Tour the towns that served as inspiration for King novels … minus the shape-shifting monsters and creepy shopkeepers.
A jungle oasis awaits. But only if your raft can make it past swirling holes and rushing river rapids.
Glaciers, mountains, and thermal springs delight during a trek through Chile’s Northern Patagonia region.
Kayaking Vancouver Island waters brings teens and parents closer to common ground.
Hire a horse-drawn carriage and step back into the 19th century on Michigan's Mackinac Island.
Göteborg once hosted ships from around the world. Today its shines with museums, award-winning restaurants and vintage boats.
Caribou and sandpipers expose one canoeist to the language of the arctic.
Crocodiles are everywhere, but also beware the hippos in this river, the fourth longest in Africa.
Head into the Malaysian rainforest to see the plants, animals and people who call this region home.
Catch the ferry to the islands, where kayaking and bicycling are more common than driving.
In springtime, you can escape the crowds and soak in the scenery surrounding this small Bavarian town.
A seaside stroll and a forest walk in Nanaimo offer a chance to get back to nature.
Nicaragua, the land of lakes, volcanoes and beaches, has come a long way in the last decade, with appealing visitor attractions and accommodations.
An exploration of Sweden’s forested and lake-dappled Dalarna province yields country cottages where artisans craft traditional and modern works.
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