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While hiking through the flat savannah lands of western Brazil, you emerge from some shade trees and suddenly find yourself just yards away from the... Read More

See the slideshow of the World’s Top 25 Hotels.Who says there aren’t any surprises anymore?Sure, the 25 best hotels on the T+L 500—the annual list of... Read More

Thanks to a few visionaries who are combining modern design with cutting-edge technology, a green building revolution is under way.Spain First up:... Read More

Explore the majestic landscape of Tanzania with Thompson Safaris, a tour operator that specializes in organizing family vacations. Travel through five... Read More

Most travelers have a favorite hideaway. An Italian pensione that never makes its way into the guidebooks, a breezy beach resort that stays just under... Read More

How do we get to Africa from here, and why? Here being the comfortably familiar place where we can drink from a tap, where there's no risk of malaria,... Read More

Flying low over the grass runway, the pilot eyeballs conditions and banks for a turn. He announces cheerily that we'll have to make another pass. "Wild... Read More

In 1992, Ralph Bousfield, his partner Catherine Raphaely, and his father, Jack, were scouting for places to set up a safari camp in the game-filled... Read More

Edited by Amy FarleyWe partnered with Conservation International to develop a comprehensive green-hotel assessment test to learn what properties around... Read More

Hemingway put northern Tanzania (then part of Tanganyika) on the map for safari-goers in the 1930's, but the country's southern region has always been... Read More

We're looking for an alternative to the double-decker bus tour of Manhattan. Can you recommend an off-the-beaten-path tour? —A.W., via e-mailBeyond... Read More

See our slideshow of the World’s Top Aerial Tours.The hum of the single-engine Cessna fills your ears as you ascend above the Peruvian high desert.... Read More

Mexico$145 • VeracruzAs coastal Mexico slowly gives way to a glut of high-rises and libidinous throngs of tourists, a few tucked-away treasures hold... Read More

In 2002, the billionaire commodities trader Paul Tudor Jones embarked upon one of the most ambitious conservation projects in Africa when he leased 340... Read More

ASIAHua Hin, ThailandLike much of the sea pine–dotted coast within a few hours of Bangkok, Hua Hin started out as a little-known village where the... Read More

Golf | ShoppingPALM SPRINGS A getaway for the winter weary, who come for hot days, cool nights, and 100-plus golf courses, Palm Springs is undergoing... Read More

BrazilWhales are frolicking off Praia do Rosa, surfers are taming Florianópolis's breaks, and Grace and I  are enjoying our own aquatic adventure,... Read More

According to Rae Jones of the U.S. Food & Drug Administration, what your mother told you still rings true: washing your hands with soap and water is... Read More

It's hard to get an island all to yourself unless you own one, as Richard Branson does--Necker Island, in the Caribbean--or you're rich enough to empty... Read More

GermanyHefeweizen may be the national mainstay, but the 1809 Berliner Weisse is no ordinary German wheat beer: it has a tart and ultra-tangy flavor. Dr.... Read More

$800 to $1,000 per person per night: that’s currently the average price of an African safari. The continent might be underdeveloped, but its leading... Read More

Who hasn’t fantasized about jetting off to an ultraluxe private isle, like Turtle Island in Fiji, where a staff of 100 caters to the whims of just 28... Read More

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