Category: USA

Photograph of the week: Sunrise at Glacier Point, Yosemite

Photograph of the week: Sunrise at Glacier Point, Yosemite

Before leaving Yosemite, Andrew Ling wanted to see the sunrise from Glacier Point one last time. For the first time during his three day stay, the valley was free from the nearby wildfire smoke. The sun had just risen above the mountains, shining between the cliff and Half Dome. He saw these people watching the […]

Top 5 Four Seasons hotels

Top 5 Four Seasons hotels

Four Seasons Hotels are known as being some of the most luxurious hotels in the World. The company itself owns 104 luxurious hotels that are spread across the continents of the World. In this article I am going to outline the 5 best and most lavish resorts this group has to offer. 1. Four Seasons […]

Inside tips for exploring Galveston Island, TX, 'the playground of the South'

Inside tips for exploring Galveston Island, TX, ‘the playground of the South’

Recently named a “Destination on the Rise” by TripAdvisor, Galveston Island, Texas, with its 32-mile-long coast, is finally getting the recognition it so richly deserves. Granted, locals have always appreciated this year-round coastal spot, a stone’s throw from the Gulf of Mexico, particularly since they added seven miles of brand new beaches in 2016. After […]

Undiscovered New York: top 5 hidden gems in the Big Apple

Undiscovered New York: top 5 hidden gems in the Big Apple

A truly great city offers visitors an ongoing evolution of experiences, surprising even its avid fans with new and exciting things to do just when you think you’ve seen it all. These world-class cities are hard to come by, and no other fits this description like New York City. This is a place where the […]

6 of the world's best bucket-list breaks

6 of the world’s best bucket-list breaks

When choosing a holiday, do you ever struggle to decide whether to embark on an action-packed adventure, or default to a lazy beach-based getaway? Go for a snappy city break, or relaxed romantic retreat? Or how about – both? Combine two, three or even four destinations for a once-in-a-lifetime holiday – there’s nothing quite like […]

Photograph of the week: Scuba diving in Devil's Den

Photograph of the week: Scuba diving in Devil’s Den

Florida is mostly known for its sandy beaches and tropical diving. However, scuba diving addicts know that Florida best underwater secrets lie north of Orlando, where a network of crystal-clear water springs can be dived all year long. The most amazing of all is called the Devil’s Den. The spring of Williston, FL, is a […]

Tranquility Bay Resort, Ambergris Caye

10 things to learn while you travel

Experiential travel is the best kind – and what better way to get under a destination’s skin than by learning a new skill under the guidance of local experts? From cooking and dancing to surfing and diving, via a multitude of handicrafts, here are some suggestions for educational, practical activities to try out on your […]

The foothills of Atlas Mountains in Morocco

Top 6 family travel destinations for October half-term

As the nights begin to draw in and the temperatures start to fall, it’s tempting to get away with your family for a change of scene. October half-term is the last chance in the school holidays calendar to make tracks before Christmas. You don’t always have to choose the most obvious destinations. These six family […]

6 luxe Summer experiences in Vail, Colorado

6 luxe Summer experiences in Vail, Colorado

Vail is known for skiing and snow sports, but it is just as fun in the Summertime when you can enjoy activities that are not available in winter. It also has a totally different ambiance in the Summer and you can enjoy the warmth of the sun while cycling along the river, head to the […]

6 great reasons to visit Oregon

6 great reasons to visit Oregon

Variety is one word that sums up Oregon. Sights that vary from the Pacific Ocean to Mount Hood, an extinct volcano rising 3426 metres above the Columbia Gorge. Gentle rolling countryside changes into jagged outcrops of rock. Follow one of the Scenic Byways (Oregon has more of these than any other state in the Union) […]

Culture and coastlines in the Palm Beaches

Culture and coastlines in the Palm Beaches

One thing that always stands out on any visit to the Palm Beaches is the relaxing lifestyle. Imagine whiling away the day on a beach, sipping a Mojito and gazing across the ocean at a local bar, or delving into the famed shopping boulevards. Well, with this selection of the best ways to shop and […]

4 Summertime experiences to sample in Leavenworth, WA

4 Summertime experiences to sample in Leavenworth, WA

Nestled in the Cascades in central Washington, the mountain town of Leavenworth is known for its Bavarian theme and seasonal festivals. Summer’s warm climate maximizes outdoor pleasures while German architecture showcases flowers exploding over balconies and hanging baskets throughout the village. All that color and sunshine makes a cheerful setting. Enjoy shopping, beer gardens, and […]

Top 5 luxury pool perks around the world

Top 5 luxury pool perks around the world

One of the most requested hotel amenities is a gorgeous pool, but sophisticated travelers are no longer content splashing around in just any old swimming pool. The following five luxury hotels are gilding the lily with these additional perks. 1. Beauty tech No more sunburn worries while enjoying W Retreat & Spa – Vieques Island […]

Luxury travel for less

Luxury travel for less

We all want to pay a little less for our holidays but the question is how without compromising on quality?  The answer is often by booking early and booking through a tour operator or travel agent.  Tour operators get tremendous deals from hotels, rail companies and cruises which they can package and pass on to […]

Where to see the Northern Lights... and what to do if you don't

Where to see the Northern Lights… and what to do if you don’t

Sorry for the seemingly negative rider in the title, but we think it’s important to note that the Northern Lights – the eerily beautiful display of shimmering colour sometimes visible in the night skies over the Arctic Circle – are a natural phenomenon and so by no means guaranteed. I’m sure that’s stating the blindingly […]

Extend your Summer - 6 great places to go in September

Extend your Summer – 6 great places to go in September

You could say September is the best time of year to go on holiday. And you’d be right. With a few exceptions, the shoulder season offers the perfect balance between reasonable prices and reasonable weather. The Summer crowds clear as schools return, the weather in the UK starts to turn and nights start to draw […]

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