Caribbean

By Michelle Johnson | 11 Mar 2019

As Colombia becomes the must-visit destination of 2019, boutique hotel Cannúa shares why sustainability is key

For 50 years, Colombia has been largely off limits thanks to a civil war that only officially ended in 2016. But now the country – including the once-infamous capital Bogóta – is be... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 21 Feb 2019

Back in vogue: this year's most surprising luxury travel destinations

When it comes to this year’s top luxury travel destinations, don’t expect to see the usual suspects on any expert’s list. While exclusivity has been the most steadfast trend of recen... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 11 Feb 2019

Experience island paradise without the plastics as Barbados announces landmark ban

The Caribbean island of Barbados has banned the importation, retail, sale and use of single-use plastic in a landmark effort to protect the island's natural resources and marine life. The remarkab... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 11 Sep 2018

The world’s first female master blender Joy Spence on the premium rum that is a true taste of Jamaica

Rum is having a revolution. Often ignored by connoisseurs as the less sophisticated sibling of traditional fine spirits, the popular Caribbean export has much more going for i... Read More

By Rachel Ingram | 06 Sep 2018

Find peace in this adults-only escape in Barbados

Picture the scene. The sun is shining, you’re relaxing on the beach, cocktail in hand. There’s silence except for the occasional chirp of a tree frog or a wave lapping on the sandy shore a... Read More

By Rose Adams | 14 Jun 2018

Celebrity Cruises unveil opulent spa designed by Kelly Hoppen

Luxury travel specialists Celebrity Cruises has announced the opening of an opulent spa on board its hero ship Celebrity Edge. The new venture boasts a roster of innovativerelaxation treatments c... Read More

By Sarah Freeman | 25 May 2018

Snorkel and spice: an expedition to some of Indonesia’s most far-flung islands

My thalassic home for the next 12 days is a traditional wooden pinisi by the name of Ombak Putih (or white wave), that’s been plying Indonesia’s pristine waters for 20 years. Fitted out wi... Read More

By Tempus | 25 May 2018

Italian menswear designer Luca Faloni shares his tip for effortless summer styling

There are few things more elegant than great tailoring. Whether you're relaxing by the sea or dining for business, a perfectly fitted shirt can take you from beach to boardroom, and for Italian me... Read More

By Rose Adams | 21 May 2018

The winners of the World Superyacht Awards have been revealed

Sailing into Florence, Italy on 19 May was this year’s edition of The World Superyacht Awards – the only peer-reviewed yachting awards in the world – recognising some of th... Read More

By Rose Adams | 18 May 2018

107 beaches of Costa Rica are awarded the Blue Flag status for 2018

Bordered by the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean, with its pristine coastlines and crystal-clear oceans, it will come as no surprise that sustainability is of paramount importance to popular travel... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 15 May 2018

Recreate Harry and Meghan's Caribbean wedding experience at the Round Hill Jamaica

Prince Harry is set to tie the knot with former Suits star Meghan Markle on Saturday 19 May at the historic Windsor Castle, but could the newly-minted royal couple be jetting to Jamaica to r... Read More

By Rose Adams | 26 Mar 2018

How Palm Beach is boosting Florida’s luxury tourism market

If you’re planning a trip to Florida for your next escape – and with it's tropical climate and abundance of beautiful beaches why wouldn't you? – forget popula... Read More

By Rose Adams | 19 Mar 2018

Sail away to your own private island with Royal Caribbean's new luxury cruise

2018 is an incredible year for luxury cruises, with top designers and flexible itineraries causing the traditionally rather staid form of travel to experience a pique in popularity. Elsewhere, private... Read More

By Rose Adams | 08 Mar 2018

The World superyacht heads to Europe for a unique voyage

When we look at investing in a holiday home, there's a multitude of things to consider, from finding a prime location to perfect year-round weather. But what if your holiday home could tie in with... Read More

By Nigel Tisdall | 02 Mar 2018

After the storm: how the Caribbean islands are bouncing back

While hurricanes are nothing new to the Caribbean – the word most likely derives from hurakán, meaning "god of the storm" in the language of the area's indigenous Ta&ia... Read More

By Tempus | 02 Jan 2018

Five London restaurants that will make you want to go vegan

Top chef Anthony Bourdain famously once opined that vegetarians are "the enemy of everything good and decent in the human spirit," so it's no wonder that many fine-dining affic... Read More

By Scott Manson | 19 Sep 2017

Five of the coolest cruises you can take right now

Yes, you’ve read that right. Sea cruises have finally moved on from the traditional stereotype of being for the newlywed or the nearly dead and instead have become, if not achingly hip, then at ... Read More

By Tempus | 04 Sep 2017

Editor's Letter: cruise into September with the latest in sun, sea and superyachts

As the summer draws to a close, superyacht season reaches its zenith. September is a pinnacle month on the luxury events calendar and it’s one of our favourite times of year for one key reason &... Read More