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Researchers have finally revealed details about the $17-billion sunken treasure they found off the coast of Cartagena, Colombia, three years ago.The San... Read More

Will Smith may be a bit older, but he’s still got fresher than Fresh Prince dance moves. And he’s proving that in a few new Instagram snaps from his... Read More

Those looking for an easy way to plan a trip that includes visiting local gems, this program may be the answer.Through the travel... Read More

Colorful streets, food with flavor you'll dream of for weeks, salsa music playing until the wee hours, and private islands on which to recover the... Read More

Situated in the Caribbean, between Colombia and Nicaragua, is the little-known island of San Andrés. And thanks to a rare flight deal, you can travel... Read More

The women on “The Real Housewives of New York” know a thing or two about taking amazing vacations. But their latest adventure in Colombia appears to... Read More

Flights to South America are almost never cheap, which makes $200 round-trip flights to Colombia especially exciting.Over the weekend, Scott’s Cheap... Read More

Exotic vacations don’t need to be expensive.Travelers who want to escape this winter can opt for a vacation a bit off the beaten path. Quicken found... Read More

Sure, crossing a remarkable restaurant off your bucket list is satisfying. But many people are looking for more than a good meal: they want to forage... Read More

The A-List is Travel + Leisure's annual selection of the world's best travel agents and destination specialists, as chosen by the editors. Rely on these... Read More

This story originally appeared on FoodandWine.com. Growing up in a Jewish household, I always heard the same questions: Where can you find good... Read More

The world’s tallest building may one day not even be attached to Earth’s surface.A New York City-based architecture firm has released plans for a... Read More

Selena Gomez has been spotted in exotic locales across the globe lately, traveling everywhere from South America to Europe in the last few months.The... Read More

A line in Rudyard Kipling’s “The Explorer” reads: “Something hidden. Go and find it.” The poem was a favorite of Percy Fawcett, the swashbuckling... Read More

Some people get chocolate and roses for Valentine's Day, some get flown around the world by private jet. Love is love, right?Travelzoo... Read More

2016 is set to be a record year for U.S. travelers.According to National Travel and Tourism Office, the rate of Americans traveling abroad has increased... Read More

If you want to see the world all in one trip, a new 119-day-long cruise spanning six continents could be just the ticket.Departing from Genoa, Italy, on... Read More

Florida Get at least 37 percent off Hilton West Palm Beach, which has 400 sleek rooms, alfresco restaurants, and an impressive 20,000... Read More

South America is on sale today, thanks to a major Aeromexico airfare blowout. As reported early this morning by The Flight Deal, flights are available... Read More

JetBlue is making flight deals from September (like $59 fares to the Caribbean) look expensive. For its first flash sale of the month, which concludes... Read More

JetBlue wants you to “fall head over deals” in one of its punniest flash sales to date. The autumn travel deals are available until 11:59 p.m. on... Read More

Venice, the Statue of Liberty, the Galapagos Islands, and Stonehenge are all at risk of disappearing due to climate change, according to a frightening... Read More

Book a flight with JetBlue by midnight tonight, and you could fly for as little as $44. This domestic carrier’s Once Upon A-Springtime Sale will... Read More

I traveled to Colombia in June of 2013 to research how industrial flowers are grown. I wanted to document what was happening on these large-scale farms... Read More

An increasingly diverse crowd of chefs is rapidly expanding the Colombian capital's culinary repertoire. Most of the action is concentrated in one... Read More

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