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The Travelers Way is the online magazine featuring affordable luxury destinations and experiences for curious baby boomer travelers. We provide information and inspiration to help travelers to find value luxury – that sweet spot where price and experience intersect to create wow!

 

With travel writers around the world, and well over a century of travel experiences under our belt, we’ve got recommendations and advice to help your plan your next trip, whether you’re going across town or around the world.

5 Reasons Why India Should Be on Your Bucket List

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Situated in the Asian subcontinent, India is an amalgamation of diverse cultures, ethnic beauty and spiritualism. This land, once known as “the golden bird” can take you on a journey from the golden period to the modern evolving times. Here are five reasons why you absolutely need to add India to your bucket list: 1. […]

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A Wintry Visit to Idaho’s Frozen North

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Snow ghosts stood sentry on the mountain ridges above Lake Pend Oreille as I drove the two miles across Long Bridge into Sandpoint. In the Idaho panhandle, wintry storms are wet enough to cover the evergreens in a lasting crystal-white coating that shimmers in the brilliant blue sunshine. Up close, the trees look sturdy enough […]

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10 Great Public Golf Holes in Greater Palm Springs

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Tucked away in the folds of the San Jacinto Mountains, across the desert floor and in the foothills of Joshua Tree National Park, you’ll  find the perfect environment for enjoying and improving your golf skills in fabulous settings. For years, everyone from seasoned pros and fun-seeking amateurs to vacationing celebrities, and both corporate and government […]

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10 Things I didn’t know about the Galapagos

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10 Things I didn’t know about the Galapagos (via Finding the Universe) “Oh, you’re going to the Galapagos!”, a friend of mine emailed me. “Reminds me of all the stuff I had to learn in biology, you know, about Darwin and so on, but hey: that is so exciting!” “Loz,”, I asked my better half, […]

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Culinary Attractions on Agritourism Trail in Mesa, Arizona

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Mesa’s bountiful harvest is proudly shared with visitors with fresh experiences, a  treasured heritage of family farms, and long-standing festivals. Serving as a culinary gateway to Phoenix and Scottsdale, the neighboring farms in Mesa and surrounding towns of Gilbert and Queen Creek provide a bounty of seasonal goods for visitors to enjoy year-round. Citrus in […]

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