal experiences in extreme and exclusive lands are high on the agenda for 2016.