North & Central America
Thanks to warm waters, an abundance of marine life and white sandy beaches spanning across two coastlines, the epicentre of Central America's tourism lies on its beach shores.
Jack Kerouac knew it when he penned On the Road and so will you, when you return from your once in a life time adventure.
Autumn in America, otherwise known as fall lasts until 20 December and transforms landscapes across the country into a spectacular array of vivid colours and New York State is no different.
Whenever the ABTA reveal their annual, winter travel trends and most popular Christmas hotspots, a select few destinations make a regular appearance.
In 1967 nearly 100,000 young people converged on the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood, turning San Francisco, CA into the epicenter of a cultural phenomenon known as the Summer of Love.
When fall arrives on the Santa Barbara South Coast, thoughts turn to harvest time and festive gatherings with family and friends.
Another Independence Day has come and gone. Regardless of what time of year you read this, America will be celebrating another 4th of July in less than 12 months.
Taking a hike in Manitoba might not give you altitude sickness but it will not be bland or boring.
The United States has some of the most breathtaking landscapes on the planet, not to mention a handful of the world’s greatest cities.
Get forty winks in The Dome in Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean - The Cap Jaseux Adventure Park on the banks of the Fjord du Saguenay offers guests a cosy, fully-equipped glass Dome, 20 feet in diameter which sleeps up to four people.
An art museum is as much about the experience as it is about the individual exhibits themselves. The sights and sounds - the overall ambiance - can help create a memorable visit to a place of inspiration and creativity.
Crop Over is a summer-long annual festival in Barbados, which culminates on Kadooment Day on the first Monday in August, when it seems as if the whole island appears to let its collective hair down and party – big time!
It’s a little known fact that Las Vegas offers a lot more than just incredible luxury gambling trips. While the city is synonymous with epic casinos and thrill-seeking players, there’s actually a great deal more to discover.
Whether admiring magnificent grizzlies roaming around untamed landscapes, observing great herds of caribou migrating across the tundra or spotting puffins, sea lions and otters from the deck of an expedition cruise ship, Alaska during the summer months is like nowhere else.
Las Vegas is known as the crown jewel in gambling - the city where luck is a mysterious mistress which can turn a poor man into a billionaire and vice versa. It is a city which thrives on excess and extravagance and this spills into its culinary habits.
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