Take a memorable journey through Fiji, get the scoop of charming aparthotel in Dublin, taste the best of Puerto Rico's capital city...
and much more in our Winter 2022 Digital Edition!
Winter 2022

Top Chef Canada winner visits the Caribbean’s culinary capital

With an abundance of fresh seafood, seasonal ingredients and talented chefs, the Cayman Islands is a destination that is home to a fantastic restaurant scene. The Cayman Islands Department of Tourism is using a newly crowned culinary heavy hitter to promote the destination’s culinary scene. The department held a recent Toronto lunch where the food was prepared by Tre Sanderson,

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These are some of the best things to do at Fiji’s Nanuku Resort

After learning I’m the only one who turned up to the studio for morning yoga, instructor Sisilia Cece Nasiga asks if I’d rather do the session in the great outdoors. “Yes!” I exclaim without hesitation — I’m only here for a short time so why be indoors when I could be staring out at the natural beauty of Fiji.  A

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Six stunning rooftop cabins just opened on Australia’s Gold Coast

“The cabins are low-key coastal cool, designed for the modern traveler, exclusive group stays or an innovative event option.” QT Hotels & Resorts, a hotel operator serving Australia and New Zealand, has unveiled qtQT, an urban green oasis located on the roof of QT Gold Coast. An immersive concept curated for modern travellers, group getaways or innovative events, qtQT is comprised of

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Gift Guide: Our top 5 picks for luxury travellers

From stocking stuffers to last-minute splurges, cross off the travel enthusiast on your shopping list with a little help from our Holiday Gift Guide. Carry-On Closet Designed in collaboration with tattoo artists Veronica Mallo, Emily Conley, and Megan Massacre of NYC’s Grit & Glory salon, the new 2022 limited edition Solgaard ‘Touch of Rose’ Luggage Collection is now available in

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These are some of the best things to do at Fiji’s Nanuku Resort

After learning I’m the only one who turned up to the studio for morning yoga, instructor Sisilia Cece Nasiga asks if I’d rather do the session in the great outdoors. “Yes!” I exclaim without hesitation — I’m only here for a short time so why be indoors when I could be staring out at the natural beauty of Fiji.  A

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The best places to see North America’s spectacular fall foliage

Come mid-September, Canadians everywhere recognize the telltale signs of the autumn season. Cooler nights call for cosy knits, a dockside Caesar gets swapped for a glass of Cabernet Sauvignon, and in bustling cities and quiet towns alike, tree leaves begin to change colour, and eventually fall.  An abundance of external influences like warmer or cooler temperatures make “peak” autumn colour

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USA

Bourbon, breweries and beyond in Louisville, Kentucky

Bourbon aficionados will clearly find Kentucky a spirit-ed place. The state accounts for 95% of the production of the distinctively American spirit of bourbon, and is cheerfully promoting both the alcohol and bourbon-related tourism attractions to potential visitors. “There’s so much culture around the bourbon heritage,” says Jessica Morgan of Louisville Tourism while citing her city’s Urban Bourbon Trail. Bourbon

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Top Chef Canada winner visits the Caribbean’s culinary capital

With an abundance of fresh seafood, seasonal ingredients and talented chefs, the Cayman Islands is a destination that is home to a fantastic restaurant scene. The Cayman Islands Department of Tourism is using a newly crowned culinary heavy hitter to promote the destination’s culinary scene. The department held a recent Toronto lunch where the food was prepared by Tre Sanderson,

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Where to try the art of forest bathing healing in Peru

Forest bathing is a form of ecotherapy that emerged as a term in Japan in the 1980s. The physiological and psychological exercise has two purposes: to offer an eco-antidote to digital burnout and to inspire bathers to reconnect with and protect the country’s forests. According to Expedia Group’s Sustainable Travel Study, 90% of global travellers (including those from Canada) are

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See why this region in eastern Switzerland is perfect for active travellers

While most travellers know popular Swiss cities like Zurich, Bern, Geneva or Basel, few tourists venture into the smaller regions and cities that make this country so spectacular year-round. Just far enough off the beaten path to be distinctive, Graubunden is a region in east Switzerland that is known for its breathtaking alpine slopes and magical landscapes. Each region offers extraordinary

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Israel has finally dropped mandatory PCR testing for travellers

Israel’s Ministry of Health has confirmed that Israel is dropping its final COVID-19 curbs by removing on-arrival PCR tests. Under the new guidelines agreed by the Ministry of Health and the Airports Authority, passengers landing at Ben Gurion airport from May 20 will no longer be required to perform a PCR test. The news was announced via a statement on

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Four of the best ways to experience autumn in Japan

While the spring and its famous cherry blossoms might seem like the obvious time to visit Japan, the fall offers just as much colour, celebration, and natural beauty. Starting with the mid-autumn moon in September and reaching into early December, fall in Japan brings temperate weather perfect for exploring the outdoors, stunning natural displays of autumn leaves and fields of

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These are some of the best things to do at Fiji’s Nanuku Resort

After learning I’m the only one who turned up to the studio for morning yoga, instructor Sisilia Cece Nasiga asks if I’d rather do the session in the great outdoors. “Yes!” I exclaim without hesitation — I’m only here for a short time so why be indoors when I could be staring out at the natural beauty of Fiji.  A

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Travel in Style

American Airlines adds comfortable lay-down seats

With new deliveries of its Airbus A321XLR and Boeing 787-9 aircraft, beginning in 2024, the airline will unveil new Flagship Suite premium seating and a reimagined aircraft interior for its long-haul fleet. Flagship Suite seats will offer customers a private premium experience with a privacy door, a chaise lounge seating option and more personal storage space. Customers will enjoy tailored

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A non-stop flight from Vancouver to Miami is finally taking off this winter

The longest U.S.-bound route from Vancouver will soon be serviced by a new schedule of non-stop flights by Air Canada. AC will launch direct non-stop flights between Vancouver (YVR) and Miami (MIA), starting Dec. 17 this year. This is the longest flight route between Vancouver and any point in the United States, topping even Hawaii from YVR. It has been

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Celebrity Cruises unveils new ports and destinations

Celebrity Cruises has announced its most ambitious season of sailings ever, with nearly 500 sailings for the 2024-2025 season that send the line’s fleet of 16 relaxed luxury ships, including Celebrity AscentSM, the fourth ship in the highly acclaimed Edge SeriesⓇ, to more than 250 destinations in 70 countries. The new offerings include first-ever homeports for some of Celebrity’s Edge

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Ritz-Carlton’s upscale yacht collection sets sail

Envisioned to perfectly blend the lifestyle of The Ritz-Carlton resorts with the casual freedom of a yachting vacation, Evrima, the first of three custom-built yachts from The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection, set sail on October 15, 2022, with a voyage from Barcelona, Spain, to Nice, France, delivering highly tailored getaways for travelers seeking to wholly immerse themselves in the culture of each

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These are some of the best things to do at Fiji’s Nanuku Resort

After learning I’m the only one who turned up to the studio for morning yoga, instructor Sisilia Cece Nasiga asks if I’d rather do the session in the great outdoors. “Yes!” I exclaim without hesitation — I’m only here for a short time so why be indoors when I could be staring out at the natural beauty of Fiji.  A

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Nassau’s only boutique beach hotel is now taking reservations

Goldwyn Resort is now accepting reservations for arrivals beginning Feb. 1, 2023. Perched on a pristine stretch of Cable Beach, this resort is an intimate, modern retreat that stands in contrast to the large resorts of Nassau and departs from the traditional beachside aesthetic. A member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, Goldwyn Resort is designed with a nod to the seaside

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Hotel brand seeks foodie “CEO” for new job sampling food on all five continents

Sampling Mexico’s sizzling street tacos, inhaling the bold aroma of Turkish coffee, uncovering the tangiest chimichurri in Argentina – it’s a job any foodie would covet and now, it could be yours. Ramada® by Wyndham, one of the world’s most well-known hotel brands, is searching for its first-ever Chief Eats Officer (“CEO”), a newly created role that will take one lucky

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Bottoms up! Just in time for summer, a new take on a Cuban classic

Maria Teresa Bacallao Maceyras is inviting Varadero vacationers to quench their thirst in the same manner that Ernest Hemingway would during his many years in Cuba. Tour guide Bacallao Maceyras notes that Varadero has seen the opening of the Floridita bar, patterned after the famed watering hole in Havana. The community has had a Bodeguita del Medio — again modelled

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