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Medora, North Dakota is located in the Painted Canyon—part of the North Dakota badlands in the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. It’s full of cowboys and every year presents a musical tribute to its heritage.
How safe are you on a cruise? A look at the many levels of security and how cruise ships keep their vessels safe both in port and while at sea. Cruise Ship security.
Author Chris Santella allows readers to race across the globe with “Fifty Places to Run Before You Die”, highlighting the most famous races, trail runs, and tips from international running experts.
Avery Island, Louisiana has been the home to McIlhenny family’s Tabasco empire since 1868. Today there is a new on-site restaurant called 1868, and a full museum to go with the factory tour.
Southwest Germany is blessed with dozens of monasteries, castles, and lush gardens. Take a tour of four of the best–Alpirsbach, Wiblingen, Maulbronn and Salem Palace.
Cruises have been a staple of multigenerational family vacations, but lately, cruise-goers would rather skip the kids. Adult-only cruising is a growing new trend cruise lines have been capitalizing on.
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Petra is a stunning ancient site that everyone should see once in their lifetimes. It’s located in the desert of Jordan, and guarded over by Bedouins, who take tourists up to see the spectacular carved buildings of Petra.
Just like the country it’s in, Luxembourg’s hiking trails remain relatively unknown and unexplored, which is a real shame as some of those in the Mullerthal Region are truly remarkable.
A wintertime escape to enjoy snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and beer tasting at the historic Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe, Vermont.
Can a fake passport save you if you’re endangered on the road? Or is taking a fake passport a bad idea, that can ultimately get you in trouble. Mike Howard reflects on the topic.
Exploring Utah’s incredible canyons: Bryce Canyon, The Narrows, The Landing, Angel’s Landing, and Zion Canyon Scenic drive. See other-worldly formations and canyons.
The Hakka, Earthen fortresses found in Yongding County, Fujian Province, China, are an incredible sight to behold: Hundreds of tulous are scattered across the countryside of several counties in Fujian Province.
Family travel expert Kasey Austin gives advice on what not to bring, and how to enjoy a special trip to Yellowstone National Park together. Enjoying Yellowstone camping with your family.
View the northern lights at Sweden’s newest floating oasis, the Arctic Bath hotel, where you can treat yourself to a relaxing spa day on the water.
Secret Compass is not a tourism company but instead an expedition-planning organization. They take their clients to the world’s most intense places, like North Korea.
Winnipeg’s annual winter competition, bringing international artists and architect’s warming hut designs to life along the frozen Red River Mutual Train.
South Africa’s Maropeng Heritage Site offers visitors a glimpse into the past of humankind. The exhibit features a sensational underground boat ride taking tourists on an interactive journey of their origins.
Connecting Europe’s most sought-after cities and more, Eurostar has upgraded their fleet to be futuristic, fast, and environmentally-friendly.
A visit to Kiev includes the lavish St. Sophia Cathedral, Landscape Alley, Besarabsky Market, the Motherland Monument, and the Memorial in Maidan Nezalezhnosti.
A visit to Halibut Cove Alaska and the Ridgewood Wilderness Lodge, where bear-watching, salmon and halibut fishing, hard hiking and exploring Alaska’s wilderness are all on tap.
Ellen Besso’s story about finally visiting India after being preoccupied with the country for her whole life. With her partner Don, she visits Dharamsala and McLeod Ganj.
The Welsh tourism board Visit Wales has named 2018 the “Year of the Sea” to promote Wales’ beautiful coastlines and alternative style.
Jaffna, at the very top of the island nation of Sri Lanka, is famous for the Jaffna Fort, built by the Portuguese in 1618, and today, still a watchtower. Visiting the city and taking the beautiful train
Returning to Fukushima Province after the disastrous nuclear power plant meltdown, you wouldn’t even know it had happened. None of the people there want to talk about it, instead, they prefer to show off their soba noodles and handicrafts from ancient times.