Alisha Prakash

This lesser-known region of Mexico offers a mix of adventure, wellness, and culture for every type of traveler.
At Marram, travelers looking for a relaxing retreat will find soothing yoga and nature strolls in place of blaring music and booze-fueled nights.
Tucked away behind a painting in a Greenwich Village art gallery, Frevo is hidden from the hustle and bustle of New York City.
A COVID-era trip to the Caribbean island taught me the importance of taking it slow.
The stunning Le Sereno hotel sits on a protected marine reserve perfect for water sports like snorkeling, kitesurfing, kayaking, and more.
Spend the night in one of the last remaining Gilded Age mansions in the Berkshires.
“Come From Away” creators Irene Sankoff and David Hein debuted an uplifting new song that celebrates Canada’s beautiful destinations, people, cultures, food, and more.
The Baccarat Hotel in NYC is keeping guests in the festive spirit this year with special holiday offerings.
The best things to see, do, eat, and more in NYC, according to locals.
The actress, writer, and producer shares her tips for staying creative during quarantine, the thing she misses most now, exciting details on upcoming projects, and more.
“To understand is to experience — that’s where empathy comes from.”
T+L readers voted Anguilla the No. 1 island in the Caribbean in the 2020 World's Best Awards — and now you can plan your next visit.
Setting sail on a 265-day voyage around the world before the coronavirus pandemic took hold, Canadian native Bert ter Hart has been called the “Safest Man on the Planet.”
“The more we all travel authentically and the more we all open our minds, the more — I hope — our shared human experiences won’t rest in the differences on the surface, but with the similarities underneath.”
These resorts go above and beyond with kid- and adult-approved amenities and atmospheres.
“Travel has changed my life. And just when I think it can’t get any better, it does.”
After traveling to every country in the world, the fearless Jessica Nabongo opens up about her biggest takeaways, favorite underrated destinations, and what it's like to be a solo Black female traveler.
“At the end of the day, if you’re married, the day was a success.”