Babymoon Bliss: Tips for Traveling in the Third Trimester

Babymoon Bliss: Tips for Traveling in the Third Trimester

Traveling while pregnant can be a daunting experience, no matter how far along you might be. I previously shared a few tips for traveling in the first trimester and am here to round out this Babymoon Bliss series with some reflections on traveling in the third trimester. Any medical professional will tell you to save long-distance or international travel for the second trimester when you are likely to feel at your energetic best. It’s the sweet spot when the morning sickness has usually subsided and the discomforts of the third trimester have yet to set in. But sometimes, life doesn’t […]

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Where to go in Asia 2018

Where to go in Asia 2018

Remote tropical beaches, peaceful mountain retreats, and rich culture: make Asia a getaway to top your 2018 travel list. Ker & Downey has rounded up some of our favorite destinations that still feel untouched and authentic. Cambodia Soar in a hot air balloon high above glistening golden temples hidden in lush jungles. Have breakfast near Angkor Wat, one of the most impressive temples ever built. Stay in a private countryside villa with a butler attending to your needs. Unplug from the world on a private island and take a snooze to the sounds of the soft breeze on our Intrepid […]

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Samburu Special Five

Samburu Special Five

Travel to the Samburu National Reserve to see the Samburu special five with Ker & Downey. The Samburu National Reserve is a special place. Located on the edge of Northern Kenya’s arid savannahs, it stands on its own for the rare and diverse game. There, you’ll find the typical game like lions, elephant, and cheetah, but you’ll also find the Samburu Special Five (Beisa oryx, reticulated giraffe, Grevy’s zebra, Gerenuk antelope and Somali ostrich). You won’t find a more diverse concentration of wildlife anywhere else. The Reticulated Giraffe The reticulated giraffe makes its home in Somalia, southern Ethiopia, and northern […]

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Top 6 Things to Do in Mendoza

Top 6 Things to Do in Mendoza

Known as the “land of good sunshine and good wine,” the region of Mendoza is nestled in the foothills of the Andes Mountain Range. It’s the center of Argentina’s wine industry, but there’s more to the region than just wine. Touring the region by foot or horseback, fine dining, fly fishing, and olive oil tastings are just some of the things you can experience in Mendoza. Because of its extensive artificial irrigation systems, the city is green with trees lining the wide avenues even though it is situated in a dry desert region of Argentina. We think a stop in […]

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Introducing MEXICO: A Country for All Seasons

Introducing MEXICO: A Country for All Seasons

Start planning your journey to Mexico with Ker & Downey’s Mexico year-round travel guide. Whether you are looking for a relaxing beach holiday, enriching cultural experience, private villa getaway, or something more adventurous and off the beaten path, Mexico has it all. This is why Ker & Downey is thrilled to finally bring you a unique, tailor-made approach to exploring the wonders of our nearby neighbor. Another reason why we love Mexico is its year-round appeal. From Fall wildlife migrations to colorful Spring celebrations, Mexico is truly a country for all seasons. Here is a month-by-month guide to our favorite […]

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Plan a Journey to the Next Total Eclipse

Plan a Journey to the Next Total Eclipse

As the total eclipse makes its way over North America today, we’re looking at the star charts to scope out the best eclipse locations for the next 10 years. Plan ahead with us and position yourself to catch this phenomenon.

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Top 8 Things to Do in Buenos Aires

Top 8 Things to Do in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires was voted a top city in South America by Travel + Leisure readers in this year’s World’s Best Awards. It’s one of our favorite cities in South America too. Its European flair can be felt throughout the city and at night, the city comes alive with tango. A few days should be spent here exploring the city and all she has to offer on your next journey to Argentina. To help with your planning, we asked our Luxury Travel Consultants for their top things to do in Buenos Aires.

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Top 5 Things to do in Prague

Top 5 Things to do in Prague

Amy, our in-house graphic designer is spending a year traveling the world. She just finished up a month in Prague and today, she’s sharing her top 5 things to do in Prague. To read more about Amy’s travels, click here. There is nothing more pleasant than being in Prague in the summer. Sure, it’s touristy, but if you plan ahead of time, you can avoid crowds and create a perfect itinerary seeing all of Prague’s great attractions. Being outside is a must, whether it’s having a famous Pilsner at an outdoor café, or hiking through one of the many beautiful nature spots […]

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5 Things to Do in San Miguel de Allende

5 Things to Do in San Miguel de Allende

Ker & Downey Product Manager Elizabeth Frels shares the top 5 things to do in San Miguel de Allende – voted the world’s top city in this year’s Travel + Leisure Worlds Best Awards. The results are in and this year, San Miguel de Allende was voted the number one city in the world by Travel + Leisure readers in the Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards. The small city, which is located about 150 miles north of Mexico City, is a magnet for Mexicans and expats looking to peruse independent boutiques selling artisan-made goods. The city is a UNESCO […]

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Fairytale Castles and Palaces

Fairytale Castles and Palaces

Fit for a queen, these fairytale castles and royal abodes are stunning masterpieces of architecture and history. Schloss Neuschwanstein: Bavaria, Germany The inspiration for Disney’s Sleeping Beauty’s castle is a towering structure with turrets emerging from the alpine forest. It is located high on a rugged hill above a village in Bavaria. Stunning views of the green countryside and the mountains beyond are offered from the top. This romantic castle, built in 1869, was meant to be a retreat for Ludwig II of Bavaria. Pena National Palace: Sintra, Portugal Perched on a peak, this palace is a combination of onion […]

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