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Caribbean 2017 UPDATE: Resorts and Destinations That Are Open For Business
This is a reminder that the Caribbean is a vast and varied region, covering over one million square miles. Most of the Caribbean was not affected by recent storms, and is open for business and need our support with travelers.
How to Prepare for a World Cruise
To find out what full world cruisers can do to ensure their cruise goes off without a hitch, we spoke to crew members familiar with the routines -- and travails -- of previous world cruisers. They shared their best tips, which we now pass on to you.
Machu Picchu, Peru
Machu Picchu is the #1 attraction and the highlight of the trip. Over the years, Machu Picchu has become South America's most famous archaeological site, and one of the top attractions in South America. Machu Picchu is located in a beautiful setting, on the ridge of a mountain overlooking the Urubamba river valley and surrounded by the high Andes.
This is What I Learned After 4 Days in the Caribbean
The Dominican Republic the most visited island in the Caribbean for two major reasons: its inexpensive, and lots of Europeans love its white sand beaches.
Queensland: Destination of the Month for Feb. 2017
Queensland is everything the world loves most about Australia. Warm and welcoming, unpretentious and real.
A First-Timer's View of Costa Rica
Read about an exciting trip to Costa Rica through the eyes of a first-time visitor.
Five Sites to Celebrate with an Incredible Sundowner
The Sundowner is a tradition that dates back to 19th-century colonial Africa when British soldiers would cap off a hot, dusty day in the bush with a cool alcoholic beverage, usually gin, as the sun sank slowly beneath the equatorial horizon. While countless destinations may be worthy of a refreshing sundowner, here are five that rank as simply incredible.
Potential of a New Orleans to Cuba Cruise?
Some of the hottest travel news as of late is concerning the tiny island nation of Cuba. Once the forbidden destination located less than 90 miles from U.S. shores, recent political developments are allowing new access to the previously isolated island nation.
Can't-Miss Architecture Along the Rhine River
The Rhine River originates in the Swiss Alps and flows for 760 miles through France’s Alsace region, Germany, and the Netherlands, before emptying into the North Sea. Winding through forested hillsides and open rolling fields, the river passes cities, towns, and villages where some of Europe’s finest architecture is on display, making it an ideal route for a relaxing and informative river cruise journey.
Dodge the Crowds and Visit these Hidden Gems in Europe
Summer has long been recognized as the ideal time to visit the European continent with sunny weather beckoning tourists to explore the mountains, beaches, and cities. However, with the wonderful summer weather comes several less-desired items: crowds, higher prices, and a feeling that you are on the same trip as everyone else.