Published August 20, 2013
Non-traditional buddymoons have become increasingly popular among newlyweds who want to prolong the travel aspect of their nuptials with their friends.
Published August 13, 2013
Chile’s Atacama Desert is part of the world’s highest and driest desert – but it easily vies for the most beautiful, too.
Published May 07, 2013
Increasingly, women are opting for high-octane excursions like trekking in the Himalayas, horseback riding in Iceland, or heli-hiking in the Canadian Rockies, all of which appeal to a growing segment of travelers looking for an adrenaline rush along with some female bonding.
Published April 25, 2013
There’s something magical about entering a national park: The knowledge that just beyond the gates, some of nature’s most awe-inspiring offerings lay waiting to be explored, from 300,000-year-old volcanoes churning out red-hot lava to spectacularly carved sandstone arches to marshes teeming with wildlife like alligators and manatees. No surprise, then, that the U.S. National Parks draw more than 280 million visitors each year. While the crowds can be overwhelming in the summer, don’t let that stop you from making a visit – with some advance strategies, you can still enjoy solitude. Plus, National Park Week runs through Sunday, with free admission to many national parks. No matter when you visit, though, these national treasures are sure to delight.
Published April 02, 2013
For frequent fliers and business travelers, the last few weeks have brought discouraging news.
Published January 24, 2013
While airlines are squeezing every last dollar out of their economy travelers, they’re splurging more than ever to attract those coveted first- and business-class patrons.
Published January 09, 2013
There are spots across the globe where the absence of a Y chromosome means a traveler must tread lightly – or not at all.
Published January 03, 2013
I lived in Barcelona in 2001, and it didn’t take very long for my unchecked indulgence in Spanish cuisine.
Published November 28, 2012
Good news for visitors interested in joining the country’s biggest political party when President Barack Obama will be inaugurated for his second term on Jan. 21, 2013..
Published October 24, 2012
Some environmental groups say that Mitt Romney's proposed energy plan could threaten the future of national parks, but others say that a Romney presidency may help improve the visitor experience.