Buckle up! We're hitting the road from sea to shining sea to find the most scenic drives in the United States, passing rugged coasts, majestic mountains, red deserts, lush forests, and classic Americana along the way.
Where are the quietest spots to vacation? Human noise pollution has made it harder to find the undisturbed rhythm of nature. An expert shares where you can still find peace and natural sounds undisturbed by man.
Love 'em or hate 'em, millennials make up a quarter of the U.S. population, and they love to hit the road. Hotels, tour operators, cruise ships, and home-sharing services are going out of their way to court customers in their 20s and 30s—and it could permanently change the world of travel.
The 11 passenger ferries of the Alaska Marine Highway System, each pursuing a different itinerary among up to 35 communities starting in Bellingham, Washington, are an authentic alternative to noisy and overpriced mainstream cruises.
Spa holidays and wellness retreats aren’t the only ways to weave yoga into a vacation. A growing number of tour companies are pairing it with all-inclusive sightseeing itineraries. See the world while getting to know yourself.
While many itineraries for the popular Wild Atlantic Way require a rental car, not everyone wants to drive on the left along winding roads. Here's how to see the best of Ireland’s West Coast in Galway, Clare, and Mayo counties without driving.
Ski resorts in Colorado and Utah have made a number of upgrades and additions this year, from interactive apps that track progress on the slopes to major new ski lodges featuring local cuisine. Snow accumulation is still a risky business given the unreliable climate, but there will be plenty for guests to enjoy at these 8 resorts.