Happy Earth Day!

In honor of #NationalEarthDay your Travel Gurus would like to take this time to remind you that taking care of this amazing planet of ours falls on all of us. How can you help?

There are a number of ways – all free of charge and easy to accomplish. For instance – recycle what ever you can. Instead of driving to work ride your bike if possible. Find new uses for items that no longer serve their original purpose. Switch to energy efficient appliances. Support green businesses. This list can go on and on – check with your community for more ways you can help keep our planet green locally.

And remember – part of our mission here at Book Here, Give Here is sustainability. That’s why we work with small business owners in destinations like ourselves. They are our eyes and ears on the ground and partner with us to create memories of a lifetime and helps us meet our social responsibility in destination by making travel sustainable and equitable. Your tourism dollars stay local, and the destinations thrive because of tourism.

Now go out and do something to make Mother Earth proud today!


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Hawaiian Islands Overview

Did you know that Aloha doesn’t mean hello? Although it is often used as a greeting, it really is so much more than that. As Robin explained it’s actually a value system that’s woven into the fabric of the Hawaiian people with a deep meaning. The term Aloha actually means “the breath of life” in Hawaiian so it’s literally giving and receiving the breath of life. And you know you really can’t have a more intimate connection with someone than letting them know your essence and it’s something that is really intangible.


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Best Chocolate in Switzerland

Welcome to our blog post on the best places to get chocolate in Switzerland! We all know that Switzerland is renowned for its delicious chocolate, so it’s no surprise that