In Legendary Landscapes: Antarctica and Botswana, guests explore the highlights of Cape Town, Botswana and Antarctica. The 15-day trip begins with two nights at the luxurious Cape Grace Hotel before departing on a private jet to White Desert’s new Wolf’s Fang Camp. During the four-night stay, guests fly to Atka Bay to experience the birth of emperor penguin chicks. Other activities include ice trekking and exploration of caves and ice tunnels led by expert guides. Guests return to Cape Town for another two-night stay before starting the Botswana leg of the trip in the Okavango Delta. Guests will spend three nights at Wilderness Safaris’ Vumbura Plains Camp and three nights at DumaTau. Here, guests can take part in guided game drives, canoe trips, nature walks and wildlife encounters. The tour is available for up to 12 guests and takes place Nov. 22–Dec. 6.
The second itinerary, Wild Desert Adventure: Antarctica and Namibia, runs Dec. 27–Jan. 14. On the 19-day trip, guests spend six nights at Wolf’s Fang Camp followed by an overnight excursion to the South Pole. Guests of this trip can take advantage of the same Atka Bay activities as the first trip. Up next is a two-night stay at One&Only Cape Town before flying to Namibia. This leg of the tour brings guests to the Namib Desert with a stay at Wilderness Safaris’ rebuilt Little Kulala. Next, guests fly to the north west of the country for a photography experience at Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp. The trip concludes with a stay at Serra Cafema.
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West Palm Beach, Florida, recently welcomed AKA West Palm, a hotel residence offering long-stay accommodations. As AKA’s second South Florida property, AKA West Palm features 215 hotel residences comprised of studios, one- and two-bedroom spaces, and Penthouse suites. The five-story hotel blends modern luxuries with comfort and simplicity, with sleek kitchens, washers and dryers, and private terraces. Room furnishings contrast with a backdrop of stone, metal and wood to create simple, clean lines with minimal contrast.
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As New York City’s leading Latino cultural institution, El Museo del Barrio welcomes visitors of all backgrounds to discover the artistic landscape of Latino, Caribbean and Latin American cultures. El Museo’s wide-ranging collections and exhibitions represent these cultures’ richness, complemented by film, literary, visual and performing arts series, cultural celebrations and educational programs. Ranging from pre-Columbian to modern and contemporary art, the permanent collection totals more than 8,000 objects.
Fairmont Washington, D.C., Georgetown recently reopened its Fairmont Gold, introducing amenities, a contemporary new style in the Fairmont Gold Lounge and dedicated concierges. The 48-room, three-suite Fairmont Gold, positioned as an urban oasis, takes over the entire ninth floor of the hotel and delivers exceptional service to meet guests’ needs.
Much of the global business travel industry has already made sustainable business travel a priority with a focus on reducing emissions and their environmental footprint. But the industry, as well as external stakeholders, such as policymakers, recognize more needs to be done.
Global Traveler Announces the Winners of the 2022 Outstanding Diversity & Inclusion in Travel Awards
Global Traveler first launched awards to honor the airline, cruise line and hotel brand best representing and supporting diversity and inclusion within the travel industry last year. Now, continuing the awards for the second year, Global Traveler looked at many airlines, cruise lines and hotel brands to see which companies enacted the most changes toward promoting diversity and inclusion.
Originally a thriving Colonial seaport, Newport became the summer playground for the Gilded Age’s elite in the late 1880s. Today their mansions dot the coast of Aquidneck Island, and their favorite pastimes — sailing and tennis — still dominate the city’s recreational offerings. In fact, Newport hosted the first U.S. Open tennis championship in 1881 and golf tourna- ment in 1895 and hosted the America’s Cup from 1930 to 1983. You can experience most of Newport on your own, including the mansions, but don’t rule out a guided tour or two when you visit.
ISN’T IT TIME? It's time to treat yourself to the vacation you deserve, and Celebrity Cruises® offers the perfect escapes. With an award-winning fleet of ships that sail to more than 300 destinations around the world, Celebrity will take you almost anywhere you want to go in style. Enjoy stunning staterooms and suites, culinary experiences imagined by Michelin-starred chefs and intuitive service. Celebrity makes sure your vacation is effortless from the start, which is why drinks, WiFi and tips are Always IncludedSM on every sailing.
Ready for a little holiday shopping along the Rhine? Spend three nights and four days on MS Madeline — part of the CroisiEurope fleet of guest hotel barges — as she sails along the Alsatian Canals on a tour of Christmas markets. The round-trip route is the latest addition to CroisiEurope’s holiday barge excursions, beginning and ending in Colmar, with port calls in the idyllic French towns of Kunheim, Kaysersberg and Riquewihr.