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The World’s Cheapest Places to Travel This Summer

For many destinations in the Northern Hemisphere, the summer months of June through August see the largest crowds and most staggering prices. However, in-the-know travelers can avoid the added buzz and expense by seeking out low-season and under-the-radar locales toting better price tags. To make the most of your travel budget this summer, read on…

The 8 Coolest Tree House Hotels in Central America

Whether you spent your youthful years in a tree house, or pining over one, hotels around the world are here to turn your nostalgic childhood reveries into adult realities. Make no mistake, though: These rustic retreats perched in the trees are not the wobbly contraptions cobbled together in your backyard. While they may let you…

8 Affordable Wellness Retreats

Now hear this: Wellness isn’t just for well-to-do one-percenters. Increasingly, self-care has become accessible to everyone, whether that’s through a free meditation app or a bike-share program. But there’s one aspect of health and wellness that still feels reserved for the ultra-rich — the restorative getaway. Plenty of seasoned travelers think that a sunny, unplugged…

7 Treetop Hotel Restaurants That Will Fulfill Your Childhood Dreams

When you were young, did you have a treehouse in your backyard? Perhaps you spent long summers in your exclusive “clubhouse” with your friends. Or if you didn’t (like me), you might have at least dreamed about having one. You can easily tap into that nostalgia as an adult by dining at one of these…

The Ultimate Cheat Sheet for All-Inclusive Brands

Location, style, and budget are probably the three most important factors for selecting an all-inclusive resort. Easy enough. But wait! You’ve found several options that fit your criteria, and you notice that one hotel charges for internet access and water sports, while its competitor down the beach offers free Wi-Fi and unlimited scuba diving. Or…

7 Spots Christopher Columbus Traveled to That You Should Too 

Intrepid explorer, nautical navigator, and prolific colonizer — Christopher Columbus was a man of many talents. In his tenure, Columbus, along with his three ships Nina, Pinta, and Santa Maria, crossed the Atlantic four times in search of treasure in the New World. And while his conquests earned him wealth, Columbus left behind a controversial…

10 Unexpected Kid-Friendly Destinations

Pleasing kids on vacation can go beyond costumed characters and thrilling amusement park rides. Whether it’s trying new food, getting up close and personal with wildlife, hitching a ride on a ferry or tuk-tuk, or simply wandering the streets of a new city, little ones find fascination in all kinds of experiences. But of course,…

5 Countries to Visit That You Couldn’t Travel to Before

The world is a big and beautiful place that travelers wish to explore. Unfortunately, some countries are closed to visitors, especially American travelers. Today, the U.S. has issued serious travel warnings to places like Syria and Yemen, making it hard — not to mention, dangerous — for Americans to visit such destinations. On the bright…

15 Private Plunge Pools With Stunning Views

Private plunge pools have long been coveted features in luxury hotel rooms, and these days they’re easier than ever to come by, particularly in destinations like the Caribbean and Mexico. But some stand out above the rest. We used to be so excited about the idea of a pool just for us that we didn’t…