Looking for summer travel ideas? In many parts of the world, summer is when the tourist hordes descend, the locals flee, and the heat and humidity make you wilt. But these bucket-list destinations are the opposite in summer: They are … Read more
With the U.S. National Park Service celebrating its 100th birthday this summer, you can expect centennial events in parks across the country, as well as fee-free days on the birthday weekend itself, August 25-28. But also keep in mind … Read more
Island vacations can be expensive, but they don’t have to be. The smaller an island, and the fewer the hotels, the higher prices shoot up in peak season. But those same islands can be affordable—on average, nearly 30% more affordable… Read more
If you think the path to the lowest hotel price is to book as far ahead as possible or to wait for a last-minute deal, you may end up overpaying for your next trip. TripAdvisor has crunched its hotel booking … Read more
Given the recent wave of terrorist attacks and crises, some people are unsure whether to go ahead with trips they’ve planned. Others are wondering where on earth it is safe to travel nowadays.
Since a terrorist incident can happen … Read more
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You already know the must-haves for overnight flights and the keys to beating jet lag. But what about when you get to your hotel room…and find that it’s a little noisy, a little stuffy, a little cramped, or just … Read more
There’s no single cure for jet lag. Everyone’s bodies are different, and what works for one traveler may not work for another. But you may well find a remedy that works for you among these strategies used by travel experts … Read more