From Caribbean sands to Canadian slopes, here are 10 global spots worth a winter trip.
As Chef José Andrés has demonstrated, one of the simplest ways to boost Puerto Rico’s post-hurricane economy is simply to visit. San Juan airport is running on schedule and many newly improved hotels and attractions have reopened. Join a community service project. Book an eco-yoga New Year's Eve retreat. Or enjoy a relaxing stay at a boutique hotel like the Dreamcatcher, purposefully situated, according to co-owner Stephan Watts, in San Juan’s last remaining beach neighborhood where “buildings are under 30 feet tall, vehicles are restricted, and guests can follow a hand-drawn map to beaches and local businesses all within walking distance.” The hotel features boho-chic rooms; private outdoor showers; small-group, off-the-beaten-path hiking excursions; starlight yoga; and a locally-sourced, all-vegetarian menu of dishes like papaya-topped pancakes and hibiscus flower juice—a delicious way to start the new year healthy.
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