13 Queer-Owned Brands Making Travel Gear We Love
From durable duffel bags to genderless plane-friendly apparel, you’ll want to bring their gear on all your travels.
Sofitel Barú Calablanca Beach Resort
Colombia’s first luxury beachfront resort is a striking, modernist foil to the colonial-era charms that saturate Cartagena less than one hour away.
How to Plan a Great British Getaway, According to Three Travel Photographers
Create the perfect city itinerary with inspiration a trio of professional travelers.
Discover South Africa with These 5 Highlight Experiences
Planning a trip to South Africa is easier than you might think. Curate your itinerary with these 5 definitive highlights.
The Best Airbnbs in Greece, Whether You’re Visiting Athens, Santorini, or Hydra
From seaside villas to ski lodges, options abound.
Five Places to Wring Out Every Drop of Water-Based Adventure
Action-packed pursuits from the wilderness of Alaska to the Caribbean and the perfect Costa Sunglasses for each.
A New York Minute: How a Staycation Can Make You a Better Traveler
The New American Express Platinum Card® makes every day an adventure.
Five Reasons Why Colombia has Become A Model for Sustainable Tourism.
As thought leaders continue to preach about sustainability being the future of travel, Colombia hasn't just been taking notes—it’s been writing the handbook. With the second-greatest biodiversity in the world and an incredibly diverse heritage that has influenced global culture, Colombians have a lot to be proud of—and a lot to protect.
In Colombia, Community-Based Tourism is Reviving Local Economies.
A visit to Colombia is like attending a never-ending celebration of human diversity. The South American nation ranks as one of the most multicultural in the Western Hemisphere, with about 85 ethnic groups comprising a one-of-a-kind heritage mosaic.
Why Colombia is Emerging as the Next Great Ecotourism Hotspot
With the second greatest biodiversity in the world, Colombia is well-aware of the rich natural treasures tucked inside its borders—and its responsibility to guard the entire bounty.