The Eighty Four Rooms Collection invites you to enjoy 84 of the world's most beautiful and unique boutique hotels. Regardless of your budget, it should always be possible to travel with an eye for style and comfort.
Sometimes, all that is needed to change someone's mind is a change of perspective. Flying cameras, freed from the constraints of gravity, redefine how we perceive the world we live in and reveal previously unseen moments of beauty.
Traveling by canoe, plane, boat, train, on foot and hitching a ride on the occasional dump truck, photographer David Heath crossed some of Myanmar's most remote terrain to capture the unique images found in the pages of his book, Burma: An Enchanted Spirit.
Dhivehi Raaje - the authentic local word for Maldives, has always been a fascinating place for visitors who love the sunny, white sandy beaches, underwater beauty and the hospitality they get from islanders while they are on a resort.
In his upcoming book, The Joys of Travel: And Stories That Illuminate Them (Skyhorse Publishing; May 3, 2016; $24.99), Veteran travel writer Thomas Swick has identifies and shares what he calls “the seven joys of travel” in his a uniquely humorous and venerate voice.
For centuries, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket, the Massachusetts islands off the coast of Cape Cod, have attracted everyone from celebrities and presidents to everyday folks seeking a respite from the busier pace of the mainland.
New York surfing is mad. Breaks are hard to access, waves are inconsistent, winter (which produces the best waves) is brutal. You might risk almost anything just so you don't hear those famous words, "You should have been here an hour ago."