Located 2,300 miles southwest of Hawaii, these volcanic islands are remote, but worth the trip.
Kayaks and canoes provide the only access to many parts of Canada's Queen Charlotte Islands.
Some 3,000 whales live in the waters near Newfoundland. Being up close to them is an experience to remember.
Accustomed to the fast life in London, a traveler learns how to enjoy taking the slow route on a journey along the Mekong River in Laos and Thailand.
Lake Saimaa is the largest lake in Finland -- and it's a huge draw for travelers. With 14,000 islands, Lake Saimaa is a huge natural playground.
Let the quiet sound of water lapping against the planks of the floating bungalow floor sing you to sleep at this Thai eco-resort.
Baja California Sur is a traveler’s paradise, and a trip along the Sea of Cortez with the M.V. Westward showcases the peninsula at its best.
Leave behind cluttered streets to explore canal communities. On the way, pick up keychain souvenirs or a cold beer.
These islands off the coast of California are home to one of the most unique national parks in America.
What's the best cruise in Alaska? This cozy cruise offers glimpses of glaciers, wildlife and non-touristy Alaska.
A romantic five-star castle hotel is the perfect base to explore Scotland's Loch Lomond.
Snorkeling in crystal waters provides an up-close look at one of the modern world's seven natural wonders.
Want to play? Kayaking, sailing and fishing are just a few of the ways you can enjoy North Carolina's Outer Banks.
With so many rare species and unique-looking animals, the Galapagos Islands are like no other place on earth.