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With the Tasmanian Sea to her left and the Pacific Ocean to her right, this famous little lighthouse on a northern tip of New Zealand stands witness to the tidal clashing and mingling of these two bodies of water.
Photography by Sabine Lubenow / JWL / Aurora Photos
A beautiful accident of geology frames the deep blues of sea and sky on the coast of Gozo, the northernmost of the Maltese Islands.
Photography by The Naka Island
Start the new year off right with a Southeast Asian tropical escape.
Photography by Four Seasons Resorts and Hotels
Composed of nearly 2,000 pint-sized islands, set in the far-flung Indian Ocean between Sri Lanka and the equator, the Maldives boasts some of the best diving in the world.
Photography by Congress Hall
A far cry from the recent reality TV portrayal of the Jersey Shore, Cape May is a genteel stretch of shoreline off the busier path.
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Meander amid the town’s melange of fortified ancient walls, brightly colored houses, round medieval towers and its famous Roman-forged footpath.
Photography by St. Regis, Bora Bora
Offering 5-star service in a family friendly setting, the St. Regis resort stands out as one of the islands top luxury stays.
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Composed of 33 thatched-roof bungalows that perch like tropical birds on the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, this private resort has all of Cocoa Island to itself.
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Tourists may flock to the Italian Riviera’s Cinque Terre to walk the 5 seaside towns, but a less-trafficked and equally appealing option lies roughly 45 miles north.
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Puerto Rico may be a US territory, but there are certain parts of this beautiful Caribbean island that feel distinctly like a foreign land — and El Morro is one such place.