Travel and Destinations
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Cover all the mandatory preparation measures before heading to Hajj.
Why Asia’s World city might just be the perfect vacation destination for you
Why the trend of multi-generation vacations raises concern for hepatitis A and B protection among Canadians
Tips for southern trips, cause it's never a good time for traveller’s diarrhea.
From traditional festivals to western celebrations, see what Hong Kong has in store for 2010.
With a rainy summer behind us and more winter months ahead, Caribbean vacations are in high demand – but travellers need to take precautions to avoid catching this travel bug.
Vaccinations should be a top priority for anyone planning a trip to Mexico, the Caribbean or any other developing country
Most people don’t realize that malaria outbreaks are now occurring in their favourite sunny destinations. Malaria is preventable, so plan a trip to your doctor before the vacation and don’t forget to pack insect repellent and long shirts and pants.
With grand beaches and resorts that will pamper every need, but inland, you get much more mysterious, magical, must-see Mexico.
In Puebla City taking a walk through its streets of Spanish-colonial architecture, is like stepping back in time. Surrounded by volcanoes and snow capped mountains the city is alive with culture.
From magnificent beaches to the rich heritage of colonial sites, Oaxaca offers visitors the best of all worlds.
The beautiful, sandy island of Cancun is one giant playground for adults and children alike. From the night scene to theme parks and all that’s in between, see what awaits you in Cancun.
The flight and accommodations are booked, activities are planned, and excitement is building. But are you prepared for the unexpected while away? Know what to plan for before leaving on your next vacation.
Don’t cross travel insurance off your checklist just yet. Many travelers think that they don’t need to buy insurance if they have a credit card or other health coverage but would be surprised to learn how little these actually cover.
Along with planning their winter vacation, most people have to be reminded about protecting their health while away. The most common ailments that affect travelers include food and waterborne diseases, particularly from contaminated water and poorly prepared foods. These diseases involve Travelers' Diarrhea, which can affect up to 50 per cent of travelers, but also Hepatitis A and Typhoid. The countries that pose a risk for these diseases include the Caribbean, Mexico, Central and South America, Asia, and of course Africa, and even Eastern or Southern Europe.