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Hurricanes are a fact of life in the Caribbean, but last year’s hurricane season was exceptional. The one-two punch of Hurricanes Irma and Maria left some islands badly damaged. However, the Caribbean region contains over 7,000 islands spread across one million square miles. Of the 33 Caribbean island nations and territories, only a handful were […]Read more
Journey to the White Continent
One vast stretch of the planet has remained beyond humans’ grasp. Antarctica. This frozen continent has never been permanently occupied. It has no towns or villages; just grand, icy and unpredictable wilderness. A journey to the seventh continent is about as other-worldly as it gets on the planet Earth. This icy splendor is home to […]Read more
Africa’s Great Migration
The Great Migration is the largest mass movement of land mammals on Earth, when more than a million wildebeest—along with hundreds of thousands of zebra and gazelle circle through the Serengeti plains in Tanzania and Masai Mara Reserve in Kenya. The path of the migration is dictated by the rains and food sources (mainly grasses); […]Read more
Top 5 Reasons to Visit Punta Cana
Known for its soft, golden-sand beaches and year-round summery weather, Punta Cana, on the easternmost tip of the Dominican Republic, is perfect for a relaxing, active-as-you-want-to-be vacation. Here are the top 5 reasons you should consider Punta Cana for your next vacation: Spectacular Beaches. Punta Cana and Bávaro are two resort areas at either end […]Read more
Top Golf Destinations around the World
Golf is one of the oldest sports in the world. A ball and stick game was played in Rome during the time of Julius Caesar. But, golf as we know it today can be traced back to Scotland in 1457. Since then, golf has spread to virtually every corner of the globe. Indeed, there are […]Read more
Fall is a Great Time to Travel to the Caribbean!
Fall in the Caribbean could be described as “the endless, perfect summer”. The weather is warm – mid-to-upper 80s – but not scorching, there is typically less rainfall, summer crowds have returned home and winter crowds haven’t arrived yet. In addition, you’ll have the beaches practically to yourself, rates for accommodations are discounted and even […]Read more
Architecture Adventure: Islamic
Islamic structures, like The Taj Mahal, offer more than just a glimpse into another time. Both Mosques and Tombs alike are sacred and show off magnificent architecture. Plan to visit the Alhambra in Spain, Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem, Rustem Pasha Mosque in Instanbul, Taj Mahal in India, Al-Azhar Mosque in Cairo, and Bibi-Heybat […]Read more
Top 5 Airports that AREN’T Terrible for a Layover
Traveling can be an exhausting experience. Often our trips include a long layover that can feel like an eternity. Luckily, there are some airports that make waiting enjoyable. Check out these 5 top-notch airports that make spending a few hours waiting for your flight a surprisingly pleasant experience. The Dallas-Fort Worth Airport in Texas (DFW) has fantastic shopping […]Read more