Senior Travel

Moab, a Destination for All Ages

Feb 28th, 2015 | By Guest Post | Category: Senior Travel

Senior Citizens love to visit Moab. Retirees will look for the experience of an outfitter to bring safety and regional interpretation talks to outings while 4wheeling, river running, horseback riding, and sightseeing. Often these older couples visited once, passing through on the way to somewhere else. Moab remained on the list to visit again only stay longer next time.



Mediterranean Cruises: Where Do They Go?

Jun 26th, 2013 | By Guest Post | Category: Senior Travel

The jury’s still out, but most people will tell you the best way to experience the Mediterranean is definitely by sea. Out of the 14 million people who took a cruise in 2010, 14 percent said the Mediterranean was their favorite destination, according to StatisticBrain.com.// So if you’re daydreaming about setting sail, palm trees and [...]



Health and Wellness on the High Seas: Cruises for Seniors

Jun 14th, 2013 | By Guest Post | Category: Senior Travel

Long gone are the days when senior cruises were marked by shuffleboard and awkward socials. Now, on a health and wellness cruise, you can participate in yoga classes and acupuncture sessions, embrace new meditation techniques or just spend some time relaxing by the pool. Strengthen your body, challenge your mind and soothe your soul in these [...]



SENIORS: NEW TSA TRAVEL RULES

Jun 3rd, 2013 | By Sharon Shaw Elrod MSW EdD | Category: Senior Travel

Seniors Learn New Travel Protocol A number of new rules in effect from the TSA created changes that affect senior travel in the United States. Since travel is one of senior citizen’s favorite past-times, we all need to be aware of the changes.// If you are 75 or older, you no longer have to remove [...]



Your Next American Road Trip: From the East to the West, Explore

May 13th, 2013 | By Guest Post | Category: Senior Travel

Seniors Explore American Roads There’s nothing that can reveal the vastness of the great American landscape better than a road trip. Seeing the geography and history firsthand is better education than any classroom. The thing is there’s a lot of country out there, and it would take months to see it all at once.// Choose [...]



NEW SENIOR TRAVEL SISTER-SITE

Nov 12th, 2012 | By admin | Category: Senior Travel

http://www.seniorcitizen.travel Jim Becker’s Senior Travel blog is moving to a website of its own. Everyone around here is excited about the new site, and we want to be sure all our readers can find it easily.  The new URL is http://www.seniorcitizen.travel. All of the existing travel articles will remain here on SCJ; all of the [...]



SENIORS TRAVEL TO THE UPPER PENINSULA

Nov 8th, 2012 | By James E Becker | Category: Senior Travel

The UP Draws Seniors Isle Royal is a gorgeous island that senior travelers will find located in the northwest  of Lake Superior in upstate Michigan. The island and the smaller islands and waters they encompass make up Isle Royale National Park.  Isle Royale is not small: 45 miles long and 9 miles wide, with an [...]



SENIORS ENJOY LAST MINUTE TRAVEL

Nov 7th, 2012 | By James E Becker | Category: Senior Travel

Benefits of Last Minute Travel LMT (Last Minute Travel) is finding more and more seniors who are willing to take off in a minute’s notice for big savings on travel deals. With LMT your will find that you can book by phone and save big, including hotel deals with 30% savings.// Find your trip and [...]



BEST FAITH-BASED TOURS FOR SENIORS

Nov 6th, 2012 | By James E Becker | Category: Senior Travel

Seniors Seek Faith-Based Travel More and more travel companies are catering to the desires of senior travelers who find that their interests lie in Faith-Based Spiritual Travel & Tour Packages. Faith-based travel is the perfect way to build community by intimately exploring the roots and stories of one’s faith with fellow believers. The power of [...]



SENIORS TRAVEL TO NASHVILLE

Nov 5th, 2012 | By James E Becker | Category: Senior Travel

Seniors, Do You Know of a Town Called Nashville? Well, Google found several for me. The US Census Bureau lists a total of 12 towns with the name Nashville.  Nashville, Iowa, not on the list, was only about ten miles from my hometown of Monmouth.  It was quite small and probably was not really even [...]