Several life-changing adventures marked 2019 as an unforgettable year in travel. Here are our Editors' Choice Awards for best travel experiences.
One of the best reasons to travel is for the memories. Here are seven experiences from the past year that will live with us for decades to come.
Massive cruise ships have gotten a bad rap for many reasons. To cut the carbon footprint, Hurtigruten has launched the world's first hybrid expedition ship.
These 8 bike tours are the trips that lifelong cyclists dream about taking, from luxury tour companies with sterling reputations.
Mauro Stoppa takes guests on tours of the Venetian Lagoon aboard his boat. He shows them a side of Venice that they normally would never see.
We went on two whale-watching tours: one in the Channel Islands, off the coast of Santa Barbara, and another, farther south, off Newport Beach.
The 14-cabin Zambezi Queen makes excursions up and down the Chobe River, between Botswana and Namibia. Two days allow for fishing, game viewing and more.
The best way to see the archaeological sites in Egypt -- without the crowds -- is to take a small luxury cruise down the Nile River.
A Norway cruise, a train ride in Peru, kayaking in Washington State: These were just a few of our best experiences traveling this year.
Watch Mr. Harper's video from his stay aboard the Hirondelle as he explores the backcountry of France along the country's extensive network of canals.
Watch video from Andrew Harper's Hawaii Islands cruise on a seven-night journey aboard Un-Cruise's 36-passenger Safari Explorer.
As always, Harper subscribers exhibit a keen interest in small luxury cruises around the world.
We had the opportunity to interview two longtime river guides with Belmond's river cruises in Myanmar. Read on for insights into the enchanting country.
We spoke with Eddie Teh, general manager of the river cruises Belmond Road to Mandalay and Belmond Orcaella, about the many charms of Myanmar.
This is the time of year when many subscribers call the Travel Office to book their annual cruises.
Silversea Cruises recently announced that the famed Royal Geographical Society will provide detailed scientific and historical information to guests traveling on its expedition ships.
Aqua Mekong Launching in 2014, the M/V Aqua Mekong will be a custom-designed luxury cruise ship including a spa, screening room and outdoor pool.
The Orion Lindblad Expeditions has acquired Australia-based Orion Expedition Cruises.
 Discerning visitors to the Galapagos Islands currently have a choice between upscale expedition ships such as the 48-passenger *M.V. Eclipse* and a yacht
Renowned for its expeditionary cruises, Orion Cruises presents luxury cruising in the most unlikely places.
It's almost always possible to find last-minute space somewhere, but why compromise?
All images copyright Silversea Silversea's 296-passenger Silver Cloud is currently sailing along the western coast of South America after an exte
Silver Shadow Silversea is attempting to simplify its fare structure.
The Jayavarman Although I did not have time on this trip to take a river cruise along the Mekong, friends assure me that it is a delightful and rewarding expe
The changes in Burma over the last five years have been nothing short of remarkable. In late 2007, its military junta was widel
Silversea Silver Cloud In 2007, I had the good fortune to cruise from Rome to Monte Carlo aboard the Silver Cloud, Silversea’s first and smallest v
Copyright Amanresorts Amanresorts has just added a luxurious new vessel to its small Indonesian fleet based on the island of Moyo, a nature reserve east of Bali
Midnight Sun, Alaska All the large cruise ships follow similar Alaskan itineraries, calling at popular ports such as Ketchikan and Skagway. As enjoyable as thes
Silver Cloud Silversea just announced rates on three Mediterranean cruises the likes of which we haven’t seen in quite some time.
The idea of traveling without a friend or partner may seem daunting at first. There’s often a fear that meeting people will be difficult and meals may be awkward.