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26
Jul

Prince Edward Island Sampler

Though Prince Edward Island may be Canada’s smallest province – and have the smallest population, at just 143,000 – it punches way above its weight when it comes to tourism. The welcome is warm and casual, the heritage strong and colourful, and you’ll find the island sense of humour can be wickedly funny. If you […]

26
Jul

10 Spectacular Resort Pools

Feast your eyes on these spectacular resort pools from around the world. Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort – Thailand Amangiri- Utah Belmond Hotel Caruso – Ravello, Italy.    The Beverly Hills Hotel – Los Angeles, California. Faena Hotel Buenos Aires – Argentina. Grace Santorini – Greece. Grace Bay Club, Turks and Caicos. Majestic […]

21
Jul

A classic Canadian charmer: Montebello

Located in Quebec about an hour’s drive east of Ottawa, the delightful village of Montebello (population 1,000) has become quite a tourist mecca. As well as a main street bustling with little shops (a chocolaterie, a craft brewery, cheese shop, restos and more) the village is home to the renowned Fairmont Chateau Montebello, a remarkable […]

17
Jul

Epicurean Adventures

Here are our top epicurean adventures for those whose taste buds determine your travel itineraries. 1. Life is Like a Box of Chocolates Creating premium chocolate is an art that requires great skill, dedication, and passion and the master chocolatiers of Lindt spend their lives mastering the craft. For your tailor-made trip in Switzerland, your Vision […]

12
Jul

Mexico City: Weekend Getaway

When people think “getaway” they tend to think of Vegas or Montreal. And when they think “Mexico”, Canadians likely imagine the turquoise waters of the Cancun/Playacar area or the cobblestoned charms of Puerto Vallarta. But guess what makes a fantastic Mexican Getaway? Mexico City. The greater Mexico City area has a population of 21 million, […]

12
Jul

Africa Conservation Efforts with Singita

In Interview with Luke Bailes, Singita Owner and CEO Travel can be a powerful catalyst to educate and protect natural and cultural heritage for future generations – which is part of the reason why The United Nations has declared 2017 the Year of Sustainable Tourism. As part of a year-long series, we’re interviewing experts and […]

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