Nestled between the lush mangrove forests and soft supple sand on the island of Siargao in the Philippines lies a secret sanctuary, Nay Palad Hideaway.
In 2014, Hurricane Odile swept through always-sunny Los Cabos, and for hoteliers, the results were devastating.
The Maldives is synonymous with the image of a picturesque honeymoon destination—with thousands of idyllic islands of pure white sand beaches, and bright aquamarine colored-water, it certainly does not disappoint.
Few places embody the pioneering spirit of the “great outdoors” as iconically as the North American continent.
Dwarfed by its neighbors to the north and south, Central America is often overlooked by travelers seeking to reconnect with nature on their next vacation.
It’s common knowledge that trees produce oxygen—but few people know that the source of most of our air is actually the ocean.
Architect and designer Bill Bensley is no stranger to the unorthodox.
For the conscious traveler, one of the biggest challenges to overcome is justifying the carbon cost of flying.
Hidden in the sleepy avenues of the affluent 16th arrondissement is Brach Paris, a design-focused luxury hotel that surprises with a juxtaposition of it’s sleek and angular glass structure set amongst the charming 19th-century art nouveau architecture that the arrondissement of Paris is best known for.