Planning a honeymoon? Looking for the perfect kid-friendly resort destination? Want to try out the latest and most adventurous vacation activities? The Washington, D.C. Travel & Adventure Show is just the place to do all of that and much, much more.
Taking place March 9-10, the 2013 Travel and Adventure Show is being held at the Washington Convention Center. This travel extravaganza features seminars from names like Frommer, Steves and Zimmern as well as cultural performances, SCUBA demonstrations, adventure activities, travel deals, prize packages and animal encounters from Busch Gardens and SeaWorld. A full schedule of industry specialists will be speaking on topics on everything from travel photography, Egyptian travels and gorilla trekking in Uganda to Daytona beaches, family travel and volunteer vacations. Check out the lineup by clicking here.
Whether it's the Caribbean, Asia, Europe or the United States, families, adventure travelers and industry specialists can all find something to suit their interests, as well as put together the perfect vacation package, at the Washington, D.C. Travel Show. Previous travel show exhibitors have included Belize Tourism Board, the American Hiking Society, Visit Orlando, River and Trail Outfitters, New River Gorge CVB, Currituck Outer Banks Tourism, Kitty Hawk Kites, Club Med, India Tourism and the Maui Visitors Bureau.
Sponsors from the worlds of media, broadcast, entertainment and the travel industry include Budget Travel, Rick Steves' Europe, SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment, NBC 4, Cuisine Noir Magazine, APTA, Travel World News and the Southeast Tourism Society.
Saturday, March 9: 10:00-5:00
Sunday, March 10: 11:00-4:00
Adult admission is $15 at the show and $9 online. Ages 16 and under are free.
The closest Metro stop to the D.C. Travel & Adventure Show is Mt. Vernon Sq./7th street Convention Center on the yellow or green line, located right outside of the building.
For more information on the Washington, D.C. Travel & Adventure Show, including directions, parking, tickets and seminar information, please visit their website.