We’re a professional travel writing couple who have had hundreds of our travel articles and photos published in North American and international magazines and newspapers, including The Vancouver Sun, Cruise & Travel Lifestyles, USA TODAY.com, TravelAge West, NUVO, The Globe & Mail, AAA Carolinas GO, Taste of Life, The Montreal Gazette, Interval World and ISLANDS. We’ve also won several travel writing awards. See below for details about the publications we contribute to.
AAA Carolinas GO
AAA Carolinas Go magazine is a bi-monthly AAA publication serving North and South Carolina, with a circulation of almost 1.2 million (reaching over 1.9 million AAA members). It has the largest circulation of any single publication serving the Carolinas. See media kit.
Cruise & Travel Lifestyles
Redesigned and relaunched in 2007, Cruise & Travel Lifestyles is one of the top 25 consumer magazines in Canada (by print run and on a subscription basis). It shares detailed information on land-based vacation destinations around the world as well as cruising. Circulation (over 120,000) consists mainly of the blue-chip client list of Canada’s top-selling travel agents. Resorts and cruises featured are aimed at the luxury market. The magazine is published by Cruise Strategies Ltd., which custom-publishes several other travel magazines (e.g., Dream Voyages and Vacation). A French language version of the magazine Croisiere, Voyage et Art de Vivre targets cruise and travel lovers in Quebec. Articles in Cruise & Travel Lifestyles are often reprinted in these other custom publications.
This is the magazine for Expedia CruiseShipCenters. A leading North America cruise vacation specialist, with over 170 travel agencies, Expedia CruiseShipCenters is a partnership between Expedia (the world’s largest online travel company) and CruiseShipCenters. The magazine won a Silver Magellan Award in 2014 (given by Travel Weekly).
The global authority on island destinations, ISLANDS magazine reaches an affluent audience of over 516,000 readers with an average net worth of $1.7 million each.
Interval World is a premier, full-color travel magazine published three times a year for about 2 million Interval International members world-wide (over 1.3 million circulation in the U.S., Canada and the Caribbean). It’s packed with articles on vacation destinations and travel tips.
North Shore News
Founded in 1969, this premier Greater Vancouver community newspaper has been a consistent award-winner over the years. The North Shore News was a Blue Ribbon finalist for “General Excellence” in the 2013 and 2012 national Canadian Community Newspapers Association (CCNA) awards competitions and won Gold in “Newspaper Excellence” at the 2014 provincial Ma Murray Community Newspaper Awards. It has a loyal circulation of over 65,000, which includes West Vancouver, one of Canada’s wealthiest communities. The North Shore News is published by the Glacier Media Group.
Since 1998, NUVO has established itself as Canada’s award-winning style, celebrity, travel and culture quarterly. Aimed at the most discerning and educated readers, the oversize coffee table magazine exhibits the highest production standards possible (circulation 45,000+). Features and departments include travel/adventure and food/wine. The audited leader in the Canadian prestige media marketplace, NUVO reaches over 1.2 million readers.
Taste of Life
Launched in 2009, Taste of Life is the only luxury bi-lingual (Chinese and English) lifestyle magazine in Canada. Affluent Chinese, Asian and Canadian subscribers in Vancouver and Toronto rely on the magazine as their guide to a truly elegant lifestyle – it serves as a gateway for Asian immigrants to discover and appreciate Western values and for westerners to understand authentic Chinese culture. It’s distributed to select Vancouver and Toronto homes; to VIP guests who attend Taste of Life’s upscale events (e.g., hosted tea at the Shangri-La and the first luxury, invitation-only, show home event in Canada); and through private clubs, wealth management firms, Holt Renfrew, etc. (total distribution 35,000). A Paris edition also shares content. The multi-cultural team takes great care to ensure the magazine’s layout and text are beautiful; that’s because the magazine is intended to be a luxury product in and of itself.
A daily tabloid, The Province has been published since 1898 and is one of British Columbia’s two major newspapers (the other is The Vancouver Sun).
The Vancouver Sun
The Vancouver Sun (Vancouver’s major daily broadsheet) has been a daily newspaper since 1912. Circulation for the Saturday travel section is 210,000. It’s published by the Postmedia Network (the largest publisher of paid, English-language daily newspapers in Canada); travel features are typically reprinted in the network’s other major city daily newspapers, e.g., the Calgary Herald, Edmonton Journal, Windsor Star and Montreal Gazette.
TravelAge West is a premier bi-weekly magazine for travel industry professionals in the Western US and Canada, published by Northstar Travel Media in L.A. It has a direct-request, quality subscriber circulation of 31,000 reaching 96% of all travel agents in the region – the only market to fully penetrate the Western region. Writers travel on-site to produce more first-hand coverage than any other publication. A more indepth version of the magazine, with additional Web-only stories, is also published online.
TravelSquire.com is a premier digital travel magazine and specialized travel web service for savvy travellers, published by Free Agent Media. The principals have previous experience with Conde Nast Traveler, The New Yorker, Elle Decor, Marie Claire, GQ, Architectural Digest, George and InStyle. The site, which attracts over 110,000 unique visitors monthly, has more than 213,000 Twitter followers and is the founder of the weekly #TRAVEX tweet-up (www.twitter.com/TravelSquire).
For more than 40 years, the Travelweek group of companies has been keeping Canadian travel agents up to date with the latest travel news. Founded in 1973 as Canadian Travel Monthly, the weekly printed publication morphed into CTM Weekly Bulletin, then became Travelweek Bulletin and now Travelweek. In addition to the weekly printed publication, there is Travelweek Daily sent by e-mail, the French-language Profession Voyages, the monthly Travel Professional and the comprehensive Travelweek.ca website. See sample issue of the August, 2015 Travel Professional.
This custom magazine is published by Cruise Strategies Ltd. (publisher of Cruise & Travel Lifestyles magazine above) for Cruise One and member travel agencies. Cruise One is one of the largest vacation retailers in the U.S. See sample magazine.
Some other publications we’ve written for:
Black Tie is a luxury travel and lifestyle magazine for clients of HollisWealth Advisors (a global wealth management business and subsidiary of Scotiabank). Readers are discerning, sophisticated and well-traveled. Most are university or MBA grads, with incomes averaging $200,000.
Compass is a 52-page online magazine from Cruise Holidays, delivered directly to their clients twice a year. Compass earned Cruise Holidays the Gold marketing honor in the travel industry’s coveted 2012 Magellan Awards (sponsored by Travel Weekly); it won Silver in 2011. (Cruise Holidays is part of the Travel Leaders Group, which serves millions of individual leisure travelers as well as select corporate clients. About 30% of all travel agencies in the U.S. and Canada are under its umbrella.)
Daily News & Analysis (DNA) India
DNA is an English-language, all-color, paid broadsheet, published in India and owned by Diligent Media Corporation. Launched in 2005, it targets a young up-and-coming readership in the financial capital of Mumbai, Jaipur, Bangalore, Indore, Pune and elsewhere in India (the second most-read English broadsheet in Mumbai). Total readership is over 1.5 million. DNA is also India’s first newspaper with a responsive and dynamic website.
Destination Weddings & Honeymoons
Destination Weddings & Honeymoons (circulation about 100,000) is also available on their website (about 300,000 average monthly page views) and on iPads and tablets. The publication is devoted to wedding travel; readers have an average household income of $106,000.
Ensemble Vacations is a consumer travel and lifestyle magazine (since 2007) published four times a year by Ensemble Travel Group Canada, a consortium of 450 independent travel agencies nationally. The circulation is 115,000.
Family Travel Forum
Family Travel Forum is the leading publisher of family travel websites. An award-winning resource for family vacation information (e.g., winner “50 Essential Websites” by Conde Nast Traveler), it’s been serving family travelers since 1996.
The Miami Herald is an internationally recognized newspaper reaching 1 million readers daily and 1.2 million readers with the Sunday travel section.
The National is one of two national magazines for Canada’s 40,000+ lawyers.
South China Morning Post
The South China Morning Post is Hong Kong’s leading English languag newspaper, with a daily circulation of about 106,000.
The Globe and Mail
In print for over 160 years, The Globe & Mail provides indepth reporting on Canada and the world. It enjoys a cumulative six-day readership total of almost 3.3 million.
Western Canada’s oldest newspaper, the Times Colonist is Victoria’s major daily newspaper. It’s published six days a week and maintains a daily paid circulation of about 70,000.
In print since 1892, the Toronto Star is Canada’s largest daily newspaper, with the largest readership in the country (paid circulation of about 650,000).
USA TODAY.com is an award-winning newspaper website launched in 1995. It reaches 6.6 million readers daily.
World Traveler was created for Cruise One and Cruises Inc. (and member travel agencies) in the U.S. as a print and online magazine (circulation 50,000). “World Traveler magazine is a slick traditional magazine with hefty editorial content; it’s designed to entice consumers to consider certain types of travel, to fulfill the vacation desires on their bucket list, and to contact their local agent about those opportunities,” said TravelAgent magazine.