Get a different view of the Statue of Liberty by kayaking in New York's harbor.
Want to play? Kayaking, sailing and fishing are just a few of the ways you can enjoy North Carolina's Outer Banks.
The activities are endless in this cluster of islands near the northern tip of New Zealand.
For kayak enthusiasts, Mozambique's 1,500-mile coastline dipping is an enticing playground.
This private island resort is all leisure and luxury. Sail to a deserted beach for a memorable lunch date or relax under starry skies.
Tour the towns that served as inspiration for King novels … minus the shape-shifting monsters and creepy shopkeepers.
Spend a peaceful weekend hiking, dining and shopping in the eastern gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park.
A jungle oasis awaits. But only if your raft can make it past swirling holes and rushing river rapids.
Door County has become a Midwest Mecca for the"silent sports," such as canoeing, kayaking and hiking.
Glaciers, mountains, and thermal springs delight during a trek through Chile’s Northern Patagonia region.
Longing for palm trees, white sand beaches and sunny skies? Head Ft. Myers and Sanibel Island on Florida’s Gulf Coast.
Spectacular scenery, diverse wildlife and great fishing make for an unforgettable Alaskan road trip.
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.