In our March/April 2019 issue
While the thoughts of our readers turn to vacation research, we ask, “How about moving abroad?” for a year or two or 15 years as our first contributor has done with both satisfaction and success. She’s written the book on how to do this well. Then we learn about the Mesoamerican coral reef off Belize that is the second longest in the world, and a rewarding place to dive and snorkel. We bring back one of our most popular articles ever, “Barging on Europe’s Magical Waterways” with everything you need to know about barging and a selection of reliable operators who offer this exceptional way to explore the historic miniature waterways of many European countries.
We remind readers that the Alberta Badlands scenery in July is the perfect outdoor amphitheater backdrop for the annual performances of dramatic Christian passion plays performed for 35 years and counting. And we invite the Sabbatical Sisters to share their best 10 tips on how to plan for an affordable long-term travel experience of one month to one year. We end our line-up with an epic bucket-list adventure: a delightful tale about a Trans-Siberian train journey from China through Mongolia and Siberia to Russia.
Be sure to visit the magazine’s entire Travel Article Library and the handy Theme Pages to browse our growing collection of richly-illustrated features. In addition, we invite you to check our latest TravelWatch Newsletter for fast-breaking travel news … always food for intriguing thought. Finally, our innovative Travel Advertiser Directory is a treat not to miss. See why for yourself!
While showcasing both well-established and freshly-minted alternative travel opportunities throughout the world, this website and its Web magazine promise its readers practical advice and plenty of nuts-and-bolts information to encourage active, educational, value-added vacationing suitable for men and women over 50. The one thing you won’t find is an excuse to stay home!