Travel in the United States
Want to see bears in the wild? Alaska should be on your bucket list.
Exploring Seattle by duck boat is a fun experience for the whole family. These former amphibious landing craft can travel both on land and in the water.
Just off the California coast, Santa Cruz Island is a perfect day trip for families who want to kayak, snorkel and see wildlife on this California island.
St. Petersburg, Florida, on the western peninsula of Tampa Bay, provides easy access to good beaches and everything the “Other Bay Area” has to offer.
Just a few hours from New York City are the Adirondack Mountains, a scenic region that offers a wealth of outdoor adventure.
With less than two full days in Boston, what should you see and do? Here are our tips on the best places to visit in Boston if you only have two days.
Located on Lake Michigan and with more than 180 miles of beaches, Traverse City, Michigan is a year-round playground for anyone who loves the outdoors.
In Hawaii, aloha is more than just a friendly greeting. It’s a way of life. Head to the Hawaiian Islands to experience Hawaii's unique, welcoming culture.
The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios is still a family favorite. Here are tips to plan your visit, from where to stay to budget tickets
Wild West meets colorful Hawaiian culture in Waimea, the island state's ranching center.
Colorado may be known for its skiing, but summer in the mountains is even better.
With port stops in Maine, Rhode Island and Massachusetts, a cruise on the Victory II offers the best of New England.
Travel in New Hampshire: A visit to the land of gorges, waterfalls, bald summits, and the gone but hardly forgotten Old Man of the Mountain.
With its wild ponies and wind-swept beaches, Assateague Island is a rewarding place to pitch your tent.