Cabo San Lucas may have started out as a hiding place for English pirates, but the little fishing village nestled at the southern tip of Mexico’s Baja California peninsula has recently struck gold as a top-notch sun destination. (more…)
It is one of the greatest feats of engineering in human history. The Panama Canal cuts a divide between North and South America, creating a short cut for ships sailing between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
Before it was completed in 1914, a ship sailing from New York to San Francisco would have had to sail nearly 14,000 miles around Cape Horn at the bottom tip of South America. (more…)
Copenhagen is a fairy-tale city, rich in culture, charm and tradition.
From Hans Christian Anderson’s Little Mermaid, whose statue has sat on a boulder in Copenhagen’s harbor since 1913, to the glittering lights of the Tivoli Gardens, a visit to Denmark’s capital is like stepping into the pages of a lovely story. (more…)
The Mayan Riviera is one of the most popular cruise destinations in the world. Soft sand beaches, crystal blue waters and a rich cultural history have been attracting tourists for generations.
So in 2001, with the cruise industry seeking to expand its available ports of call in the region, a large port was built in Costa Maya, Mexico, south of Cancun near the Belize border. (more…)