An unlikely and unforgettable trip to Isla Grande, Isla del Rosario off the coast of Cartagena, Colombia.Read More
Aruba's motto is One Happy Island and it's easy to see why. The white sand beaches leading you into tranquil blue waters are breathtaking. The locals are friendly and welcoming and the island gets nearly 365 days of sunshine a year! We have 20 photos that will have you dying to book a trip to Aruba.Read More
Aruba's motto is One Happy Island and it's easy to see why. The white sand beaches leading you into tranquil blue waters are breathtaking. The locals are friendly and welcoming and the island gets nearly 365 days of sunshine a year! There are so many reason to love Aruba so we're sharing why we think Aruba should be your next vacation destination.Read More
There is a beach in the Caribbean where you can lounge with flamingos. Flamingo beach is on Renaissance Island, a private beach belonging to the Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino. Renaissance Island is 40 pristine acres and home to the only private beach in Aruba. The island alone would be the perfect spot to spend a relaxing day in Aruba but add Flamingos roaming the beach and you have pure magic.Read More
With so much mystery and intrigue surrounding Cuba, we jumped at the opportunity to visit the Caribbean Island. Once a playground for the rich and famous is now a nation frozen in time.
Visiting Cuba was a dream come true, from the nightlife in Havana to the tobacco farms in the Viñales Valley. The Cuban people are among some of the nicest locals we've met on our travels.Read More
Cuba has long been know for it's vibrant night life. In the pre-revolution days, Havana was a tropical playground for the wealthy jet-set crowd. Socialites and celebrities flocked to Havana for it's warm weather, cool cocktails, live music and dancing.Then the revolution happened, the embargo happened and Havana nightlife for Americans became a distant memory. We're here to tell you, that night life in Havana is very much alive!Read More
Oh, Cuba. The thrill of visiting your once forbidden land was our first attraction. You're beauty, light-hearted spirit, friendly people, architecture, food, cigars and amazing rum are the foundation for our lasting love affair.Read More
As I'm writing this on August 31, 2016, the first American airline touched down in Cuba after more than 50 years.
For decades, Americans were only allowed to visit Cuba under strict requirements, including family visits, official business for the U.S. government, journalistic activities, professional research, etc. If you wanted to go to Cuba just to travel and explore for personal reasonings, it was impossible.Read More
The embargo on Cuba, and travel restrictions have been lessened. For the first time in over 50 years, Americans can visit Cuba. Find out more about this incredibly cultured, historic and vibrant cities from two people who know it best, Brooke Bernold and Javier Barro, founders of Try Cuba!Read More