Where would you go in the world if you didn't have to pay for accommodation? One writer from Australia named Madolline Gourley has found a clever traveling hack that allows her to exchange cat-sitting services for a place to stay. In doing so, Gourley has been able to hop across Australia and the U.S. by only paying for her airfare.
Sometimes the stress of work can get to be so overwhelming, so it’s nice to get away for a while.
Here's a retirement plan you may not have heard of: spending the rest of your life exploring the world by...
For those looking to Hawai’i for a tropical getaway, Native Hawaiian Lily Hi'ilani Okimura has a message: please don’t come. Okimura regularly posts content about the issues affecting Pacific Islanders, and one recurring topic is tourism. The islands of Hawai’i have long been tourist destinations; in 2019, a record 10.4 million people visited the islands.
Spring is the season where plants come alive.
Italy is full of beautiful cultural cities.
Ever wish you could explore a Star Wars spaceship, practice wielding a lightsaber, or learn to play Sabacc? Disney World’s new Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser gives you the chance to do all of those things, and more, in an adventure where every detail is designed to immerse you in the experience. Like the iconic Star Wars opening crawl, Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser wastes no time establishing the fictional universe.
Bird lovers will want to flock to a new room designed for Sweden's Treehotel. Designed by Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG)
Many of us have had the chance to experience some of the most famous statues around the world.
For 40 years, travel author and television personality Rick Steves has been helping Americans explore the world. And now, he's also reminding them that it's important to think about the governments they help when spending their hard-earned money abroad. In light of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Steves has canceled all 2022 tours that include a stop in Russia.
One of the beauties of aerial photography is the ability to see what's familiar in a whole new way.
While art history comprises countless examples of exceptional art, some works have resonated more strongly than others.