Most travelers are lured to Morocco by fantasies of labyrinthine walled cities, palm-fringed oases, and seemingly endless Saharan sand dunes. And yet, with more than 1,000 miles of coastline stretching from the Atlantic Ocean to the Mediterranean Sea, Morocco is also home to some of the world’s loveliest beaches. Make the glitzy resort city of Agadir in the south your base and you’ll be able to explore ancient medinas, low-key surfing hubs, and stunning bird sanctuaries — most of which are far removed from Morocco’s well-trampled tourist circuit.
The Joys of Snow Season
Get out of the big city and make haste to one of these wintertime playgrounds — Vermont’s Green Mountains, the Poconos, or Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains — for wallet-friendly family fun, all within driving distance of major East Coast hubs. Whether your group is full of longtime skiers, has a few first timers, or would rather walk through the snow than schuss through it, there’s a mountain range here that will have you cheering for one more month of snow season.
A Taste of Savannah
Don’t underestimate the power of Savannah’s appeal. The city has a way of captivating people. You might be so taken in by the food here that you forget to do anything but eat. In recent years, Savannah has attracted a number of talented chefs, drawing them to — or, in some cases, back to — the city, where they’ve established restaurants that bring together all of the area’s major charms: lovely spaces, fascinating people, and meals so good you’ll be clamoring for seconds.
Endless Vacation visits the famed island of Barbados and tells the story of this Caribbean paradise through the eyes of three local tastemakers — Sheena Rose, a contemporary artist in the capital city of Bridgetown; Camilla Williams, a competitive polo player; and John Chandler, a local hospitality guru. By connecting with those born and raised on the island, some authentic insights are revealed into what life in Barbados is all about.