top places to Travel 

Saint Barthélemy

While some of the island’s more famous hotels are still closed due to damage from hurricanes Irma and Maria (Hotel Le Toiny, Le Guanahani), about 60% of St. Barts’ villas have reopened, with some new additions.

Azores, Portugal

The Azores, a self-governing Portuguese territory about 1,000 miles from Portugal, have remained under the radar due to limited access from the United States.

Fiji

It’s been three years since a Category 5 cyclone struck Fiji, killing 44 people and leaving behind about a billion dollars worth of damage. But Fiji has rebounded, as evidenced by a spate of new hotels.

 Palawan, Philippiness

long island on the Philippines’ western flank feels like paradise from end to end, thanks to its gorgeous karst limestone geography. Beaches, caves, mountains and jungles, with the occasional settlement offering rustic Filipino food, almost bottomless Filipino beer and good company: this is the perfect recipe for an island getaway you’ll never forget!

 Palawan, Philippiness

long island on the Philippines’ western flank feels like paradise from end to end, thanks to its gorgeous karst limestone geography. Beaches, caves, mountains and jungles, with the occasional settlement offering rustic Filipino food, almost bottomless Filipino beer and good company: this is the perfect recipe for an island getaway you’ll never forget!.

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