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February 28, 2015

One of an occasional series Rwanda’s best known attraction may be its mountain gorillas, but seeing the country’s commitment to “green” urban practices and reconciliation from its 1994 genocide are two good reasons to visit. Rwanda, one of East Africa’s landlocked natio.../ ➝

February 25, 2015

European river cruise giant Viking will begin cruises on the Mississippi in 2017, and their home port will be New Orleans. It’s a win for the cruise line, the city and for cruise travelers. IBIT readers have known for two years that Viking River Cruises, the biggest shot-caller in the river cr.../ ➝

February 19, 2015

A trip to find the world’s first fully Christian lands could take you places you might never expect. Like Africa. If I say “religious travel,” what destinations come to your mind? Virtually every religion has its own “holy land,” sacred sites on sacred ground that is th.../ ➝

February 10, 2015

To really get into Black history, you’ll need to go beyond the month of February, and travel beyond American borders, because Black history is global. We’ve just left Black History Month, so this is as good a time as any to make this point. Were we to insist on historical accuracy, we.../ ➝

February 8, 2015

Five East African nations are preparing to welcome more visitors than ever before — and they’ve got the attractions to make the journey worthwhile. Before it’s over, 2015 may be remembered as the Year of East Africa where travel and tourism are concerned. At least five East African.../ ➝