Colors: Yellow Color
Colors: Yellow Color

TravMedia UK has announced that next year's IMM, the travel and tourism industry's leading single-day event for the media, will take place on 13 March 2017. The showpiece event connecting journalists with travel industry PR professionals has already attracted a flood of early bookings. Once again IMM's home is QEII Centre, the largest dedicated conference and exhibition space in central London.

Caribbean Airlines announced the launch of its “Happiest Ultimate Moments” – H.U.M campaign, designed to create “positive vibes” and deliver added value to customers travelling during the months of June and September 2016. A special H.U.M. Pass will be offered to all regional and international passengers, who can then enjoy special discounts with Caribbean Airlines’ retail partners throughout the airlines’ network.

Visitors can play their way through half-term at Eden with a wide range of oversized, retro and traditional games to entertain all ages from May 28 to June 5. There will be a giant selection of hands-on games for friends and family to work together, play together, share memories of their favourite gaming experiences and most importantly, have fun. Younger ones can explore the many play areas, hidden nooks and crannies that Eden's gardens have to offer and even play a game or two of hide and seek.

Northern Ireland's landscape has long been used for Game of Thrones medieval set and this year is no different even adding a few more places to the checklist for tourists to re-enact their favourite moments. With 21 locations, Bunk Campers 7 day driving route bridges the gap between fantasy and reality allowing sightseers to visit the magical worlds of Westeros across Northern Ireland.

In a salute and tribute to the “unconquered” spirit of wounded warriors from around the world, Experience Kissimmee has signed on to be the official tourism supporter of the Invictus Games 2016. The Prince Harry-inspired Invictus Games will attract about 500 athletes from 15 nations competing at ESPN Wide World of Sports located in Kissimmee, May 8-12. 

Northumberland is beautiful at any given time. From the chocolate-box perfection of the coast in summer to the haunting beauty of the windswept moorland in winter, you're guaranteed to see something different with each visit. But Spring is a special time when the county bursts into life, wildlife returns and we can look toward the warm summer months.  Make the most of it with plenty of events across both Bank Holiday weekends in May.

The Canary Islands' natural wonders provide the ideal setting for the most demanding competitions on the international sporting agenda, which will take place on the Archipelago over the coming months. The Canarian mountains provide a scenic yet challenging backdrop, incorporating leafy forests, volcanic terrain and clean island seas.

It's now even easier to take off for a long weekend of culture, fine food, eye-catching architecture and excellent shopping, travelling with British Airways on their new flight from London Heathrow to Billund Airport just South of the European Capital of Culture 2017, Aarhus. Launching on 3rd May 2016, the service offers 11 weekly flights. These are in addition to the flights currently offered from London City Airport and Manchester to Billund through the airline's franchise partner Sun-Air.

Imagine a swimming pool with views over a magnificent Gothic cathedral, a pristine Mediterranean beach, peaceful bay or spectacular LED and pyro-technic display hosting world class DJs. No need to imagine – here's a pick of Europe's best pools with a difference.

Hakone Estate and Gardens' Centennial festivities continue with the upcoming April 30 debut of the latest exhibit, “Hakone Centennial: The Tilden Era.” The exhibit features photographs and artifacts from 1932-1961, the time frame Major Charles Lee Tilden owned and operated Hakone as a private retreat. He purchased it from the original owners, the Stine Family, who created the estate and gardens from 1915-1917.

Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival descended onto Grand Bahama delivering powerful performances described by Festival Chairman Paul Major as a “celebration of Bahamian talent”.  Thousands of Bahamians and international visitors flooded Taino Beach on Friday and Saturday to amp up the music, soak up the culture and turn up the vibes with Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival presented by BTC.

Thrill-seekers are revving up for 007-style action in the Caribbean, as the island of Aruba enhances its reputation as a beach haven where you can also get up and go! The latest addition for wannabe James Bonds is Seabob, an underwater scooter which provides an effortless excursion around the marine world of this watersports idyll. Seabob is billed as the most technically advanced, eco-friendly and fastest vehicle for moving both on and under the water.