From hikers to divers, adventurers of all kinds love to come across a stunning waterfall. However, have you ever seen an underwater waterfall?
Uncover a hidden gem of natural beauty and serene ambiance at Finca Victoria (or La Finca) on the idyllic island of Vieques, a true haven just seven miles off the east coast of Puerto Rico.
Do you love the finer things in life but also have a taste for adventure? If so, Parc Omega in Quebec, Canada, has got you covered.
From the beaches of San Juan to El Yunque National Forest, Puerto Rico offers plenty of beautiful sites for tourists to enjoy. If you’re looking for another fun attraction to take in during your stay, plan a trip to Isla de Vieques.
When the weather outside is frightful, nothing sounds more enjoyable than a beach vacation. If you’re planning a warm, sunny getaway for the new year, consider visiting Palmaïa, The House of AïA, in Riviera Maya, Mexico. The House of AïA touts itself as a “natural” and “forward-thinking” wellness and spa resort.
Ireland is home to roughly 30,000 castles, many of which are open to visitors and serve as hotels. Glin Castle, one of Ireland’s most beloved castles, recently joined the ranks of these other structures and opened as a boutique hotel.
Travelers who love history and adventure can’t go wrong with a visit to the Monastery of Hozoviotissa. Located on the Greek island of Amorgos — part of the Cyclades Islands — Panagia Hozoviotissa is the second-oldest monastery in Greece. It was constructed at the beginning of the 9th century by Alexius I Comnenus and is known worldwide for its striking white walls, which contrast beautifully with the deep blue sea below.
Even the most dedicated city dwellers can use a break from the hustle and bustle. The Barn in Tivoli offers one of the best options for those who want to relax in a rustic — yet still comfortable and inviting — environment.
Hartford, Connecticut, is a small city, but it’s home to a massive American landmark: The Mark Twain House and Museum. This house was built in 1873 and designed by Edward Tuckerman Potter, a famous New York architect. Mark Twain (whose real name is Samuel Langhorne Clemens) and his wife, Olivia Langdon Clemens, lived in the house from 1874 to 1891.
When most people think of the Nevada desert, they think of an arid expanse without a drop of water in sight. What they don’t realize, though, is that the desert is home to multiple six-foot-tall geysers that spit boiling water five-plus feet in the air. Known as the Fly Geyser, this manufactured collection of geysers is a must-see for anyone visiting the desert.