Jungle lodges, cave tours, Mayan ruins, snorkelling and the Great Blue Hole are just a few highlights of this one week itinerary for Belize.
From packing pesos to getting road trip ready, here are a few important tips for those planning on renting a car and driving in Mexico.
You don’t need to go to the Middle East to ride a camel: you can do it in Mexico’s Baja Peninsula, and even snap a camel selfie afterwards.
Nature rarely fails to impress, but it really outdoes itself when it comes to the Perito Moreno Glacier. Here’s why it needs to be on your bucket list.
Camel rides, sunset sails past the famous Arch and swimming with sea lions in the sparkling Sea of Cortez are just a few of Cabo’s fun activities.
As the most colourful district in Buenos Aires, La Boca has a bohemian, artsy feel and is popular with visitors for good reason.
Quiet, colourful St Luke’s Mews is tucked away in London’s affluent Notting Hill neighbourhood, and is the thing Instagram dreams are made of.
Colonia rewards those who make the trip with colourful facades, vine-draped shops and palm-fringed boardwalks set within a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Orléans features whitewashed facades, a bustling town centre that never feels too busy and a lively waterfront, making it a popular stop in the Loire Valley.
Epic adventures await at the Canadian Mountain Holidays Cariboos lodge in British Columbia, where heli-hiking in the Columbia Mountain Range is making a comeback.