June 17, 2024

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Journey news: Tours for the adventurous, Broadway’s staging a comeback, tickets to Toronto

Not your typical journey guides

Tour operator Exodus Travels is partnering with the non-gain Royal Canadian Geographical Culture on a restricted-version collection of itineraries for 2022, referred to as “Exodus RCGS Quests.” The smaller-team visits will be hosted by noteworthy adventurers: A 15-working day Moroccan expedition, for case in point, will be led by Television set host and environmental journalist Aliya-Jasmine Sovani (a common face from MTV Canada and NBC News). The formidable alternatives also contain a 20-working day, multi-state tour of Southern Africa, guided by athlete/explorer Mario Rigby (renowned for his solo trek from Cape City to Cairo — a two-calendar year, 12,000-kilometre journey completed largely on foot).

Staging a comeback

As a indicator of New York City’s tourist revival, Broadway is established to resume several blockbuster musicals as of Sept. 14. Group-pleasers slated to return that working day consist of “Hamilton,” “Wicked,” “The Lion King” and “Chicago,” with tickets for all on sale now. Far more than 30 other Broadway displays are scheduled for previews or openings in advance of the year is out.

Trip the rails

A view of the Rocky Mountaineer's "Rockies to the Red Rocks" rail trip, the company's first U.S. route.

Vancouver-dependent Rocky Mountaineer — recognised for operating luxurious coach trips as a result of breathtaking landscapes in Western Canada — has just introduced their initially route in the U.S. The two-working day “Rockies to the Pink Rocks“ rail journey travels from Moab, Utah, to Denver (and vice versa), with a halfway right away stay in the Colorado Rockies vacation resort town of Glenwood Springs. From inside of airy, glass-domed coaches, take in views of pink sandstone cliffs, rugged historical canyons and enormous mountains. The route’s inaugural year will operate until eventually Nov. 19.

Tickets to Toronto

The new “Never Have I At any time, TO” marketing campaign from Spot Toronto invites you to be a tourist in your have city. You can obtain their no cost cell passport, My Toronto Pass, for bargains on regional attractions and ordeals. Current reductions include 15 for every cent off entry to the Royal Ontario Museum, 20 for each cent off admission to the Aga Khan Museum, and 15 per cent off a foodie tour with Chopsticks + Forks.

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