White-sand beaches help, but it’s luxe elements and adventure opportunities at all-inclusive resorts that are luring independent travellers.
The perfect day in Havana starts with breakfast on a rooftop and ends with dancing in the streets, says tour operator and local Boris Masip.
It’s getting easier to dig deeper into Cuba’s culture, whether dipping into the island’s rich history or peeking at what’s possible in a local art scene.
As Cuba gain’s popularity as a destination, these upstart restaurant bars in Havana are taking the country’s cocktail legacy to new levels.
This summer, indulge in luxury, celebrations, the outdoors, and food — lots of it. Our favourite reasons to hit the road during the next few months.
Rolling up your sleeves and learning about a locale’s culinary offerings provides a glimpse into its history, cultures and hospitality. From Tennessee to Thailand, we present a collection of some of the coolest cooking classes to plan a trip around.
How low can our low Loonie go? We don’t want to know. But, there are deals to be had. Here’s where to find them.
The fine-dining establishments of Barbados have competition seemingly everywhere, from street stall to food truck to beach-side shack.
Our favourite reasons to hit the road this winter include seeing the Northern Lights in the Yukon and cycling along the coast of Vietnam.
Tradewinds was founded on the principle that boats be treated as small boutique hotels. Book a cabin, meet new people and go with the wind.
It was 40 years ago this summer that Jaws, Peter Benchley’s shark tale with an iconic score, hit movie screens. Why are we drawn to creatures that terrify us? And what are we doing to the ecosystem when we go hunting for them?
While part of the island nation is off-limits due to ash, both the land and people in the rest of Montserrat are alive and thriving.
What’s the buzz in London? Who is Peedee? Answers to these questions and more in this week’s round up of travel headlines.