This immense reef (temporarily) spells out "hope" and shows that hope can lead to actions that save the world's oceans.
They're some of the most iconic places in the world, but they're not always easy to experience.
As vaccination rates climb in the U.S. and Canada, two new contests hope to prompt you to start your travel planning. Would you like to win a safari in Botswana or a beach stay in St. Lucia? Both contests are open to residents of the U.S. and Canada and you have until May 31 and June 14 to enter for your chance to win.
Debuting in 2021, this 10-cabin floating luxury hotel brings you to see a different side of Rwanda.
If you want to swim with a fish the size of a bus, Mexico's Sea of Cortez and the Mexican Caribbean are some of the best places in the world to do it. It is possible to interact with wildlife in ethical ways, but you need to choose your destination and your tour operator carefully.
The Caribbean island of Grenada, with its sister islands Carriacou and Petite Martinique, is famous for its stunning beaches and for its nutmeg. With ideal conditions for growing the best cacao beans, Grenada’s fame as a fine cocoa and chocolate producer is growing too. You can sample some of the country’s best via this single-estate chocolate at one of Grenada’s top hotels.
Beach vacations are meant to be easy, which is why so many people love all-inclusives. The three Beaches Resorts (in Turks and Caicos and Jamaica) are making it easier for everyone to have a vacation, including kids who are on the autism spectrum and their parents.
Announced April 7, 2021, the French Polynesian islands will again welcome tourists starting May 1.
The tea that caused a diplomatic crisis.
Republished in 2021 from the original in 2016.
Who hasn’t felt their stress and anxiety levels rise during the Covid-19 pandemic? And who hasn’t searched for ways to alleviate that stress? So, why not maximize stress relief on your first post-pandemic vacation?
Save the corals, save the world.
As of April 1, 2021, Thailand’s 14-day quarantine will be reduced to 10 days, with further relaxing of Covid rules planned for quarantine-free travel to some regions by October 2021 and borders fully reopened by January 2022.