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Where can Americans travel to in October?

Thanks to COVID-19 being not yet under control in the US, the number of countries offering visa-free access to Americans has decreased markedly to about 40 countries, and several of these have restrictions. But before you start packing your bags, it is important to ask if you should travel. This is a personal judgment call, […]

Recipe of the week: Cubik Mato

Recipe of the week: Cubik Mato

Tomato mozzarella, wherever you are in the world, is one of the most popular dishes on the menu. Unfortunately, there is never a lot of creativity and it is always presented the same boring way. Having the same presentation without surprising factors is most probably contradictory to what you heard already. Food needs to be […]

Short stay: Roseate House, Hyde Park, London, UK

Short stay: Roseate House, Hyde Park, London, UK

Roseate House London is a white stucco confection of a 48-room boutique hotel within a five-minute walk of Hyde Park. An invitation to revisit an era when London aspired to become the next Athens or Rome. Dating back to 1842, three Grade 2 listed townhouses with classical columns and balustraded balconies, make up this dignified retreat […]

Archaeologists’ 2,500-year-old coffins discovery

Archaeologists’ 2,500-year-old coffins discovery

Ancient Egypt was the preeminent civilization in the Mediterranean world. Monuments and artifacts recovered by archaeologists are the main source of information about all of Ancient Egypt. It’s no wonder that we are yet to discover the secrets and mysteries of Ancient Egypt, and this discovery is surely the one of many yet to come. […]

Photograph of the week: Leopard in the Serengeti

Photograph of the week: Leopard in the Serengeti

Travelers go on African safaris for different reasons. Some want to witness the Great Wildebeest Migration phenomenon that makes Kenya and Tanzania popular safari destinations. Some want to encounter the Big Five (lion, elephant, Cape buffalo, rhino and leopard). Others just want to experience the pure joy of being one with nature. Many people ask […]

The hidden hamlet of Erbonne, Italy - population: 11

The hidden hamlet of Erbonne, Italy – population: 11

It was a surprise that one of our best lunches in the Lake Como area was not at a stone grotto-ed Michelin-starred restaurant, or on a lakeside patio with the majestic Alps in the distance. It was a surprise that we didn’t need to get there by vaporetto, or pull up to a parking lot […]

New luxury treehouse resort in Okinawa, Japan

New luxury treehouse resort in Okinawa, Japan

Japan’s subtropical southern prefecture of Okinawa is set to welcome the opening of a brand new sustainable luxury eco resort in the Spring of 2021. Designed with the concept of bringing its guests closer to nature, Treeful Treehouse will offer secluded private rooms nestled amongst the jungle canopy alongside a communal Aerohouse space and activities […]

Recipe of the week: Pomegranate and roasted delicata squash salad

Recipe of the week: Pomegranate and roasted delicata squash salad

What better way to brighten up the winter months than a fresh salad featuring delicious and hardy chicories? This colorful dish is piled high with in-season goodies like roasted delicata squash, pistachios, and pomegranate and while it looks fancy and complicated, it’s actually quite simple to recreate at home. It’s equally perfect on a holiday […]

Our favourite African National Parks

Our favourite African National Parks

National Parks are considered some of the most diverse and beautiful areas within Africa. Protected for the ecological status and diversity, these parks contribute hugely to the local and national economies and perception of the countries that they reside in. In an ever-increasingly busy modern world, at times it is hard to find the solitude […]

5 dark tourism locations

5 dark tourism locations

In the Netflix show Dark Tourist, the viewer is exposed to unusual sites, rituals and ceremonies that occur worldwide. Dark tourism is actually a genre of tourism that has been growing in the last few years. Why do tourists flock to these macabre sites? It could be that the historical significance and the story of […]

Photograph of the week: Guatemala's Fuego volcano as seen from Acatenango

Photograph of the week: Guatemala’s Fuego volcano as seen from Acatenango

Guatemala is probably not the first country you think of when it comes to beautiful travel experiences. We don’t blame you. Nestled between the tropical beaches of Mexico and the relaxing Caribbean vibes of Belize, Guatemala’s presence is often overshadowed by its neighboring countries. Once the heart of the mighty Mayan civilization, Guatemala is now […]

The perfect Santorini experience

The perfect Santorini experience

Santorini is where the alluring beauty of mother nature invites you to the realm of an iconic paradise. This Cycladic island is famously known for its unique blue and white architecture that seamlessly blends in with multi-coloured volcanic cliffs, that soar out of the turquoise sea-drowned caldera. What sets this national treasure apart from the […]

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27 things to do in Tokyo

The ultimate metropolis, Tokyo is one of the world’s most exciting and vibrant cities. High-tech modern living, urban design and cutting-edge architecture defines the world’s largest city. But dig a little deeper below the contemporary veneer and you will find age-old temples, shrines and stone lanterns tucked amongst outlandish, cartoonish creations and the neon-lit nightlife. […]

5 reasons to discover the Maldives with luxury yacht Nawaimaa

5 reasons to discover the Maldives with luxury yacht Nawaimaa

If you’re planning your next winter holiday, here are five reasons to choose the Maldives and a luxury yacht charter aboard NAWAIMAA. You’ll never tire of ‘socially distancing’ as you cruise from one breath-taking island to the next: Reconnect with nature and explore the exotic wonders of Maldives at your own pace, letting your expert […]

Suite of the week: Villa Cielo Azul, Casa de Campo Resort & Villas, La Romana, Dominican Republic

Suite of the week: Villa Cielo Azul, Casa de Campo Resort & Villas, La Romana, Dominican Republic

Suite name: Villa Cielo Azul Location: Casa de Campo Resort & Villas, La Romana, Dominican Republic Size of accommodation: 2,740 sq m Cost per night: $5,900 plus taxes Who’s stayed there? Maluma, Jbalvin, Gianluca Vacchi, Geraldine Bazan and Marlene Favela. What makes it special: Cielo Azul sums up everything there is to love about Casa de Campo – the world-class golf, […]

Top 5 luxury fly fishing lodges in Argentinian Patagonia

Top 5 luxury fly fishing lodges in Argentinian Patagonia

Straddling the border between Chile and Argentina, Patagonia has long been an outdoor adventurer’s paradise. With towering snow-capped peaks, stunning mountain trails, and dramatic valley canyons etched by crystal clear rivers, there are few places as magnificent as this World UNESCO Biosphere. People come to this pristine natural landscape on the southern tip of South […]