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Madagascar: A Safari Tour

Andrew Solomon takes in shockingly beautiful coastlines and landscapes, all teeming with friendly lemurs, colorful chameleons, and other exotic discoveries.

Vacationist + Preferred Hotels: Deals Benefit Japan

Great news from Vacationist! Starting today, 21 new Preferred Hotels will launch 48-hour Check-In For Japan sales on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday through June 30th...

World's Most Endangered Sites

Find out which cultural and natural sites are most in need of our attention.

World's Most Scenic Cruises

From coral reefs to calving glaciers, set sail for gorgeous views on the world’s most scenic cruises.

How to Do St. Bart's Affordably

On a recent trip to St. Bart's, I spotted the owner of the Revlon empire, Ron Perelman, on his yacht in Gustavia Harbor, a Rockefeller...

World's Strangest Traffic Laws

Everyone knows not to speed. But these arcane traffic rules could catch you by surprise—and cost you—when you’re driving overseas.

Best Large-Ship Cruise Lines

Find the best cruise for you: Here’s the scoop on the top large-ship cruise lines, as selected by T+L readers.

Phnom Penh: Where to Go

Phnom Penh—long known as a mere stopover for travelers to ancient Angkor—is now brimming with stylish new hot spots.

Editor's Pick: Santa Fe's Global Folk Art Festival

There are many reasons to visit Santa Fe in the summer—the museums and art galleries, the chamber music festival, the Santa Fe Opera—not to mention,...

America's Best Hot Chocolate

Forget Swiss Miss; the best hot chocolate has become a gourmet affair.
HOTELS

Tsara Komba Lodge

Tiny Nosy Komba has no roads, and therefore no cars; guests arrive from Nosy Be, the nearest island, a 25-minute boat ride away. Originally a three-bungalow getaway built by two solitude-loving... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Ranomafana

The park is extremely mountainous, so you spend the whole time climbing up and down muddy trails, but it’s well worth it if you are a lemur enthusiast. The density of species is quite high, as... more ›


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