By Cedric Lizotte | November 25, 2014

Oaxaca is a small colonial city about 400 kilometers south from Mexico City. It&

By Courtney McCaffrey | November 22, 2014

Fort Lauderdale’s luxurious beach resorts and five-star dining options mig

By Courtney McCaffrey | November 21, 2014

 

By Kelly Dunning | November 18, 2014

One of the great pleasures of travelling is getting completely lost in a foreign

By Courtney McCaffrey | November 12, 2014

Most people imagine a brightly-colored blue cocktail when they hear the name Cur

By Kelly Dunning | November 10, 2014

Walk along the Great Wall of China. Have a picnic beneath the Eiffel Tower. Beco

By Kelly Dunning | November 5, 2014

When Lee and I told our friends that we planned to spend the winter travelling N

By Kelly Dunning | November 1, 2014

When you think about travelling to England, London is probably the first destina

By Courtney McCaffrey | October 30, 2014

From Michelin stars to market-fresh seafood and street-side tacos, the world is

By Courtney McCaffrey | October 28, 2014

There’s something enjoyable about scaring yourself half to death (once a y

By Courtney McCaffrey | October 23, 2014

If your neighbor’s backyard haunted house just doesn’t seem to scare

By Courtney McCaffrey | October 21, 2014

Blooming flowers, tranquil fountains, and carefully trimmed hedges may provoke t

By Kelly Dunning | October 17, 2014

It’s no secret that the main tourist attraction of Cusco, Peru is visiting the

By Courtney McCaffrey | October 10, 2014

There’s nothing quite like stepping aboard a plane headed to a warm-weathe

By Kraig Becker | October 9, 2014

There is nothing quite like watching wild animals in their natural habitat. Whet

By Kraig Becker | October 7, 2014

Let’s face it, it has been a rough year for air travel. Early on, poor win

By Courtney McCaffrey | October 6, 2014

It’s tough to believe the world’s largest annual festival started as

By Courtney McCaffrey | October 1, 2014

When carved pumpkins are dotting doorsteps and jumbo bags of candy start dominat

By Randy Kalp | September 30, 2014

Summer may be coming to an end in North America, but in the Greece it’s be

By Courtney McCaffrey | September 28, 2014

The Outer Banks (known to all who have been there simply as “the OBX”

By Courtney McCaffrey | September 24, 2014

The end of summer may seem like a drag, but there’s no denying that fall o

By Courtney McCaffrey | September 23, 2014

Many vacationers think all-inclusive resorts are only for high-rolling honeymoon

By Cedric Lizotte | September 21, 2014

Public transportation isn’t always easy. And travellers sometimes get stuc

By Courtney McCaffrey | September 19, 2014

Bright city lights, vehicle headlights and even porch lights have been stifling

By Courtney McCaffrey | September 15, 2014

The Great Barrier Reef is over 7,000 years old, and in just 40 years, it could b

By Kraig Becker | September 11, 2014

For many art lovers, a great art festival can be a truly enriching, eye-opening

By Courtney McCaffrey | September 10, 2014

Canadians love beer. And the sudsy beverage contributes roughly $14 million to t

By Kelly Dunning | September 7, 2014

Victoria, British Columbia has a scenic downtown filled with charming 19th centu

By Courtney McCaffrey | September 3, 2014

Just setting foot on the island of Bali may change your life forever. The toweri

By Kelly Dunning | September 2, 2014

New Zealand’s lush climate is perfect for wine growing and the tradition of vi

By Courtney McCaffrey | August 21, 2014

From haggling at the Grand Bazaar to touring underground architecture and travel

By Kelly Dunning | August 20, 2014

Stroll through the streets of Paris and you will see outdoor café patios, musty

By Vanessa Chiasson | August 17, 2014

“I’ve always heard that Prince Edward Island was the prettiest place in

By Jenna Davis | August 15, 2014

While this may be a tough concept for some to understand, it really is quite sim

By Kelly Dunning | August 14, 2014

With 7 billion or so people, we human beings are filling up this world pretty fa

By Courtney McCaffrey | August 13, 2014

Getting lost isn’t always our favorite part of travel, but at these eight

By Jenna Davis | August 10, 2014

In today’s jet-setter agenda, South East Asia and Europe are two popular d

By Kraig Becker | August 9, 2014

Almost since the invention of the camera, travelers have been finding ways to sh

By Cedric Lizotte | August 4, 2014

The province of Quebec, Canada, is the largest of the country. It’s roughl

By Jenna Davis | August 2, 2014

So you want to travel South East Asia, but you’re having a hard time findi

By Randy Kalp | July 31, 2014

From dreamsicle glows to all encompassing pink delights, Canadian sunsets have g

By Cedric Lizotte | July 30, 2014

Montreal, Quebec, Canada, is a foodie mecca. It’s one of the most celebrat

By Kelly Dunning | July 29, 2014

Crossing the border from Chile to Argentina is a game of precise timing, especia

By Courtney McCaffrey | July 27, 2014

Whether you’re seeking the sites of ancient cities and historic ruins or c

By Cedric Lizotte | July 21, 2014

All-inclusive resorts on the beach are the most relaxing, laid back, enjoyable v

By Kelly Dunning | July 18, 2014

The summer months in Canada (June, July and August) are the rainy season in Thai

By Kelly Dunning | July 12, 2014

For 10 days in July, the city of Calgary is taken over by music, cowboys, greasy

By Courtney McCaffrey | July 9, 2014

Puerto Vallarta is one of those ideal vacation destinations. The sun shines roug

By Courtney McCaffrey | July 7, 2014

If you’ve been to the Statue of Liberty, eaten a giant slice of thin-crust

By Courtney McCaffrey | July 4, 2014

Between the family barbeques, parades, fireworks, warm summer weather and cold s

By Courtney McCaffrey | July 1, 2014

Canadians have been celebrating the unique history, culture and birth of Canada

By Courtney McCaffrey | June 30, 2014

Sweet, spicy and everywhere in between — Spanish cuisine packs a punch whe

By Kraig Becker | June 29, 2014

Travel and music have always gone hand and hand. Whether you enjoy listening to

By Kraig Becker | June 28, 2014

The literary and cinematic adventures of Harry Potter may be over, but that does

By Randy Kalp | June 27, 2014

Canada’s Rocky Mountains are home to some of the most spectacular views in the

By Courtney McCaffrey | June 26, 2014

You can only do the Chicken Dance so many times in one summer. And it’s no

By Courtney McCaffrey | June 18, 2014

From bustling city life to outdoor adventures without another soul in sight, Can

By Courtney McCaffrey | June 16, 2014

Roughly 3.7 million tourists will be traveling throughout Brazil during the 2014

By Courtney McCaffrey | June 15, 2014

When most North Americans are rejoicing because the last patches of snow on the

By Kraig Becker | June 13, 2014

Canada’s Japser National Park is well known for its beautiful landscapes a