The best things to do in Oaxaca, Mexico

Between its mountains and its beaches, the state of Oaxaca in southern Mexico is a treasure trove of beautiful views and outdoor activities. But thanks to its capital and some of its lesser-known villages, it's also an art and food destination.

How to maximize the value of your airline ticket

Searching for the cheapest airfare may be the most popular way of deciding on a flight, but secret extras baked right into the ticket may bring extra value to your booking, no matter how much you paid.

The world's most luxurious airport

With luxury hotel rooms, boutiques, a beautiful swimming pool and world-class art, Qatar's Hamad International Airport could be the world's poshest -- and coolest airport.

The Pioneer Woman's Oklahoma hotel is already booked solid

Ree Drummond, known as The Pioneer Woman to her blog readers and viewers of her Food Network show of the same name, has opened a boutique hotel in her hometown of Pawhuska, Oklahoma.

Photographer captures wacky Japanese public toilets

Most of us don't visit public bathrooms unless we really need to. Not Hidefumi Nakamura.

The Philippines' best beaches and islands

One of the Philippines best assets is its 7,000 islands, edged by white sand buffering turquoise waters filled with some of the world's most diverse marine life. And most of them are relatively unexplored.

Where the baby buffalo roam

South Dakota's Custer State Park welcomed its first baby American bison of 2018 in late March. The park expects about 450 calves this year.

Live Like the British Royals

With Prince Harry off the market (you know, Meghan Markle, big wedding, May 19), the odds for the rest of us marrying into the British Royal Family become even more inconceivable. But commoners can still get a taste of their grand life, if only for the weekend. Herein, seven hotels in the U.K. with Royal…

Spring Break Vacays for All Ages

Because spring break isn’t just for college students, we’ve rounded up 12 decidedly chic escapes for March that work whether you’re looking for an unforgettable family vacation with the kids or a romantic getaway for two. The post Spring Break Vacays for All Ages appeared first on Passport.

Taking on Both Coasts in Maui, Kids in Tow

Maui is famous not only for its stunningly beautiful beaches on the West Coast but also its lavish rainforest on the East Coast. Most of the visitors prefer to stay on the sunny west side, but my family did both during our one-week trip to maximize the experience—it turned out to be the best decision…

Jackie Kai Ellis

The designer shuttered a successful firm in Vancouver and moved to Paris to become a pastry chef, but the story doesn’t end there. Jackie Kai Ellis adds another noun (author) to her personal history this month with the release of a memoir, The Measure of My Powers. The book recounts a handful of her many travels, and so…

Finding Pura Vida in the Papagayo Peninsula

Secluded and luxurious with sparkling shorelines and sun that tickles your skin in its own magical je ne sais quoi way—that’s the Papagayo Peninsula of Costa Rica. There are only a few hotels in this region of the country, and nestled into the peninsula’s hillside shoreline is one of its standout properties, Andaz Papagayo, where…

Porto Pleasures

Taking in the views and catching up on work, a three-hour train ride provides the perfect downtime after Lisbon, and prepares me to explore Porto. Turns out this coastal city in Portugal is just as charming as the last. The post Porto Pleasures appeared first on Passport.