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The Best Travel Cameras for 2021

Everyone loves to take pictures of their travels, whether you’re visiting the beach or headed down the trail. But when cloud-based storage isn’t available and phone space is at a premium, you want a way to snap your pictures without weighing yourself down. A good travel camera is the best solution to your quandry. The best travel cameras are small, light, and easy to pack, which makes them ideal for almost all traveling situations.

But which travel camera is the best choice for you? For enthusiast photographers, nothing beats the Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III, a compact mirrorless camera

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Whistler hotels continue to advertise travel incentives

WHISTLER (CityNews) — Some hotels in Whistler are still advertising deals and discounts, even while cases spike in the resort municipality and all British Columbians have been told to stay home.

“Travelling to whistler? Stay for 3 nights, only pay for 2,” reads one sponsored ad on Facebook promoting a limited-time deal that’s available through April 31. Another hotel is offering 30 per cent discounts on extended stays. Another is offering seven days for $797 for bookings before April 24.

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Wellness Travel Specialist Course Launched for Travel Advisors

The Travel Institute and Wellness Tourism Association have released a new “Wellness Travel Specialist” course to enable travel advisors to meet the demands of a growing segment, focused on incorporating healthful elements into travel plans.  

The appeal of wellness travel, which has been referred to as a “paradigm shift” in traveler preferences, has been on the rise for close to a decade with the pandemic expected to further accelerate traveler interest, according to a joint press release by the companies. Wellness tourism, the intersection of the tourism industry and the wellness market, grew twice as fast as tourism

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Global Travel Collection Expands, Adding 70 Travel Advisors

Global Travel Collection (GTC) continues to expand its presence, adding 70 new travel advisors to its team in six months. The advisors, 25 of whom are based in the U.K., comprise well-established names in the industry, as well as travel agency newcomers. 

“Even though travel is one of the industries that has been most affected by the pandemic, many advisors see the plentiful opportunities for when demand returns,” said Angie Licea, president of Global Travel Collection, in a press announcement.  

Global Travel Collection, it says, represents the largest community of luxury travel agencies, including the networks of Protravel

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