On March 19, for the first time ever, Seychelles will honor its European roots and take part in “Goût de France/Good France,” a French culinary event celebrated around the world. Using fresh, seasonal, local products, each chef in Seychelles, along with over 1,300 more from around the world will offer a “French-style” signature menu, Read More

The coconut wireless has been abuzz around the Hawaiian Islands with travelers stumbling upon lower than usual airfare deals to Hawaii this spring.  Deals. To Hawaii! There’s been a major increase in the number of domestic flights to Hawaii this year, making flying to all of the Hawaiian Islands more convenient and more affordable than it’s been, Read More

CELEBRATION, FL – In 2016, Disney Cruise Line guests can celebrate the legendary adventures and iconic characters from the Star Wars saga during a brand-new, day-long celebration aboard eight special sailings on the Disney Fantasy: Star Wars Day at Sea. Marking the first official appearance of the heroes and villains of Star Wars aboard, Read More

A development agency is aiming to establish a “Blue Route” in the eastern Black Sea of Turkey with the aim of introducing new tourism alternatives to the region, which has recently witnessed a boost in the number of local and foreign tourists. The Eastern Black Sea Development Agency (DOKA) is considering turning the region, Read More

BELLEVUE, WA – Expedia today released the results of its analysis of 2015 trends, revealing where, and how, Americans plan to travel in 2015. Expedia analyzed travel patterns departing from nine of the nation’s largest air markets, including Atlanta, Chicago, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Orlando, San Francisco and Seattle, to determine, Read More

  In the past 10 years Xcaret has looked after 168 specimens of 45 different species, at the request of the Federal Environmental Protection Agency. “It is a great ally in the care of wildlife,” says Ludivina Menchaca, Federal Representative in Quintana Roo. On environmental matters, the Mexican authorities recognized the work done by, Read More

Travellers are being reminded that drink driving laws across the world are by no means the same.  From the Cayman Islands where drivers can get behind the wheel with a blood-alcohol content (BAC) of up to 0.1 percent to places like Fiji, Bangladesh and Hungary where it is strictly zero, it pays to know, Read More

Here’s a story about a company that is giving new meaning to the words “flying carpet!” We’ve all heard of armchair travel: the perfect way to momentarily escape from one’s stressful, over-scheduled life. People used to relax, grab a copy of the New York Times Travel section, and let their minds wander to their, Read More

The 450th anniversary of the Marvelous City will be the theme of the biggest New Year’s Eve event in open air in the world: the New Year’s Eve in Copacabana. The event will start the celebrations, which begins at the turn of 2015, and continues until February 2016. The event aims to share with, Read More


by Bea Broda Hong Kong is an infinite paradise of dining choices, regardless of the preferences of your palate, offering superb cuisine from around the world and an infinite choice of restaurants. It is best described as a type of eclectic cuisine with extensive influences from Cantonese cuisine and parts of non-Cantonese-speaking China.Traditional Chinese, Read More