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National Geographic Delves Further Into Travel Experiences With Unique Lodges of the World

Jan 30, 2015  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

Already one of the world’s best resources for discovering our planet, National Geographic is now helping travelers have the very best experiences through their new Unique Lodges of the World collection. ... Read More

Experience Burgundy Through the Eyes of a French Chef With a 7-Day Cooking Program

Jan 29, 2015  |   Contributor: Beth Graham

When traveling abroad, I tend to visit familiar destinations, such as Italy, my former home. But when the opportunity arose to experience France through the eyes of a chef, I could not resist. Nothing on this trip felt touristy, it was authentic France. I shopped at the market for dinner ingredients, prepared gourmet meals alongside Frelon, visited with family winemakers and enjoyed leisurely afternoons in the village.... Read More

Travel by Month: A Year's Guide to Following the Sunshine Around the World

Jan 29, 2015  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

We love the start of a new year; and not just because all the “New Year, New You” hype, but more so because it means 365 days of potential travel ahead. For 2015, to assist you with your own travel plans, we thought we’d put together a list of some of our favorite destinations to visit by month. Keeping in mind that sightseeing is typically an outdoor activity, we chose each destination based on its sunniest and/or its most pleasant weather months. ... Read More

Tiny Caribbean Island of Bonaire is a Quaint, Quiet, Nature Lover's Dream

Jan 22, 2015  |   Contributor: Kimberly Fisher

Located in the heart of the Caribbean, nestled cozily between Aruba and Curaçao, is the small, serene Dutch island of Bonaire. With beautiful year-round temperatures, Bonaire is the perfect beach getaway. Bonaire is versatile enough to fit any travel plans whether it be a family vacation, romantic escape or a boy's adventure weekend. Those in the know come from all over the world to experience the island’s culture, gorgeous miles of coastline and its untouched paradise.... Read More

A Unique Look at Sri Lanka: A Fantastic 3-Minute Journey Through 10 Cities

Jan 16, 2015  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

In this beautifully-edited and colorful montage of Sri Lanka, Photographer and Editor Piotr Wancerz gives us an exciting and comprehensive look at the Southeast-Asian island in under three minutes. Produced by Timelapse Media, the video dubbed Island of Dharma follows Wancerz’ journey through ten cities including Colombo, Ella, Haputale and Negombo.... Read More

Ultra Sundance Experience Comes Complete With VIP Access and Custom Itineraries For Under $10,000

Jan 13, 2015  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

In a little over a week, Park City, Utah will be filled with A-list celebs, filmmakers, lovers of cinema and thousands of attendees ready to view  independent movies at the annual Sundance Film Festival. Offering an insider experience for its clients during the 11-day event, XOJET has created a package that gives guests exclusive entrance to star-studded events and overnight accommodations at The Washington School House Hotel.... Read More

Discovering Québec's Food Scene in Montreal, Lanaudiere and Mauricie

Jan 9, 2015  |   Contributor: Cynthia Dial

Montrealers have three obsessions, I’m told. The first is the Canadian’s hockey team, the second is food and cycling takes third place. Though I’m an avid sports fan and bicycle rider (albeit back in the day), my trip to Québec involved numéro deux: its food. My mission was twofold: to forge an edible journey beyond Montreal’s traditionally tried-and-true poutine (fries and cheese curds topped with gravy), and to take a physical journey past the metropolis to what locals call authentic Québec.... Read More

From Jack to Maker's: A Spirited Look at a Journey Along the American Whiskey Trail

Jan 5, 2015  |   Contributor: Jared Paul Stern

Buoyed by both a burgeoning craft cocktail culture and increased demand from abroad, the American whiskey industry is at an all-time high. Far from becoming faceless conglomerates, however, the whiskey distilleries of the South retain their rich character, time honored traditions, and dedication to making spirits that reflect the American way of life. To help promote and celebrate these enterprises, many of them entwined with the history of their hometowns.... Read More

This Short Film Will Make You Want to Pack Your Bags and Set Sail to the Greek Isles

Jan 2, 2015  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

If watching this video doesn’t make you wistful to take an impromptu vacation to sail around the Greek Isles, then I don’t know what else will. Shot in Kefalonia/Ithica, Greece on a Canon 60D with a 24-105mm lens by London-based Video Editor & Producer Ryan Clarke, Ionian is a short film about sailing the islands with his family.... Read More

The Hague: Home to Holland’s Royal Family, Seaside Resorts & a Masterful Art Scene

Jan 1, 2015  |   Contributor: Terri Marshall

Brilliantly colored tulips, charming canals, wooden windmills and plenty of Gouda cheese are expected while traveling in Holland. What you might not expect is how much you'll love The Hague. As the seat of government for the Netherlands and the official residence of King Willem-Alexander, The Hague is the beating heart of Holland. Home to the stately International Peace Palace along with 118 embassies, it is truly a city of diplomats and much more.... Read More

 
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