Aqua Expeditions introduces Aqua Blu, a long-range explorer yacht that will take guests on seven- or 12-night trips through the Indonesian archipelago.
Several life-changing adventures marked 2019 as an unforgettable year in travel. Here are our Editors' Choice Awards for best travel experiences.
Silversea now offers Arctic voyages through both the Northwest and Northeast passages, where cruise-goers can see spectacular scenery and wildlife.
Our editor takes a personal vacation but still comes home to write about it. Here he accompanies his spouse to Vienna, one of his favorite cities in the world.
Victoria Falls is the region's star attraction, but it is a shame to neglect the wildlife. Four nights is enough time to see animals on both sides of the falls.
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.
A private yacht is the best way to explore the Galapagos. This refurbished one has a 1:1 staff-to-guest ratio and contributes to the conservation group WildAid.
Celebrity introduces another small ship in which to cruise the Galapagos. Like the Xpedition, the new Celebrity Flora will carry 100 passengers.
In 2019, Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic has scheduled fascinating new cruises to the Russian Arctic, where wildlife will be front and center.
Hamburg invites leisurely exploration by pleasure cruise. I tried three cruises during the course of our stay, and each proved memorable.
The best way to experience Peru's upper Amazon is by joining an Aqua Expeditions river cruise aboard the Aria Amazon. The boat got a face-lift in 2015.
2017 is shaping up to be a banner year for cruising. A fleet of newly built luxury liners are sailing into (metaphorically) unchartered waters.
Our editor shares luxury travel news in this monthly column. Here he highlights cruises with Jean-Michel Cousteau along with a new Park Hyatt in St. Kitts.
Never before has the selection of upscale cruise ships been so diverse and so enticing. Here's our definitive guide on getting the right one for you.
Hurtigruten, daily passenger and freight shipping service along Norway’s western coast, has recently gone upmarket. Andrew Harper experiences the new service.
Andrew Harper looks back at the year in travel and reminisces about his most memorable experiences.
From chef of the year to best hotel manager, Andrew Harper singles out individuals who made a distinct impact on his travel in 2016.
Andrew Harper updates his readers on the debut of Four Seasons London, the new Lindblad cruise ship and the reopening of explora Atacama in Chile.
Nowadays, there are cruise options to suit a range of traveling styles, from luxurious larger vessels to plush yachts that hold just a handful of guests.
The Hirondelle is one of the five barges on Belmond's current roster, which offers cruises in three contrasting regions.
One of my favorite ways to explore the backcountry of France is along the country’s extensive network of canals.
Our first evening on the barge, I asked for a digestif of marc de Bourgogne. I was shocked they had none on the barge because so few people ever requested it.
In this month's issue, Mr. Harper details his trip aboard the Hirondelle, cruising along Burgundy’s idyllic canals. Three St. Barths resorts are also reviewed.
For the second year in a row, Crystal, Silversea and Seabourn remain in the top three positions on the Best Cruise Lines list.
The popularity of river cruises seems to be increasing exponentially, with new boats on the rivers of France, Botswana and the Amazon.
Travel through the Hawaiian islands has long been a favorite assignment. We opted to experience the archipelago aboard Un-Cruise’s 36-passenger Safari Explorer.
Ever since the reopening of the American Embassy last August, the big story in travel has been Cuba. The excitement is understandable.
Andrew Harper points to notable luxury travel news — a new Ponant Cuba Cruise, Galapagos Safari Camp and the renovation of Sanctuary Chief's Camp in Botswana.
Andrew Harper reviews his travels from this month's issue, from the trout-filled streams of New Zealand to the islands of Hawaii.
When contemplating a cruise to the Antarctic, it is vital to think carefully about your personal priorities.