According to Virtuoso, “Skip-gen travel is on the rise, with grandparents eager to educate, explore and leave a legacy with their grandchildren, while working parents stay behind back home.”
It was brief, my days spent in South Korea, but it was one of those soul-changing adventures that stays with you forever.
Traveling on Rocky Mountaineer’s GoldLeaf service through western Canada’s diverse terrain is a truly luxury experience.
Stepping foot into the sun-washed grand lobby of the recently remodeled Live Aqua Beach Resort Cancun, it was the glorious views of the blue sky and palm trees through the floor-to-ceiling windows that I first noticed.
Until recently any mention of the Dolomites would guarantee a blank stare from many an American traveler.
Recommend attended the opening of The Reef Family Splash Zone aboard the Caribbean Princess that recently emerged from drydock with new reimagined spaces.
A chic resort made for weddings and romance.
For guests who have already been to Tahiti’s more popular tourist destinations—Tahiti, Moorea and Bora Bora—the Marquesas Islands offer quite a few out-of-the-box experiences that will have them become one with the local culture.
“This ship is a celebration of the Galapagos,” said Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, president and CEO of Celebrity Cruises, during a sneak peek event introducing the new Celebrity Flora to a group of media and travel advisors.
Israel is a place for religious pilgrimages, but it’s so much more than that. “Every traveler can find a reason why they would love Israel,” says Yael Golan, consul | director, Southern Region USA for the Israel Ministry of Tourism.
Viking River Cruises recently welcomed seven new vessels to its European fleet during a festive ceremony that spanned three countries all linked via satellite video.
In the heart of the romantic and cultural cobblestone town of San Miguel de Allende sits the Belmond Casa de Sierra Nevada, a boutique luxury hotel made for well-heeled clients.
Holland America’s second Pinnacle-class ship, the Nieuw Statendam, features some of the cruise line’s most popular features and amenities, as well as an array of new offerings, and in a recent trip aboard this new ship, I was able to experience many of these.
There is something for everyone on board the Symphony of the Seas.
A month after TRS Cap Cana Hotel’s November 2018 opening, I checked into this adults-only property.
The first in Celebrity Cruises’ newly launched Edge Series, Celebrity Edge offers a design-, culinary-, destination-, and service-forward experience as she plies the waters of the Caribbean this winter and onto Europe this summer and fall.
I walked into heaven when I stepped into Haven Riviera Cancun. This adults-only, all-suite beachfront oasis with a focus on wellness does not disappoint.
Sao Paulo—“Sampa” to locals—is a must-stop for clients who savor fine hotels, a lively arts scene, beautiful parklands, gourmet dining, smart shopping, and a dusk-to-dawn club scene.
The first thing that blew my mind when I stepped onto the Carnival Horizon was how massive this new ship is; the second was its decor.
Culturally, Bermuda feels a lot like an island in the Caribbean, yet its British colonial roots are unmistakable.