Moon Cuba

Award-winning travel writer Christopher P. Baker highlights Cuba’s best lesser-known local hotspots, including Finca Manacas (the birthplace of Fidel), Parque Lennon, and Rumba de Salvador’s Alley. He also offers fun and creative travel suggestions, such as Havana’s Musical Feast; 10 Best Scenic Drives; and Dive Into Cuba. With in-depth information on Havana and complete coverage […]

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Celebrating America’s Melting Pot

To celebrate Independence Day, here are some vibrant, living destinations from sea to shining sea where you can experience firsthand the diversity of America’s melting pot.

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Tee It Up: Golfing in Bermuda

Golf is one of Bermuda’s biggest attractions due to the island’s seven courses, many of which boast breath-catching ocean views and championship layouts. Learn about the history of golf on the island, some great courses to check out, the costs of playing, and more.

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Made in Bermuda: Finding Unique Souvenirs

There’s always a T-shirt or paperweight to take home, but if you look around, you’ll find far more interesting souvenirs. Author Rosemary Jones offers suggestions for unique mementos to pick up while in Bermuda.

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Tips for Visiting Bermuda with Kids

Bermuda makes it pretty easy to entertain children—you usually don’t have to arrange anything more organized than a trip to the beach. Here’s some info for families on kid-friendly sights, beaches, restaurants, and more.

View from the water of Hamilton Parish's white-washed buildings standing bright between verdant clusters of trees.

Discover the Intriguing Charm of Bermuda

While most visitors come for the beaches and shops, more now flock to the island for spa weekends, forts and museums, golf getaways, ecotours, deep-sea fishing, scuba diving, or music and film festivals. Learn more about all there is to see and do year-round—or, if you prefer, it’s also a great place to do nothing at all.