The Caribbean island of Cuba is filled with history, culture, sunshine, music and beaches. Travellers can ride in one of Havana’s classic cars or check out historical colonial buildings, go for a swim at Varadero, or choose from a hike or a horseride in Vinales.
If you love wide open spaces, working up a sweat on a hike, sleeping under the stars and road tripping through diverse landscapes, then you are going to love exploring America's west coast.
There’s a lot more to California than San Francisco and LA. Heading east of San Francisco, you’ll find beautiful national parks and pristine lakes, including North America’s largest alpine lake.
Raging rivers, rain, wind and snow have shaped the American state of Utah into the unique landscapes of today – and now they are a playground for adventurers.
Breathe in the fresh mountain air and gaze down into azure alpine lakes in Canada’s Banff National Park.
Banff is about a 90 minute drive from Calgary past towering mountains – many capped with snow even in the summer. The drive alone will have you reaching for your camera.
If you’re heading out to explore the Rocky Mountains this summer, here’s six scenic spots that should be on your to do list near Banff or inside the national park.
Your Instagram feed is probably filled with images of Lake Moraine – and for good reason.