Visit Cleopatra's Pool at Pamukkale

Located inside the Pamukkale hot springs (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) in Pamukkale, Türkiye, Cleopatra’s Pool a geothermal hot spring with one feature that makes it standout from every other hot spring on earth: It’s located within the ruins of an ancient temple that once might have belonged to Cleopatra. Turkey’s travertine terraces located near … Read more

How to visit Les Gorges du Verdon

The Gorges du Verdon is a 2,300-foot-deep river canyon in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence department in southeastern France. It stretches for over 30 miles between two points: le Point sublime et le pont de Galetas. It is the biggest canyon in Europe. Formed thousands of years ago by the Verdon River which slowly but surely cut through … Read more

Spotted Lake BC, Canada

For years, I’d passed by Spotted Lake along British Columbia’s Highway 3 (aka the Crowsnest Highway), driving between Vancouver and the interior. I always glimpsed it out the window, but it wasn’t until after many trips that I finally pulled over to have a better look. The small lake is rich with minerals and when … Read more

4 Michelin-Starred Seoul Hotel Restaurants That Offer a Taste of Luxury

South Korea is known for top-tier entertainment thanks to K-Pop bands like global sensations BTS, internationally acclaimed hit Netflix shows like Squid Game, and the first foreign-language film Best Picture Oscar-winning movie Parasite. But for travelers, Seoul is also well regarded as one of the leading culinary destinations in the world. Korean cuisine is characterized … Read more

15 Airbnbs in Charleston for a Bachelorette Party Filled With Southern Charm

Charleston offers something no place else in the South does: Historic charm blended with the country’s best culinary and party scenes. This is what makes Charleston the best city in the South for a getaway adventure. Gorgeous sightseeing complements the city’s legendary food and drinks scene, and several chilled-out beaches line the city’s coast. These … Read more