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Dozens of passengers and crew were evacuated from a Celebrity Cruises ship in the Galápagos after it ran aground this week. The Celebrity... Read More

When you go to the Galápagos, you expect to see wildlife. It’s everywhere: giant tortoises, blue-footed boobies, even Galápagos penguins — in fact,... Read More

One of the best things about cruising is being able to see several different places without having to book flights or trains from one place to the next.... Read More

As always, with Saturday barbecues, backyard parties, and beach weekends, summer is moving along quickly. The good news for travel fans is that... Read More

Our readers had heaps of praise for the best cities in Central and South America, but one word came up repeatedly: beauty. With their mix of old and new... Read More

As much as our readers appreciate beautiful beaches, they expect a more diverse experience when traveling to Mexico and Central and South America. The... Read More

If a single word could be used to sum up the best urban hotels of Central and South America, that word might be grandeur. These properties often... Read More

Whether you’re five months or 15 years away from handing in that final two weeks notice, you’ve probably dreamt of the beachside digs where you’ll live... Read More

JetBlue inspires fanatical devotion among some fliers. And, later this year, the airline’s biggest fans will be able to spend even longer aboard a... Read More

When you just can’t decide where to spend your summer vacation — whether it’s a family trip, couples getaway, group of friends, or solo — a cruise might... Read More

South America has something everyone can enjoy. The fourth largest continent in the world is home to a vibrant blend of cultures, fantastic food, fierce... Read More

Craving some adventure this summer? The notion of a solo trip might be a bit overwhelming at first, but once you get past the initial fear of traveling... Read More

Celebrity Cruises’ new ship, the Celebrity Flora, is almost ready to set sail to the Galapagos Islands, and it’s going to give guests a cruise... Read More

For more than 100 years, a species of giant tortoise on the Galapagos Islands was believed to be extinct. That is, until now.The Galapagos Islands, also... Read More

Camping under the stars sounds like a romantic getaway, but glamping under the stars brings it to a brand new level. Especially when you take your trip... Read More

Erin Correia is a member of Travel + Leisure’s A-List, a collection of the top travel advisors in the world, and can help plan your perfect getaway.... 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

Two stowaways died Monday after falling from the landing gear of a New York-bound plane in Ecuador, the Associated Press reported.The two people fell... Read More

The 2018 Winter Olympics will kick off this week in Pyeongchang, South Korea, marking the first time in 30 years that the country will be hosting... Read More

There's no better way to cover ground on your trip to the Galápagos Islands than to sail on a multi-day live aboard cruise ship.Galápagos... Read More

Ecuador’s amazing Galápagos Islands are a collection of rocky, volcanic lands that are protected as part of the Galápagos National Park. Best... Read More

According to officials at Galápagos National Park, there are 2,017 endemic species in the Galápagos Islands, including 79 fish, 42 reptiles, 45 bird, 15... Read More

Seeing green at the beach is usually reserved for swaying palm trees or seaweed that washes ashore. But there are exactly four beaches in the... Read More

The sun was settling into the Pacific, and they were dancing on the beach. Two blue-footed boobies. These are seabirds that can fold themselves into... 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

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