It's an island lost in time — and the ride to get here is just as magical as the destination itself.
A journey aboard a 237-foot, 110-year-old tall ship brings one adventurer to a beach with water as clear and as bright as the sky.
Fans of Roatán are about to get a new resort option for their favorite Caribbean island. Las Verandas Hotel & Villas is planning to lift its curtain on March 1. The resort includes a championship golf course, the Palapa Bar & Restaurant, two infinity edge pools, 1,000 feet of private beach and six villas with Caribbean views.
Just because January is over doesn't mean you can blow off those New Year's resolutions. At least one resort is happy to provide financial incentives for you to meal those pesky goals. The Westin Resort & Casino in Aruba is encouraging wellness year-round with a new "13 Resolutions for 2013" program. The year-long initiative offers guests 13 perks catered to the top 13 most commonly-broken resolutions. For example, looking to "unplug" more in 2013? Then you'll get a nice room credit if you turn in your cell phone to the front desk. Find out what other incentives await.
Lavish resorts. Infinity pools. If there’s such a thing as a complaint in the Maldives, it’s that my visits rarely allow much exploring or a chance to meet many locals. The resorts – and the scattered nature of the region’s 1,190 islands -- make staying put easy. Too easy. On my last trip, however, I discovered the Four Seasons Explorer, a luxury dive boat that carries 22 guests on 3-, 4-, and 7-night safaris through the archipelago.
The expert ISLANDS editors answer this very popular question with this interactive map that shows Hawaii and our favorite places.
Millions of people ask this question. Here's your answer, in this interactive map about Ireland that we marked with our favorite places in Ireland to visit.
This is one of the biggest questions that people ask. Find the answer about Japan and its location -- plus ISLANDS editors' travel recommendations -- on this Japan map.
This is one of the biggest island mysteries: How did the famous statues of Easter Island -- some of which are 30-feet tall and weigh 90 tons -- get moved around? A new video reveals how scientists were able to make an Easter Islands statue walk. Even when they aren't moving, the statues, called moai, are a sight that every island traveler wants to see. If you can't make it to Easter Island soon, you can see the video, plus the ISLANDS feature article and chart about these ...