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For centuries, 3,200-square-mile Lake Titicaca, which straddles the Peru-Bolivia border at the dizzying height of 12,500 feet, has been a cradle of... Read More

In an informal poll, we asked women travelers to tell us about their concerns when they're on the road on their own, and the places around the globe... Read More

Everest, Denali, K2—the very names of these mountains command awe and respect, both from mountaineers who brave the elements to reach their summits and... Read More

Where do adventure travel, philanthropy, and 700-thread-count sheets meet?Lots of unexpected—and beautiful—places, thanks to the new alliance between... Read More

High in the Andes mountains between 12,000 and 16,000 feet lies the altiplano, a region of dry bunchgrass and ice-fed bogs called bofedales, a land that... Read More

See our slideshow of 20 Life-Changing Trips. ... Read More

The haciendas of South America are a varied lot. In Chile, travelers can sip a local Cabernet while staying at a 19th-century winery; farther north,... Read More

Lima sprouts from the arid Atacama Desert, which, seen in the morning light, is a vast brown ... Read More

Intimate river cruises are becoming increasingly popular and luxurious. Next month, the 12-stateroom Aqua (866/603-3687; aquaexpeditions.com; four-day... Read More

Ever since she accompanied her grandfather,  Jacques Cousteau, on an Amazonian expedition aboard the legendary Calypso at age 9, Céline Cousteau, now 36... Read More

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