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11 Hotel Rooms With Private Beaches

Forget swim-up bars, swim-out suites, and in-room pools. When it comes to tropical getaways, staying in a room with its very own private beach — as in swim-naked-if-you-want private — is the ultimate way to go. (Well, short of chartering an entire island.) These dreamy hotel rooms around the world feature secluded shoreline, hidden-away coves, and…

6 Destinations Where Billionaires Vacation

We’ve all dreamed about where we’d vacation if money was no object. Would we opt for a luxurious Aspen ski break? How about a private Caribbean island? Or perhaps we’d splurge on rustic European glamour? For some, this dream is a reality. When it comes to traveling, billionaires can live out their wildest vacation fantasies.…

10 Things Every Traveler Should Know Before Going to Fiji

Far-flung Fiji is about as close to paradise as it gets. Even the word itself, with its cheerfully dotted letters, is aesthetically (and phonetically) pleasing and will likely conjure up exotic tropical fantasies of flitting off to the South Pacific, and perhaps never looking back. This archipelago of more than 300 islands (only about one-third…

Top 8 Places for a Destination Wedding

Everyone wants the perfect wedding, and for some, that means jetting off to a picturesque location far from home. In fact, nearly 25 percent of nuptial ceremonies are destination weddings. Whether it’s an island setting amid swaying palm trees and daiquiris or the rolling countryside away from the city lights, where one gets married is…

The Top Destinations for Island Hopping

There’s something very glamorous and carefree about island hopping. You stay just long enough to savor the very best a destination has to offer, then pop over to the next heavenly atoll in the sea. But without proper planning, bouncing around any archipelago can be exhausting — and daunting. For starters, be realistic about how…

6 Local Liquors Around the World You Haven’t Heard Of

Hundreds of countries have their spirit of choice — tequila in Mexico, rum in Cuba, and Jameson whiskey in Ireland, for example. Then there are the lesser-known liquors that are favored by a country, often enjoyed while laughing and conversing with friends and family at a neighborhood restaurant. Check out our list of six countries…

9 Hotels Around the World You Need to Know About Right Now

The hotel industry is constantly expanding. And therefore, our hotel coverage on Oyster.com is always growing to include new hotels that have just opened, iconic hotels that have been renovated to their original grandeur, and hotels in exotic, far-off destinations that we’ve just touched down in. Every week, dozens of hotels — with hundreds of…

Where to Go Instead of Hawaii

Renowned for its sapphire waters, rugged coastline, historical attractions and awesome surf, it’s easy to see why the Hawaiian islands top many a must-travel list. But if you’re looking for something a little different — something that’s still Pacific, still home to unique island culture, still spectacular, but not actually in Hawaii — you’ll want…

Top 10 Places Around the World to Swim with Sharks

Every year, Shark Week enters our lives for a fleeting seven nights of nail-biting, heart-pounding programming on the Discovery Channel. But before you even have the chance to cue up the “Jaws” theme song, the exciting event concludes, leaving us longing for more adrenaline-pumping adventures. We’re of the mentality that the fun doesn’t have to…

9 Surprising Foreign Destinations Where You Don’t Need to Speak the Language

Learning a foreign language can be a rewarding experience, allowing you to communicate and befriend folks of different cultures while you travel the globe. Trying to communicate with someone in a language you don’t understand when all you want is a train ticket or an extra pillow, however, can be stressful and downright frustrating. Luckily,…