Keep the planet healthy and sustainable even after Earth Day. These eco-friendly products can aid in preserving beautiful destinations around the world.
Nothing is worse than sitting outside with a view that looks like a painting and realizing the ground underneath you is soaking wet and your pants are drenched. Tarpestry fixes that problem. These outdoor blankets are made from water-resistant material on both sides, keeping you dry. The blanket is easy to hose off, making muddy towels a thing of the past. Tarpestry has several beautiful designs hand-selected from artists around the United States that fit anyone’s personal style.
As summer travel approaches, everyone will rush to find the perfect getaway bag, so why not purchase one made from recycled materials? Solo New York’s Re:cycled Collection includes carry-on luggage, backpacks, totes, duffels and briefcases. All bags are completely created from recycled, ocean-bound plastic and biodegradable materials. As an added bonus, every bag purchased from the Re:cycled Collection, Solo New York will plant a tree.
Committing to carbon neutrality by November 2022, YES AND launched its new, trendy clothing collection to offset the impact of its shipments. Every purchase from the Mother Earth Collection will result in a Mangrove tree planted in Madagascar to better the long-term benefits the ecosystem provides. All pieces in this collection are made of certified organic cotton. Upgrade your travel wardrobe with eco-conscious flare.
There may not be snow in Los Angeles this season, but Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills is certainly full of the holiday spirit, with Christmas, Hanukkah and New Year’s events happening in the hotel’s gorgeous event spaces.
The Islands of Tahiti are among the most beautiful and sought-after vacation destinations in the world. The endless images of overwater bungalows with Bora Bora’s majestic peak towering over waters of every shade of blue have an intrinsic pull. But with 118 islands and atolls to explore, there is so much more to this spectacular region of the Pacific.
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Everyone loves a good Christmas tree, but these iconic hotels around the world take it one step further with designer-styled trees illuminating lobbies and public spaces, wowing all who enter. From Lela Rose to Louis Vuitton, don’t miss these ultra-luxury trees redefining tree decorating as we know it.
In addition to intimate settings, smaller staff-to-passenger ratios, and personalized food and beverage options, river cruises have the advantage of providing a deeper dive into a region’s culture, food and history. The Rhine, Rhône and Danube in Europe and the Mississippi River and St. Lawrence in North America have much to offer travelers with their itineraries, tying together beloved cities and lesser-known destinations along their routes.
One affordable plan can protect an entire year of trips: business or pleasure, short or long, domestic or international.
With the holidays right around the corner, travelers are preparing for holiday travels. For those looking for a last-minute getaway filled with holiday cheer, consider Croatia. With a variety of winter activities perfect for travelers and locals alike, the Christmas countdown in Croatia is in full swing. Leading up to Christmas, Advent in Croatia makes it even more worth your while to visit the country with free winter incentives. If you plan on visiting Croatia, here are five cities going all out for the holiday season: