The 5 best hotels in Oman

If you’re looking for a luxurious and relaxing vacation, Oman is the perfect destination. And what better way to enjoy the place than staying in one of its luxury hotels? Here are some of the best hotels in Oman that you should consider for your next vacation. The Chedi Muscat The Chedi Muscat is a … Read more

Meet Canada’s most iconic animals – the Big Five

In terms of wildlife, what springs to mind when hearing about “the Big Five”? Most likely large African animals. However, Africa is not the only place where big wild animals live. Think of bears, whales, caribou, moose and bison. These animals are very different but as awe-inspiring as their African counterparts and are found on … Read more

Suite of the week: Presidential Suite – Terrace Hot Tub, Radisson Collection Hotel, Magdalena Plaza Sevilla, Spain

Suite name: Presidential Suite – Terrace Hot TubLocation: NRadisson Collection Hotel, Magdalena Plaza Sevilla, SpainSize of accommodation: 75 sq mCost per night: 1,000 EUR (on average)What makes it special: This luxury suite features a stunning terrace, with a personal hot tub with magnificent views of Seville’s Magdalena Plaza. The Radisson Collection Hotel, Magdalena Plaza Sevilla’s … Read more

A beginner’s guide to England’s Lake District

The 885-square-mile Lake District is a hauntingly beautiful part of northwest England that was voted the nation’s favorite national park in 2018. The region seduced Wordsworth and other literary giants, and continues to attract sightseers, walkers and adventurers in search of its fascinating heritage and abundant outdoor activities. From Windermere to Scafell Pike, and the … Read more

Best parks in Asheville – Lonely Planet

Flanked by the Blue Ridge Parkway, Pisgah National Forest and Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Asheville is an enthusiastic cheerleader for some of the country’s most popular national parks. But the city doesn’t ignore green spaces within its own boundaries, it just adjusts the focus: celebrating art, architecture, music, culture and community as well as … Read more

A mother-daughter trip on the Inca Trail

On her 30th birthday, one writer decides to turn the tables on Mom – with a trekking trip in the Andes. Rain fell in gentle sheets as I carefully ascended a path of slick cobblestone steps toward Dead Woman’s Pass. At 13,779ft, it’s the highest point along Peru’s Inca Trail, and after two days of … Read more

Best road trips in Belgium

If there was ever a country built for the road-trip, it’s Belgium. The small nation is roughly the same size as the state of Maryland, and crossing it takes approximately three hours. Despite its small size, the trilingual country contains multitudes. There are UNESCO World Heritage sites, a stunning 65km (40-mile) coastline, medieval towns that … Read more

The best national parks in Guatemala

Guatemala is brimming with diverse wildlife, tropical rainforests and some of the oldest and most awe-inspiring ruins in the world. Whether you want to trek through the jungle trying to spot an elusive jaguar (good luck) or climb an active volcano to roast marshmallows over cooled lava, Guatemala has no shortage of outdoor activities for … Read more