Curacao is the latest Caribbean island to welcome remote workers
Island governments and resorts from Bermuda to Aruba are offering extended-stay options for digital nomads who want to live and work in the Caribbean.
1 day ago - Travel Weekly
Bermuda's tourism outlook: Deep losses, silver linings
The recovery "is slow and gradual," said Glenn Jones, the Bermuda Tourism Authority's interim CEO.
11 days ago - Travel Weekly
World Triathlon Events
Status Open for bids until February 28, 2021. History World Triathlon Championship Finals 2022, Abu Dhabi 2021, Edmonton, Canada 2019, Lausanne, Switzerland 2018, Gold Coast...
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Bermuda taps Douglas Trueblood as marketing head
1 month ago - Travel Weekly
21 countries to visit in 2021
Following 2020, the year of staying at home, most of us are now yearning to travel again. As we bide our time through the darker winter months while vaccines are being rolled...
1 month ago - A Luxury Travel
Where Can Americans Travel Internationally Right Now?
Americans are now permitted to visit over 50 countries. If you are ready to plan a vacation check these current coronavirus guidelines for where and how to travel.
1 month ago - Go World Travel
SailGP Expands to Eight Events for 2021 Season
SailGP has announced a race schedule with eight events across three continents for its second season, featuring eight national teams. The season's final event will be staged in...
1 month ago - SportsTravel
Bermuda partners with Costco on Covid testing
The testing kits will soon be available to Bermuda-bound travelers.
2 monthes ago - Travel Weekly
Royal will launch a new Florida-Bermuda itinerary in 2022
Also in the cruise line's 2022 lineup, the Symphony of the Seas will offer evening stays in Puerto Rico and the Oasis of the Seas will return to the New York area.
3 monthes ago - Travel Weekly
News: British Airways moves Bermuda flights to Heathrow
British Airways has announced that from March 28th, it will operate daily flights from London Heathrow Terminal 5 to Bermuda.
5 monthes ago - Breaking Travel News
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Gourmet to go! 17 brilliant, unexpected ways with a microwave - from risotto...
Microwaves are not just for poaching eggs. You can make a vast array of gourmet meals in minutes - from steamed fish to vegetarian chilli and sponge puddings They were once...
News: Mixed response to Budget from UK travel sector
The UK tourism industry had broadly welcomed the Budget delivered by chancellor Rishi Sunak - but there were also calls for more tailored support for high street travel agents.
Jamaica stiffens Covid test entry requirement
Jamaica has tightened the window in which visitors must take a Covid-19 test prior to arrival.
Smokies sees more than 12M visitors despite virus closure
Despite closing for more than a month because of COVID-19, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park experienced its second busiest year on record last year
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The Conker is part of the Red Kite Estate in Llanafan-fawr. On the inside there's a big duvet-clad double bed that transforms into a coffee-table area. And on the outside...
Majorcan estate where Richard Branson will build 'the most luxurious hotel...
It will occupy a plot on the tycoon's Son Bunyola Estate, which is part of the Virgin Limited Edition portfolio of posh properties. He has recently been granted planning...
Collins to back Haaland for Interior, sealing her approval
Maine Sen. Susan Collins says she will support New Mexico Rep. Deb Haaland to be Interior secretary
House Hunting in Italy: A Tower North of Milan, South of $1 Million
In the Lake Maggiore area, near Italy's border with Switzerland, ‘understated buyers' are being lured away from ritzier destinations.
How Has a Pandemic Year Changed Your Idea of ‘Home?'
Office, gym, classroom: our living spaces have had to do it all. As we approach one year of hunkering down, we want to hear how your notion of “home” has evolved.
Hornblower Group finalizes ShoreTrips purchase
What role the founders of the troubled cruise excursion provider, Barry and Julie Karp, will play going forward remains unclear.