Can Black Travelers Find Themselves in India, Too?
A photographer discovered, on a trip to Rajasthan, that the answer is a resounding yes.
For Black Americans, a Heritage Trip to West Africa Can Be Life-changing
African Americans have lately gravitated toward ancestral homelands like Benin, Ghana, and Togo. Special planning helps these heritage travelers have a positive experience.
Chile's Aysén Region Is a Dreamscape of Towering Mountains, Crystalline Lakes, and Sublime Glaciers
Patagonia is well known as one of the world’s natural wonders. But within it lies Aysén, a territory so remote and untrodden, international visitors are only now waking up to its charms.
Saunas, Northern Lights, and Plenty of Winter Adventure in Finnish Lapland
In Finland's far north, you’ll find the classic cues of winter at every turn. But there’s more beneath the frozen surface.
How to Plan a Family Adventure Vacation None of You Will Ever Forget
An A-List travel advisor with over 35 years of experience building family itineraries weighs in.
Mt. Everest Finally Has an Official Height After Years-long Dispute Between China and Nepal
The two countries announced that Mt. Everest is officially 29,032 feet tall, three feet taller than previously considered.