For travellers who want to immerse themselves in Iceland’s rugged, otherworldly landscape, an adventure at the Retreat’s new Highland Base – Kerlingarfjöll beckons.
Fire, Ice, and Air: An Immersive Winter Experience in Banff and Lake Louise
The boathouse at the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise in Alberta’s Banff National Park has been temporarily transformed into a robatayaki (Japanese barbecue) restaurant, part of Accor and Fairmont’s immersive BeyondLimits experiences.
The New Cabins at Haida House Are an Ode to Haida Gwaii’s Indigenous Culture
Unveiled this past summer, the twelve new cabins at Haida House on Haida Gwaii—the remote, emerald archipelago off the coast of British Columbia—look out onto the Hecate Strait, 1,30 kilometres of open water stretching to the mainland.
Toronto’s Aga Khan Museum Creates a Space of Healing With Afghanistan My Love Exhibition
The assemblage of murals, paintings, and multimedia works that form this new exhibition, which runs until April 10, 2023, are symbols of protest and solidarity. They’re a means of filling a cultural gap in a country fractured by war, and to which many Afghan artists no longer have access.
At These Costa Rica Retreats, Wellness Considers People and Planet
At the foot of the Arenal Volcano in northern Costa Rica, a network of thermal pools and rivers braids through a lush rainforest reserve. It is where Tabacón Thermal Resort and Spa was founded with the aim of protecting this jungle ecosystem while allowing guests to reap the healing benefits of the hot springs.
This Botswana Safari Highlights a Conservation Mission Through Design
I linger by the water with a sweating gin and tonic in hand, watching the treeline fade to a black silhouette against a smouldering tangerine sunset. It’s the kind of moment you want to tuck away like a treasure, and Botswana’s fragile ecosystem is just as precious.
Switzerland’s Largest City: An Aesthete’s Guide to Zurich
The city has an austere beauty, a pleasing if slightly unnerving efficiency, and an endearing propriety—essentially, it’s very Swiss. A steepled cityscape is set against a frieze of snow-dusted Alps and bottle-green hills, Lake Zurich incandescent in the golden late-afternoon sun.
Travellers seeking Belize without the crowds need look no further than this guide to the middle-of-nowhere jewels in the Central American country’s Western Cayo District.