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The Kingdom of Coffee: Travel, Food and Adventure in Colombia

Dec 26, 2016  |   Contributor: Kat Ward

Café tinto (known in English as black coffee) is the lifeblood that runs through Colombian veins. Growing coffee isn’t just something that Colombia does—it is a trade that has been passed on through family traditions for generations.... Read More

48 Hours in Dallas: Where to Eat & What to Do | Sponsored Content by W Dallas - Victory

Dec 23, 2016  |   Contributor: W Dallas - Victory

There are always big things happening in Texas, especially when you’re in Dallas. With so much going on, it can be overwhelming to choose the right activities to fit into a 48-hour stay. Luckily, the abundance of things to do means there is something for everyone no matter what part of the city you’re in. From foodie havens to shopping meccas, here’s how to fit the best of Dallas into a weekend.... Read More

Sirenalia's Mermaid Retreat Is What Ariel Dreams Are Made Of

Dec 13, 2016  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

Last year, we introduced you to mermaid workouts as a new fitness craze. The exercise included donning mermaid tails and swimming around in pools to work on your core, all while feeling a little like Ariel in your new attire. This year, adventurous swimmers can take their mermaid love to the next level by going on a trip specifically-designed for the water-dwelling creatures.... Read More

Book a Room at Necker Island This January for $4,000/Night

Dec 13, 2016  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

The infamous Necker Island has been a Caribbean playground for affluent travelers and the world’s most notable people for many years. Thanks to Sir Richard Branson’s vision for the isle, visitors have been coming to this destination to experience over-the-top luxury with that effortlessly-cool Virgin vibe.... Read More

Reach Mount Everest's Base Camp Without Any Hiking Required

Dec 12, 2016  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

Some of the Himalaya’s most iconic hiking trails can be found in Nepal, the country considered one of the ultimate destinations for adventurous travelers and outdoor lovers. But if you’ve always been curious to check out the locale, yet haven’t wanted to bother with all the hiking, Remote Lands has created a new itinerary just for you.... Read More

Get Your First Look at Disney's New Star Wars Lands

Dec 6, 2016  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

In August, Star Wars fans got some very exciting news regarding the franchise and Disney Parks. During the annual Disney Fan conference D23 Expo, the company unveiled their plans to create three new lands in their Florida and California destinations. And yes, one of those lands will be dedicated to Star Wars!... Read More

Savoring Tuscany With Hedonistic Hiking

Dec 5, 2016  |   Contributor: Janice Nieder

I’ve always felt that the best way to appreciate another country is by traveling on foot while indulging in the local cuisine. As much as I like to hike, I love to eat, which is why Hedonistic Hiking’s unique culinary walking tour A Tuscan Harvest: Chianti, Castles and Tuscan Cooking had my name written all over it.... Read More

5 of the Best Family-Friendly Ski Resorts in the Swiss Alps

Dec 5, 2016  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

Ski season is officially underway, and we’re guessing you’re ready to hit the slopes with the family as soon as possible. One of the most beautiful destinations in the world for skiing, the Swiss Alps is home to a number of great resorts, amazing restaurants and envy-inducing pistes. But, with your little ones in tow, it’s probably a good idea to know which villages offer the best amenities for your children and still have great services for you. So here are five resorts in Switzerland that are family-friendly and offer fun activities for children while not on the slopes:... Read More

How to Plan Your Bachelorette Weekend in Aruba

Dec 1, 2016  |   Contributor: Shea Peters

He asked, you said yes. Obviously the next step is to go to some tiny island in the Caribbean, without your man to toast your upcoming nuptials. Jetting off to a beautiful beach far from the stress of wedding planning is a must for many brides-to-be.... Read More

 
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