Canada, aka the Great White North, is famous for its world-class ski resorts nestled in stunning Rocky Mountains. Here, you can find some of the best powder, beautiful ski-in/ski-out hotels, breathtaking landscapes and fantastic dining options. The hardest part is choosing which one to go to! Here are some of the top picks:
A visit to Machu Picchu tops many bucket lists, but there is so much more to the South American country than those Incan ruins—though they are rather impressive! Peru not only boasts bustling cities like Lima, but also tiny beach towns, villages tucked into mountains, and even an entire community that lives on islands made of reeds.
Once upon a time, a travel writer who has flown on everything from a blimp to sea plane to a jumbo jet finally boarded what would be the worst flight of her entire life–and frankly, can’t say she was even the least bit surprised at the outcome.
Direct and non-stop flights might seem like the same thing–but that simple wording could add hours to your travel time.
Peru has experienced a gastronomical renaissance of sorts in the past decade, as the world has finally taken notice of the delicious creations emerging from tiny kitchens around the country. Arguably South America’s top spot for dining, travellers can expect top notch offerings for much less than they’d pay for similar-quality dishes in North America and Europe.
The Sunshine State has something for everyone, whether you want to brave an amusement park or hit up South Beach for the eye candy. Here are some highlights of Miami, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale and the Everglades.
Will you ever wear that cheesy T-shirt again? Or those Aladdin pants you picked up in Turkey? Didn’t think so…
One of the biggest cities in Borneo is Kuching, which is the capital of Sarawak. Home to about one million people, it’s a vibrant, colourful spot that houses some incredible architecture, serene gardens and a giant dose of Malay culture.
Few cities in the world can rival the history, beauty and architecture of Paris. You could easily spend a week lazing around in an outdoor café, taking in the stunning views from the top of the Eiffel Tower or poring over priceless works of art. But how do you see it all if you only have a couple of days? Easy: stick to the main highlights.
Tokyo is perhaps one of the most interesting cities on earth, and has long been on the bucket lists of seasoned travellers. Home to more than 13 million people, it is a sprawling, hectic metropolis full of towering skyscrapers, lightning-fast trains, questionable fashion, temples, geishas and sushi. Lots of sushi.