When it comes to beach vacations, few destinations compare to Puerto Rico. The island is full of incredible beaches that will make your trip one to remember. Not sure which beaches to visit? Here are 11 of the best options to add to your itinerary, depending on where in Puerto Rico you’re staying.
Described as a “private jungle” and “Mayan Sanctuary,” the Ikal Tulum Hotel is surrounded by pristine turquoise waters, verdant nature scenes, and clear blue skies. The hotel offers a variety of fun and educational experiences, plus unparalleled accommodations for all who visit. Once you check in, you’ll never want to leave.
If you travel into the mountains of Toyama, Japan, you’ll stumble upon a hidden village. Instead of citizens, though, this village, known as Fureai Sekibutsu no Sato, is filled with statues of Japanese townspeople.
The Bishop Arts District is one of the most unique neighborhoods in all of Dallas, Texas. Located in the center of North Oak Cliff, it’s home to more than 60 boutiques, restaurants, bars, coffee shops, art galleries, and more.
Trips to outer space might not be an option for vacationers (yet). However, explorers can still break the mold and do something new by booking a stay at Area 55 (one of only 85 “Futuro Houses” in the world) located in Joshua Tree, California.
Getting ready to explore West Texas? Wondering which attractions and towns to visit during your trip? Listed below are six must-see spots to check out.
Few travel destinations compare to the stunning turquoise thermal pools found in Pamukkale, Turkey. “Pamukkale” translates to “cotton castle” in English. This tiny southwest Turkey town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to 17 exquisite water terraces.
Fiji… famous for turquoise waters, beautiful tropical fish, glittering sands, and… pizza? Visit Cloud 9, a unique bar and pizzeria with by far the best view in the South Pacific. Between snorkeling sessions, swim up to the bar or climb aboard the floating pizzeria and enjoy a slice or sip on your favorite cocktails.
While it has proven to be a launchpad for some of the world’s biggest musical careers, Memphis’s legacy doesn’t stop there. Founded in 1819, the city has been at the forefront of history’s most notable events and movements. Here are ten places to visit for a better look at Memphis and its roots.
Nestled along the central Oregon coast, on Nye Beach in the town of Newport, rests a 21-room inn for world-weary travelers and journeymen looking to relax and read. And could there be a greater milieu for curling up with a book than with the Pacific Ocean at your doorstep? While this tranquil setting may sound like an ideal escape from the noisy world—a silent respite, if you will—it is, in fact, almost always accentuated with lively conversation. This is the Sylvia Beach Hotel.