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Solo travel is becoming an increasingly popular choice for travelers, according to data from Airbnb.The home booking site revealed that the... Read More

Countries around the world can vary greatly when it comes to their tipping practices.While most Western nations expect you to tip, tipping may not be... Read More

You probably don't need another reason to go to Brazil (gorgeous beaches, vibrant cities, wonderfully friendly locals, and the sheer craziness of... Read More

This story originally appeared on RealSimple.com. Spending hours bingeing on a favorite or new show is now a part of everyday life. We’re not strangers... Read More

This story originally appeared on FoodandWine.com. Over the past 17 years, Anthony Bourdain has traveled to over 50 different countries while filming... Read More

Officials from Brazil announced last week that the crisis over the Zika virus had ended in the country: The number of cases of Zika in Brazil this year... Read More

Selena Gomez has been spotted in exotic locales across the globe lately, traveling everywhere from South America to Europe in the last few months.The... Read More

After walking more than 6,500 miles from his hometown of Toronto, 39-year-old Anton Pilipa was found in the Amazon city of Manaus in... Read More

Bob Marley once sang that “life is one big road with lots of signs.” If he was singing about the biggest, he must've meant the Pan-American Highway. ... Read More

London After the controversial Brexit vote, the pound slid against the dollar, making the United Kingdom more affordable. The Langham is offering... Read More

When you're traveling with family, not any destination will do.While a quiet seaside resort could be the perfect getaway for two, it could prove too... Read More

2016 is set to be a record year for U.S. travelers.According to National Travel and Tourism Office, the rate of Americans traveling abroad has increased... Read More

Leopard Seals in Antarctica How to Spot OneThe safest viewing is from a Zodiac, though a few companies like Oceanwide Expeditions offer diving... Read More

With travel and gifts and eating out, the holidays can get expensive quickly.Just how expensive can vary widely depending on where you're spending the... Read More

In Sunday night’s episode of “Parts Unknown,” Anthony Bourdain explored the growing Brazilian city of Belo Horizonte, in Minas Gerais.It’s one of the... Read More

Here’s a dream many travelers share: sailing down the longest river in the world. Of course, you’d need a little help. Spanning nearly 4,345 miles... Read More

For extremely brave travelers who like to cross superlatives off the bucket list, there's a bizarre creature you can find only in the swampy... Read More

Ben Hooper is determined to swim across the Atlantic Ocean.The 38-year-old British man left Senegal on Sunday to swim all the way to the coast of Brazil... Read More

The “David Bowie Is” exhibition is the first international retrospective on the artist’s life and career, and is now officially the most-visited exhibit... Read More

Why take a mini-moon or a week-long honeymoon when you and your new life partner can celebrate the nuptials with an entire year-long adventure?Luxury... Read More

Brazil’s government is considering waiving visas for tourists from the United States, Canada, Australia, and Japan, as part of an effort to make the... Read More

After months of health precautions, dozens of media reports and a few controversial social media posts, the Rio Olympics has concluded Zika-free,... Read More

While the United States gymnastics team may have spent the days leading up to the Olympics training day and night, they spent the day of the closing... Read More

This story originally appeared on time.com. Put the 2016 Olympics in the books. The Rio Games have offered world records, graceful moments,... Read More

There were plenty of history-making moments at this year’s Olympics. As Rio 2016 comes to an end take a trip back in time and check out the most... Read More

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