Australia will put in place a travel corridor with New Zealand to allow quarantine-free tourism, with flights likely to begin within weeks -- but there's a catch.
Travelers eager to fly again may want to consider Italy as their next destination.
They won't just be for airlines and hotels anymore -- Maldives is on track to become the first country in the world to have its own hospitality loyalty program.
Rushing water cascades below an elevated footbridge that looks like it's floating on air, with panoramic views of hazy mountains and a plunging, deep valley underneath.
"There is no love sincerer than the love of food," George Bernard Shaw said. Judging by the number of amazing dishes out there, he was right.
Avgeek desktop gamers and wannabe airline captains can finally get the high-altitude fix they've been craving.
For most people, the coronavirus pandemic has meant fewer travel options. Not so for super-rich families who are increasingly using their money to cross borders that would otherwise be closed to them.
Just weeks after many countries opened their borders to travelers within the continent, some are closing again, often at such short notice that people are left scrambling to get home before quarantine orders are put in place.
Although hotels and resorts around the world remain closed because of Covid-19, many have continued with a different order of operations.
Accommodations with farms, whose produce is typically used to feed guests fresh, seasonal meals, have continued to tend their gardens. These efforts help feed furloughed staff for free and serve as a hyperlocal farmers' market for the community. They're even donating excess produce to those in need.
For $250,000, Little Palm Island, a resort off the coast in Florida, can be yours.
The entire island -- at least, for a limited period.
On Monday, the 4-acre Florida Keys island, said to be is the only private island resort in all of the United States, will begin welcoming guests of a decidedly exclusive nature.
Just weeks after restarting domestic flights, Indonesian carrier Lion Air has canceled them again, citing issues with passengers not following Covid-19 regulations.
The Lion Air group, which also includes Batik Air and Wings Air, began slowly reintroducing short-haul flight routes on May 10. But the restored flights did not last long.
There's nothing like diving into a cool swimming pool on a scorching hot summer day. Unfortunately, most of us don't have our own pools and worse, the pandemic has kiboshed most public pools.
Observing celestial sights could connect us during a time when we're forced to be physically apart.
Travel bans and closed borders have put wanderlust on hold, and as the United States and other countries grapple with a surge in coronavirus cases, even domestic travel is increasingly unlikely.
For more than 30 years, Mauro Morandi has been the sole inhabitant of a beautiful island in the Mediterranean Sea. For the past few weeks his hermit's hut has been an aptly isolated location from which to watch the global coronavirus crisis unfold.
On the southeastern fringes of Europe, Bulgaria is only just gaining a reputation tourist destination with huge potential.
Hanoi Hungry parties can order the cobra, but diners with more moderate appetites will probably want to select a smaller snake from Nguyen Van Duc, a popular restaurant in Le Mat -- aka "Snake Village."
From Norwegian islands high above the Arctic Circle to forest-covered mountains in Romania, windswept sandy beaches in Wales and icy lakes in the Balkans, Europe is a spectacularly varied place.
The Dalí Theatre-Museum in Spain stands as one of the strangest museums in all of Europe.
Salvador Dalí's bizarre self-curated collection is the master statement from the famed surrealist. Best known for his unusual paintings of melting clocks and eccentric lifestyle, Dalí's vision was grand -- and the striking red fortress topped with giant eggs paints an intricate picture of the famous artist.