The show might be over but you can live in the footsteps of your favourite characters. Take a Downton Abbey inspired tour of England with our list of key sites.
Thinking of traveling solo? You’re not alone. It's a 2016 travel trend and in particular amongst women. Many women report coming home feeling refreshed and energized after navigating a new destination. Here are our tips for having a fantastic time.
This falling loonie could be the very reminder we need that one of the best travel experiences is right outside your door. This edition of our travel deals and destinations series, is dedicated to our home and native land. We’ve rounded up some quintessential Canadian travel experiences for you to try because let’s face it until you’ve gone on a poutine tour, and navigated the northwest passage, can you really claim citizenship?
We're taking a look at what's hot and what's not in travel trends for Canadians in 2016. Though we think you should also blaze your own trail, these travel trends might just inspire your next big adventure.
I was on The Social recently encouraging viewers to visit wonderful destinations that have received a bad rap in the past. These are my picks for so-called "dangerous destinations" that aren't dangerous after all.
When you've travelled the world like I have, people always want to know the destinations you recommend. There are so many! But inspired by my 2015 travels, here's my list of where I think you ought to travel to in 2016.
My family remains open to the world of possibility that travel can provide. It continues to be an important part of what makes our family healthy and happy. I hope to inspire people to make similar, small or large commitments to making travel a more integral part of their family’s wellbeing. Will 2016 be your year to travel?
I went to Costa Rica and found leaves bigger than my head, food worth the pounds they pack on, ziplines that take you past "sleeping" volcanos and a destination that is well worth your family travel dollars.