A travel guide for the best things to do on the Caribbean island of Dominica in just one day, including waterfalls, beaches and the top tourist attractions.
Looking for relaxation, brilliant white sand beaches, stunning blue water and a bit of culture—off the beaten track? Then Grenada is your place.
Puerto Vallarta has lots of activities for visitors, including zip-lining, tequila tasting, strolling around town, ATV jungle tours or hitting the beach.
A handy list of everything you need to pack for a beach vacation.
With 1100km of coastline, you’re never too far from a beach while exploring Prince Edward Island. Here are some of the best beaches on PEI’s north shore.
Colombia has a tumultuous past that it’s still trying to recover from, but the country has made great strides and is now a safe place for travellers in most regions. Those who make the trek are rewarded with stunning Caribbean beaches, historic architecture and incredible scenery.
I like to think of Lido as the Hamptons of Italy. The perfect place for a getaway, the quiet island features a white sand beach, dozens of delicious restaurants and cafes, cute stores and a laid-back yet classy vibe.
Famous for its baking soda-soft sand highlighted by striking blue water and bright green palm trees, Boracay has a laid-back vibe that is perfect for those looking to get away from it all.
Mexico is world famous for its fiestas, Latin flair and beaches, which is why millions of tourists flock to the country every single year. Cabo San Lucas is a popular pick, thanks to its beautiful resorts, golf courses and the famous Arch.
Malta is off the radar for many travellers, which makes it an even better pick for those who make the trip. The country is just off the southern tip of Italy and east of Tunisia, and the influences from both Africa and Europe are apparent the moment you touch down.