Luxury Vacations

Why New Mexico's Land of Enchantment Is a Great Place to Spend Christmas

As one of the most Catholic states and one of the poorest states in the US—but one with a world-class art capital and strong American Indian heritage—New Mexico is a memorable and unique place to be at Christmas time....
BY: Lena Katz | 2013

Five of the Most Popular Places to Hang Out With a Celebrity in South Beach

The tropical sun and never-ending nightlife might just be two of the reasons celebrities spend so much time in Miami. Some stars choose to call Miami home, some visit for months at a time while filming their reality TV shows...

Bike Tours Portugal Promises a Luxury Vacation on Two Wheels

While riding around on a bicycle isn’t necessarily a luxury affair, Bike Tours Portugal (BTP) has found a way to make it a little more glamorous when visiting Europe. Choosing from either guided, self-guided or tailor-made tours, guests can...
BY: Nicolle Monico | 2013

Abu Dhabi: UAE's Booming City Quickly Becoming a Desert Oasis of Luxury

BY : Julie Hatfield | 2013

Like a lottery player who dreams of the beautiful things money could buy and finally hits the big number, the capital city of the United Arab Emirates revels in its wealth. Abu Dhabi has been on a mission to create a city of incredible architectural...

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Tips on What to Explore While Visiting Cape Town, South Africa

With picturesque Table Mountain as the backdrop and a variety of things to do ranging from cage diving with great white sharks to hanging out with adorable penguins, Cape Town, South Africa is a great destination for adventurers. There are enough...

An American Safari: Jackson Hole's Vast Terrain, Wildlife and Luxury Lodgings

BY : Katherine Bond | 2013

One doesn't go to Wyoming to be sociable and surrounded by crowds of people; with only half a million residents, it gets the award for least populated state in America. Those who go to Wyoming go for its spectacular land filled with endless ski...

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Limerick: Ireland's First City of Culture 2014 to Emerge from $8M Rejuvenation

Limerick, a southwestern Irish city that has fought strongly to overcome a negative, violence-related image, is set to take center stage as Ireland’s first national City of Culture, an initiative that hopes to create more culturally relevant...
BY: Sean Hillen | 2013

A Canadian Vacation With Demeure: A Company Offering A Different Kind of Travel Experience

The structure of a vacation sounds like an oxymoron, as structure and improvisation (that word usually defining a great vacation) seem such like such opposing concepts. But usually, there is organization to a vacation, especially if you rent from a...
BY: Susan Kime | 2013

20 Film Locations Wrapped Up Into One Ultimate World Trip

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2013

As an avid lover of films, I couldn’t be more excited about this trip — even to the point of considering how a three-month sabbatical from work would be feasible (it’s not). VeryFirstTo.com’s exclusive World’s...

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Tips For Navigating the Mediterranean Isle of Corsica

With lush vegetation, sheer rocky mountainsides and stunning land and seascapes around every heart-stopping, hairpin bend, Corsica — a French island off the coast of Italy — holds a special place in the Mediterranean. But navigating it...
BY: Sean Hillen | 2013

Tour Sicily's Sea With JustWith's Private Yacht Charters Service

BY : Carol Driver | 2013

Leaning back on the front of our yacht as it sped along the crystal-clear Sicilian waters — its spray cooling the sun's rays on my face — I thought, “This is the life.” JustWith, a luxury concierge company which specializes...

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Discover Everything From Spectacular Locales to Black Rhinos With These Exotic Treks Below the Equator

Two of the world's most exotic countries, South Africa and Brazil, will be intriguing travel destinations in 2014 for travelers who enjoy extensive, pre-planned schedules. Travel services Audley and Elevate Destinations are...
BY: Roger Sands | 2013

Truffle Hunting in Provence: A Gourmand Weekend at Hôtel Crillon le Brave

BY : Melissa de Carteret | 2013

I am installed in understated and effortlessly chic Provençal style at the 16th century Relais & Château Hôtel Crillon le Brave, a sleepy cluster of seven elegantly rustic stone buildings in a tiny Roman hilltop hamlet...

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