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Off-the-Beaten Path Travel

Off-the-Beaten Path Travel

Sometime the best travel vacations are found in destinations that are far from the beaten path. We've collected the best articles on travel in small towns, tiny villages, rural countryside and in Mother Nature. Enjoy!

Cruising the Rivers of France on an Inflatable Raft

River cruising is popular in France, but when your mode of transportation is a raft, it's a different way to see the French countryside.
Bitola. Macedonia

Bitola, Macedonia: A City with a Beating Heart

Bitola, Macedonia is often overlooked by travelers going to Ohrid. But this rich city is full of contrasts, and shouldn't be missed by travelers.
Los Tuxtlas, flickr by Bit Jager

Los Tuxtlas: Mysterious Mexico

Home to 60 percent of Mexico’s birds and wild landscape that changes from sierra to swamps and rivers, Lox Tuxtlas is perfect for adventure.
Travel American Samoa

American Samoa 101: An Island Introduction

Located 2,300 miles southwest of Hawaii, these volcanic islands are remote, but worth the trip.
Kayaking in the Queen Charlotte Islands. Flickr/Anne

Land of Giants: Canada’s Queen Charlotte Islands

Kayaks and canoes provide the only access to many parts of Canada's Queen Charlotte Islands.

Bubbly Pool: White Bay, British Virgin Islands

Though difficult to find, this natural treasure in the British Virgin Islands is well worth the visit.
Sunset in Ko Lanta Thailand. Photo by Thai National Parks

Slow Travel on the Mekong

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.
Ghost towns: A statue at the open air museum. Photo by Chris Moran/TravelNevada

Nevada’s Ghost Towns

Whether you're looking for a fright or taking a peek into the past, here are best ghost towns in Nevada to visit.
Travel in Myanmar

Lost in Time in a Golden Land: Myanmar Travel

Previously closed to visitors, Myanmar (formerly known as Burma) rewards travelers with an adventurous spirit.
Camping at Green Ridge Campgrounds at Shadow Mountain Lake. Photo by Carrie Dow

What You Should Know About Camping in Colorado

Camping is a popular pastime in Colorado. But where are the best camping spots in Colorado? Here are five of our favorite spots -- and why we like them.
An elephant in Africa. Photo by Finnur Magnusson

From Zambia to South Africa: Rivers to Dust

During a safari adventure, elephants by a Zambian river give way to rare white lions in an arid South African reserve.
Travel to Mesa Verde National Park Flickr/Alan English

Mysteries of Mesa Verde National Park

At Mesa Verde National Park in southern Colorado, ancient ruins tell the story of an ancestral people.
Kingdom of the Cats Duncansbay stacks. Photo by Andrea Wotherspoon

Scotland: The Unspoiled Kingdom of the Cats

A local shares what she loves about the unspoiled Kingdom of the Cats in Scotland – and why you might want to visit Caithness too.
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Video: 25-Day Solo Hike through Iceland

When filmmaker Klara Harden set off on a solo pilgrimage through Iceland, she never imagined the wild beauty she would encounter.

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