The U.S. Virgin Islands are famous for beautiful white-sand beaches, turquoise waters and lush, verdant hills. We spent a majority of our time on the island of St. John, two-thirds of which is covered by Virgin Islands National Park -- almost 3,000 hectares of tropical rainforest, shoreline and pristine reefs.
With gorgeous beaches, the only tropical rainforest in the United States and a vivacious culinary and bar scene, Puerto Rico is often mistakenly overlooked, but this enchanted island deserves to be near the top of everyone's travel list.
Casa Los Cummins is a chic, modern boutique hotel located in the Condado neighborhood of San Juan, Puerto Rico. Two blocks from the beach and a short distance from historic Old San Juan, Casa Los Cummins serves as the perfect home base for taking in the beautiful sights and vibrant culture of Puerto Rico’s capital city.
Camelback safaris into the barren wasteland of the Thar Desert are a must-do activity and unforgettable means of accommodation when visiting Jaisalmer in eastern Rajasthan. A desert safari is unglamorous and raw, much like the rest of India, but it's an unbelievable opportunity to connect with local people and experience a completely different way of life.
Flora Farms in San Jose del Cabo isn't just a restaurant. It's an immersive farm to table dining experience that unfolds right before your eyes. We had the unique opportunity to speak with award-winning Chef Guillermo Tellez to understand where he finds inspiration for his unforgettable dishes.
Papaya Playa Project offers the perfect setting for getting off the grid and immersing in the natural, eco-tourism experience travelers often seek in Tulum, two hours south of the all-inclusive Cancun mega-resorts. The property spans nearly 15 acres of jungle and coastline with private cabanas, casitas and luxury beach houses dotted throughout, many boasting panoramic ocean views.
The Southern California “super bloom” made national headlines, took over Instagram feeds and inspired thousands of Californians to head east from Los Angeles and San Diego to witness in-person this once-in-a-decade phenomenon.
We spent a week exploring both Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks. During the trip we stayed at Under Canvas, a safari-inspired glamping camp on the border of Zion National Park.