Articles in Luxury Travel

The opportunity to observe a number of marine mammals and aid in their study and conservation is a...
It is dinnertime at Mweya safari lodge, a resort of thatch-roofed cottages in the middle of East...
Banditry and Rebel insurgency continue to keep northern Uganda, along the border with Sudan, off...
Photograph by Scott Goetz and Dalton Cole.
An auspicious headline ran on the front page of the Times of India on my first morning in the...
Dubai’s is the tale of two emirates, both borderline surreal. The traditionalist who resists change...
Not just any helicopter would do for architect Malcolm Appleton, designer of one of the cottages at...
Welcome to the Taj Mahal of golf courses,” says Dave Alvarez, a PGA pro at the Madison Club, as he...
In the early 1900s, Morven Park Mansion, set in the Blue Ridge Mountains in Leesburg, Va., was home...
Beijing’s building projects—and the controversies they frequently entail—have not been confined to...
Get onto license bureau and trace that car,” Roger Moore—as British secret agent James Bond in the...
Photograph by Richard Cummins/Corbis.
A leaden sky portends cold rain as old-fashioned London cabs—Belfast’s Black Taxis—sit parked along...
The 300-acre Fairmont Turnberry Isle Resort & Club (www.fairmont.com/turnberryisle) in Aventura...
Northern Ireland is small—about the size of Connecticut—and the countryside begins just a few miles...
A trip aboard the luxury barge Magna Carta (www.magna-carta.co.uk) offers a chance to visit four of...
Samuel So takes my right foot in his hands, rests it on a towel in his lap, and reaches for his...
Photograph by www.istockphoto.com
As if by magic, an actor’s mask changes from the face of a red, gold, and white tiger into the...
By the time the torch ceremony commences the XXIX Olympiad in August 2008, China’s capital will be...
Early last year, singer/songwriter Edwin McCain released a tune that described the Gramercy Park...
When the Liberty Hotel (www.libertyhotel.com) opens this summer at the foot of Boston’s Beacon Hill...
The 44-foot ketch Bonita, built in the shipyards of Buenos Aires in 1982, cuts through the water of...

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