Active travel specialist New Zealand Walking Tours shares four favorites, both on and off the beaten trail

With trail tourism on the rise, many travelers are tying up their hiking boots and heading towards popular routes such as Spain’s Camino de Santiago, St. Olav’s Way in Norway, and the treks of the Swiss Alps. And with a rapid increase in urban development in many countries, hitting the trails is a no-brainer, and a great way to...

Eat Like a Local Miami Florida

Seaspice Often credited as a leading force in the revitalization of the Miami River neighborhood, Seaspice continues to be the unrivaled waterfront restaurant and celebrity favorite destination. Seaspice's star chef Angel Leon along with owners Carlos & Maryam Miranda created quite the unique and eclectic menu inspired by Mediterranean and global influences. Its interior design is a study in implicit...

Hotel Mockingbird Hill is an Eco Chic Boutique Hotel Located in Port Antonio Jamaica

The exquisite food at Hotel Mockingbird Hill is locally sourced, organic with an emphasis on seasonal offerings and this is only the beginning. The ultra fresh ingredients used at their restaurant Mille Fleurs become the starting point for this unique Jamaican-International Slow Food cuisine. Starting with the flavors of the region and then adding European influences, Mille Fleurs creates...

6 Reasons to Visit Traverse City in May

You've made the trek in the heat of summer, and you've even wandered snow-covered trails in January. Why check out the charming bayside town in May?   1 It’s Michigan Wine Month Are you a “rosé all day” kind of traveler? You’d get down just fine in Traverse City. With about 40 different wineries within the Traverse Wine Coast, there’s a tasting...

Three Ways To Travel Like A Royal This Summer

London/York/Edinburgh/Food and Travel Magazine
Inspired By The Upcoming Royal Wedding, Travelers Are Invited To Tap Into Europe’s Aristocratic Legacy And Live Their Own Royal Fantasy Not on the guest list for the highly-anticipated royal nuptials this April? Don’t worry, neither are we. But you can still live out your royal fantasy. From London to Italy, we’re rounding up some of our D&D PR’s clients...

Three Trips to Gift the Graduate in Your Life

Food and Travel Magazine/Galapagos Island/Cox & Kings/
  Whether it’s grammar school, high school or college, graduation is a significant achievement that merits recognition. Some might even argue that parents and grandparents take more pride in the milestone than the graduates themselves. But, whatever the age, one of the best ways to honor both the student and continue their education is with a once-in-a- lifetime travel experience....

Northern Alabama Has Been Keeping a Secret

lake guntersville
 Marshall County, Alabama Northern Alabama has been keeping a delightful secret at the southern end of the of the Appalachian Mountain’s foothills. It has been said that time spent at the lake restores the soul.   Rest assure that with 69,000 acres of smooth water, Lake Guntersville has more than enough of what it takes. Located along the banks of the Tennessee...

Pismo Beach, Succulent Seafood with Farm Fresh Foods

 Pismo Beach, California The waves meet the central California farmland in a community that celebrates the delectable bounties drawn from land and sea. Succulent seafood is served with farm fresh foods and locally grown wine country inspired cuisine is prepared by talented chefs to perfectly pair with their extensive wine lists and cellar collections.From coastal seafood dishes to casual California-style...
Advertisment ad adsense adlogger