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​Forget everything you think you know about the Florida hot spots. What we’re about to share has no pulsating nightclubs, no mouse ears, and most importantly, no tourists.
It's safe to say that getting off the beaten track is something adventure seekers aim to do on every trip. Guyana, a country coated in dense rainforest in northeast South America, is one of the lea...
Although it's name rings with the promise of sharks, Shark Bay is actually better known for it's manatee and bottlenose dolphin populations. Located on Australia's most western coast, Shark Bay's w...
Chances are you haven’t heard of Lummi Island, a mostly residential island off the coast of Bellingham, Washington. On the northern half, humble homes face driftwood-strewn beaches along broad stre...
For many, Paraguay is a forgotten place to visit in South America. As a country you don't hear much about, no one really seems to have any expectations of this landlocked country. But that doesn't ...
In 2005, the actor purchased the 104-acre isle known as Blackadore Caye in Belize, because if you were one of the most touted celebrities of the century, why wouldn’t you want to own a private isla...
When you picture stunning costal shores edged by vibrant green forest in Costa Rica, you’re probably thinking of one place in particular: the Manuel Antonio National Park.
If you're heading to South America, visiting pristine natural wonders are likely on your to-do list. This vast continent boasts a variety of climates and all the activities to go with it - making S...
Renowned for their ecological diversity, Galapagos is a bucket-list destination for anyone in love with the exotic side of travelling. From gorgeous beaches to ancient tortoises, the Galapagos is a...
Cherry blossoms are one of the top draws for travelers headed to Washington, D.C. in the spring. Every year the blossoms show up at a different time, but you can count on them being around at the e...