Group tour industry evolves as demographics change

Group tours used to evoke images of "little old ladies with blue hair crammed into a motorcoach, up at 5 a.m., running off to a cathedral and eating rubber chicken," says the president of the U.S. Tour Operators Association. But the industry is adapting in response to the demands of increasingly particular baby boomers with features such as special-interest or themed tours.

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