February 21, 2018

Why It’s Important to be Culturally Educated when Travelling the World

It is a known fact that you just can’t jump on a plane and travel to your destination without some form of preparation. You’ll need to pack your clothes, know where you’re going and even download some maps of the area. Another thing that you may want to do is make sure that you are culturally educated. A lot of people think that they can pick up … [Read more...]

Holiday Hacks To Try

Before you just jump right into booking a holiday, read this article first. There’s money to be saved, and bargains to be found throughout the whole booking and holiday process. People are so quick to book the first holiday they see without shopping around for deals or reading advice. This is why we’re here to change your view point. You should … [Read more...]

Dogs On Vacation? The Pawfect Break Away For You Both

Do you ever feel really guilty when you leave your dog at the boarding kennels for a week? And doesn’t it somehow feel a hundred times worse when you pick him up, and he ignores you for a full day as punishment? Vacations are about relaxing and relinquishing all the stress that’s built up. It’s not supposed to be the cause of more stress and worry … [Read more...]

Conquer Your Fear of the Unknown With a Backpacking Holiday

Backpacking has, for a long time, been one of the more hidden forms of holiday and adventuring. Unlike traditional holidays, backpacking doesn’t have a set plan which makes it a more explorative experience. There’s a lot to discover when backpacking which is why many individuals have turned down the classic beach holiday in favour of something more … [Read more...]

Fodor’s Travel Tastemakers: New York Culinary Champs Daniel Humm & Will Guidara

Daniel Humm and Will Guidara are conquering New York's food scene in a whole new way—by celebrating and defining NY cuisine. They've traveled, cooked, and dined around the world, but found their inspiration closer to home. Fodor's Travel News … [Read more...]

Travel Trend: Eat Like Locals, With Locals

There's no better way to dive head first into a new culture than by dining like and among the locals. So this new-ish trend of locals inviting travelers in for home-cooked meals is right up our alley. Fodor's Travel News … [Read more...]

Fodor’s Travel Tastemaker: Master of the (Soho) House Shelley Armistead

Cape Town-born Shelley Armistead literally holds the keys to one of West Hollywood's most sought after spots—the Soho House. Bonus: her husband is the chef there. She's obsessed with food, healthy living, and traveling well. Our kinda girl. Fodor's Travel News … [Read more...]

Fodor’s Travel Tastemaker: Globe-Hopping Photographer Nigel Barker

Whether for work or play, Nigel Barker knows how to travel and look good doing it. The host of Oxygen's "The Face," now criss-crosses the globe with his gorgeous family in tow bound for all kinds of destinations from Tasmania to Alabama. Fodor's Travel News … [Read more...]

From the Forums: Weighing in on Solo Travel in India

We asked readers in the Fodor's Forums how they're feeling about returning to India in the wake of the fatal incident in New Dehli in December. Read on to learn what they had to say. Fodor's Travel News … [Read more...]

Fodor’s Travel Tastemaker: Most Interesting Man in the World, Francis Ford Coppola

When it comes to living well, there are few who can match Francis Ford Coppola. He owns two wildly successful California wineries and five resorts spread between Belize, Argentina, Italy, and Guatemala. Here, the man (the myth, the legend) talks wine, food, and Italy. Fodor's Travel News … [Read more...]