Abel Tasman National Park in New Zealand is the perfect base for hiking, canoeing, camping and much more.
Hydrate. Then wait for the sunset. This is adventure in Utah's Canyonlands.
This climbing route promises majestic views and a buffet sampling of the African wild, as it cuts through verdant jungle, alpine desert and glaciers.
The stink may not be a factor, but a horny adolescent camel can make a desert journey memorable.
Join the safari for a dose of untamed Africa. But beware: Honking hippos may keep you from a good night’s rest.
Even in paradise, camping is still camping. But at less than $100 a night, it’s worth the nuisances — spiders and all.
Colorado may be known for its skiing, but summer in the mountains is even better.
Climb toward the belly of the beast and stare Nicaragua’s Telica Volcano in the face.
This was a predator, a killer. He was a larger version of my house cat, and he was considering eating me for lunch!
There’s no better way to explore New Zealand than by campervan. Here are five things you should know.
Everything is big here. The spiders are the size of a human hand, and the crocodiles ... well, don’t get out the boat.
Archaeology meets weight loss! The path to ancient sites takes you through knee-deep mud — but it may feel like you’re in over your head.
Yellowstone in winter means fire and ice.
Sailing down a snowy tubing slope and across a frozen lake isn’t the only winter activity making visitors smile at this B.C. lodge.