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Cirque du Soleil and Grupo Vidanta present the world premiere of JOYÀ

Cirque du Soleil and Grupo Vidanta present the world premiere of JOYÀ™ in Riviera Maya, directed by Martin Genest and Richard Dagenais. This first-of-its-kind intimate culinary and theatrical experience will be performed in the custom-designed, 600-seat Cirque du Soleil Theater ...

Miami Vacations: Pure Luxury and Hidden Gems

Vacations in Miami can be fun and a smart travel strategy, especially, if you go now before the high season sets after October. Restaurants are more accommodating (the Miami Spice program runs from August 1 to September 30, offering $23 ...

Tech Tips For Summer Travel Abroad

Whether you’re seeking the view from the London Eye, the thrill of zip-lining in Belize or the taste of an icy cold gelato in the streets of Rome — summer adventure is calling.

It’s Always Carnival Time in Trinidad and Tobago

This dual-island nation is noted for its festive Carnival, which includes parades, concerts, parties and elaborate costumes. But as anyone who has ever lived in “TT” will tell you, Trinidad is in a constant, euphoric year-round rehearsal for this event, ...

Gladiola Adventures Aims to Introduce Americans to Tanzania This Black History Month

Tanzania-based tour operator Gladiola Adventures is offering Americans two special Tanzanian itineraries this February 2014, in celebration of Black History Month.

ET African Journeys Presents Celebrate South Africa During Black History Month

African safari and tour provider ET African Journeys will offer two departures of Celebrate South Africa During Black History Month, an eight day tour of Cape Town and Johannesburg, in February 2014.

Artists take road trip through Africa's 'invisible borders'

Emeka Okereke is a hard man to pin down. When we spoke earlier this month, he had just arrived in Lagos from Abuja, a few days after returning to Nigeria from Chad and just before heading to Accra to put ...

Visiting the two Ss: Savannah and Sapelo Island

Many Atlanta area residents, whether they were born or attended school there, have so many roots in Savannah that there’s never a reason not to visit.