From castles to fincas, the best hotels on the Spanish island of Mallorca (Majorca) include Hotel Tres, La Residencia, Castillo Hotel Son Vida and Finca CanColl.
The lush “garden isle” of Kauai is a natural spot for two whimsical Kauai gardens known as the Allerton and McBryde Gardens.
Thousands of whales migrate in winter to the Baja waters. Go whale watching in Cabo San Lucas to see them breaching and showing their tale flukes.
Puerto Vallarta is a culinary hotbed. We checked out 3 of the best Puerto Vallarta restaurants serving food as art and simple shrimp tacos.
What a magical Mallorca vacation! We admired a Gothic cathedral, hiked donkey trails, swam in idyllic coves and toured historic manor homes.
Where to bunk down on the “Garden Island” of Kauai ? We stayed at five of the top Kauai hotels and resorts. Here are our hotel reviews.
Some of the hippest rooms we’ve encountered recently can be found at the Bahia Hotel in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Very South Beach in feel!
Bad weather means storm watching on Vancouver Island. With rainboots and slickers, you can witness the awesome fury of winter storms.
Venice. The medieval walled city of Korcula. Crete. Voyages to Antiquity cruises the Mediterranean, introducing you to the history, art, myths and culture of the classical civilizations.
There’s plenty of great Hong Kong hiking! Green parks offer hiking trails galore. We love hiking to the quaint stilt village of Tai O on Lantau Island.
It’s just a gentle 10-minute walk through the forest to Brandywine Falls, which thunder down a staggering 220-foot steep-sided gorge near Whistler.
Jacques Cousteau called the Sea of Cortez “the world’s richest sea.” Go scuba diving in Cabo San Lucas and you’ll see turtles, rays and 900 species of fish!
From historic to hip: Pera Palace, TomTom Suites and Sumahan on the Water are among the top Istanbul boutique hotels.
Jordan’s attractions include Wadi Rum (Lawrence of Arabia’s desert), Dead Sea (fancy slathering black mud over your body?) and the ancient city of Petra.
British Columbia wines? Yes! More than 200 wineries are strung along the central Okanagan Valley, and they produce some fine wines.