Top five luxury golf destinations around the globe

Content courtesy of The Travel Corporation Canada Banff Springs, Canada The Canadian Rockies coupled with the luscious greenery courtesy of Mother Nature makes the Banff Springs Golf Course a stunning picturesque golf course, but golfers shouldn’t be deceived as the course provides a challenging game. For a truly luxury experience, …

The Rideau Canal

By Bruce Kemp The warmer weather has finally arrived, bringing with it the excitement of enjoying the great outdoors. It’s hard to imagine a better way to do so than cruising the picturesque waters of southern Ontario while relishing the finer things in life. I recently enjoyed such a boating …

Luxury adventures

By Barbara Ramsay Orr Toronto: two ways to explore your backyard this summer Want to visit the best museums or get an in-depth look into Toronto’s food scene? Guided Toronto can show you the best of The Six, your way, and in private luxury. The company runs walking tours through …

Nassau: A Bahamian Bon Voyage

By Goldie Tock There’s something about flying into the Caribbean and looking down through the clouds to the vivid blue waters that’s breathtaking. The warm breeze on your face instantly makes you feel relaxed and on island time. It was a hop, skip, and a jump from the Nassau airport …

Victorian Luxury

Story and Photography By Gary Crallé The city of Victoria, at the southern tip of Vancouver Island, is almost too cute to be true. Voted second best small city in the world by Conde Nast readers in 2017, it’s seemingly built on a human scale of pleasantries. Indigenous cultures and …

Luxury Adventures

By Barbara Ramsay Orr Nova Scotia It’s always a good thing when food and art combine. Executive Chef Dale Nichols, at the Digby Pines Golf Resort and Spa in Nova Scotia, collected his best recipes for his latest cookbook, From Palette to Palate, and invited artist Lynda Shalagan to illustrate the book with …

Luxury Adventures

By Barbara Ramsay Orr Grootbos Private Nature Reserve, South Africa It isn’t often that jet lag is a good thing, but that was the case at Grootbos Private Nature Reserve in the Gansbaai region of the Western Cape. In a private villa nestled into the hillside, on a second cup …

Hit the Slopes

By Kristy Elik Whether you’re perfecting your pizza on Monarch or shreddin’ the pow on Boomerang, skiing at close-to-home Glen Eden Ski & Snowboard Centre is a perfect way to spend a winter’s day. Nestled on the breathtaking Niagara Escarpment in Milton, Glen Eden boasts six lifts, 15 slopes ranging …

New York: A Manhattan for all seasons

By Paula Henriques There is something about Manhattan — maybe I’m just a romantic, but the city has a certain magnetism that pulls me in every time I visit. I love the crowds, the sheer incredulity of the structures jutting into the sky, the different types of people and personalities …

Caribbean Chic: Turks and Caicos

By Barbara Ramsey Orr The reality of Grace Bay, and my hotel, is far beyond expectations from the first impression. In the shared taxi van from the airport in Providenciales, the various passengers chat, sharing information about where they’re from, where they’re staying.  When the taxi drives up to my hotel, …