Getting out to truly experience the magnificent destinations around the world is one of the many ways Princess can introduce groups to the world’s most memorable destinations.
Pura vida (pure life) has grown to include sustainable gastronomy programs in Costa Rica.
A popular option is mastering the art of paper mache sculpting at Sciacca’s Carnival Museum, or attendees can learn how Sicilian carnival floats are made and create their own carnival masks and other items.
The Lee County area is known for its shelling, with the Gulf current refreshing its beaches with a regular supply of everything from coquinas to cockle shells.
Cracker cuisine is a creation of the pioneers and cowboys who settled in this part of Florida after the Civil War and lived off what could be grown or hunted.
See how historic backdrops inspire forward-thinking events in Croatia.
As a coastal state with one of the most art savvy cities in the Northeast, there is no shortage of cultural experiences for groups meeting in Rhode Island.
See how Sedona’s natural and artistic landscapes facilitate high-impact and hyperlocal group experiences.
Groups looking for a hyperlocal and immersive Caribbean experience will find plenty of things to do in St. Lucia.
Mid-December in Stockholm is all about the Nobel Prize and plenty of authentic laureate options await groups.
Every year, the world’s largest hot air balloon festival transforms Albuquerque’s blue skies into a colorfully speckled canvas. And groups can get in on the action.
Scotland’s centuries-old Highland Games offers interesting opportunities for noshing on traditional Scottish cuisine.
There’s an unmistakable bohemian vibe tucked away among North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains.
At China World Hotel, Beijing, the hotel staff will work with planners to recreate a Beijing food street—complete with food stalls and local artisans such as dough sculptors, kite makers and cobblestone carvers.
Yosemite National Park is an eco-dream for groups that want to be pampered by the great outdoors.
Meetings in the South present the opportunity for creative and hyperlocal outdoor wellness experiences.
Kyoto incentive experiences explore the city’s rich cultural heritage through droves of artistic, culinary and nature-inspired traditions.
Natural hot springs and and array of wellness experiences create a soulful sanctuary for New Mexico incentive groups
At Rosewood San Miguel de Allende in central Mexico, guests are welcomed with an easel in their room, complete with paints and tools so that they can create their own works to take home.
Discover beer & body rituals at Prague's latest boutique.
Bygone era backdrops and activities on Mackinac Island inject meetings with a sense of occasion.
The Marker recently introduced “The Marker Equilibrium, it’s all about ME,” health and wellness concept, which explores mindful indulgence throughout hotel spaces.
Hyperlocal experiences in extreme and exclusive lands are high on the agenda for 2016.
A unique blend of heritage and modernity, Singapore offers a multitude of experiences for MICE and business travelers. Here is a look at some of the most hyperlocal options available, from the perspectives of three local PCOs.
Cultural experiences in Hawaii revolve around values of aloha spirit, or connecting with and manifesting the highest aspects of mind, body and spirit.