Ready to climb mountain peaks, take a desert camel ride, ogle at volcanoes, and relax on black sand beaches, all on the same island vacation? Mabel Lee gives you the scoop on the seven Canary Islands, each a completely different and awe-inspiring work of Mother Nature.
Always wanted to visit the islands of the north Atlantic, but uncertain what to expect? Join Ariana Salvo on an exploration of five Atlantic island destinations that you will find yourself returning to again and again—that’s if you ever leave!
When we think of island getaways, we often think of exotic locales far from home, white sand beaches and tropical climes. But not all islands conform to this image, and many are much closer than you think.
The islands of the Mediterranean have captured human imagination since the beginning of time. The following six Mediterranean islands, often overlooked by outsiders, epitomize the distinctiveness of the region’s history, culture, cuisine and natural beauty.
Cook Islands may be a bit off the beaten tourist trail, but JoAnna Haugen notes that, for those travelers who make the time to visit, they'll not only be treated to an array of traditions but an open invitation to take part in them as well.
In an age when anyone can go anywhere on whatever budget, and ‘travel secrets’ and off-the-beaten-track destinations are a thing of the past, there are still water-surrounded corners of the world which you’ve probably never heard of or know very little about. Denise Pulis takes you for a spin around the world with 7 little-known islands.