Stemming out from California, the Baja peninsula juts into the Pacific Ocean like an icicle. The dazzingly arid peninsula is a succession of sunset-kissed beaches and trickling creeks. Each year, millions of whales come to reproduce in the preserved waters of the peninsula that their ancestors knew so well.
Guadalajara has a rich history, and the city exudes a vibrant, active, friendly culture. Guadalajara is the second-oldest European city in North America. Stay at the Presidente Intercontinental Hotel, and let the history of the city soak into your soul as you explore the Teatro Degollado, Guadalajara Cathedral, and the Rotonda de los Hombres Ilustres.Watch Now >>
Journey with Shari Belafonte to savor the French ambiance of Martinique. Hike the ruins of St. Pierre, and traverse the island to discover the history behind its uniquely Dutch influence. Voyage to breathtaking St. Kitts and explore the fortress atop Brimstone Hill. From there, follow Antigua’s Jolly Roger to Nelson’s Dockyard, and then continue onWatch Now >>
To experience the real Baja you have to get out of the car and take a closer, intimate look. Join John Holod on an unforgettable road adventure from Tijuana to Cabo San Lucas. You will ride with the U.S. Border Patrol and experience the awe-inspiring scenic beauty of the Bay of the Angels, and treasureWatch Now >>
To find the Giants of Tula, we must walk in the footsteps of the Toltecs. In 750 A.D., the Toltecs built unique monuments in their new capital Tollen, or Tula, in Central Mexico. Only a few of the ruins of this once great city survived the passage of time.Watch Now >>