Breathe in paradise
Interview with Christian Makarian, deputy editor of L’Express
Embark on a spiritual journey to subtropical Japan
An archaeological treasure to discover in Australia
Three centuries of commercial supremacy
The adventurer’s dream job
The blended cultural heritage of Central America
10 fascinating facts about the jewel of Granada
Prepare to be amazed
Portugal’s historical heart
A break in Guatemala’s most Caribbean city
An adventure to the furthest reaches of the globe!
Journey into the world of “green gold”.
Sailors, young or old, still have lots to learn from the rich world of the sea and oceans.
Travel back to pre-Columbian times.
Discovering the baroque treasure of Central America.
Take a closer look at three great explorers whose names were chosen for three of the new PONANT expedition ships.
A journey through history and mythology.
In the footsteps of Victor Hugo.
Next stop the Yucatan, Mexico, and its Mayan remains, in 5 can’t-miss stops.
Focus on an ancient culture looking to the future.
ust like the tides, the wind is the captain’s senior officer. Depending on its strength and speed, it can cause the ship to change direction. Here are 4 things to know to have the wind in your sails!
“Olivier Levasseur, historical figure or folk legend? Both, my captain! Since his death in 1730 in Réunion, this famous French pirate, better known as La Buse, has lost none of his mystery and intrigue. And neither has his elusive lost loot, the stuff fantasies are made of and the focus of an astounding treasure hunt which began almost 300 years ago…”
A profile of Jean-Baptiste Charcot and Sir Ernest Shackleton
“You have to take the time to look at something beautiful, look at it closely, and take pleasure in it,”
An insatiable appetite for the mysteries of the Antarctic
Painters and authors: 5 artists to (re)discover to get inspired
Jarlshof: 4000 years of Scottish history
A taste of Japanese culture
The mysterious Peruvian geoglyphs
We often talk about pirates and privateers without really knowing what distinguishes them.
During the 11th century AD, Chichén Itzá was a powerful Mayan, then Toltec city.