Discover the top fly-fishing lodges worldwide. These top-tier properties include fishing, food and breathtaking views.
Our writer usually avoids ATV excursions until all other activities have been exhausted, but quad biking in Namibia proved quite fun and memorable.
It may seem like another sleepy Colorado town, but Crested Butte is bursting with things to do, especially if you want to spend your time outdoors.
Bringing the whole family on vacation will always have its challenges, but these three properties excel at entertaining the kids so parents can relax.
On a visit to British Columbia's Okanagan Valley, we had hoped to spend time on British Columbia's Kettle Valley Railway Trail.
Blasting over logs, navigating the surf and ultimately getting tossed overboard -- all in a day's adventure kayaking in Costa Rica.
The islands in Washington's Salish Sea are blessed with scenic parks and nature reserves. Here are my favorite five parks, in order from south to north.
A two-hour trek above the Sacred Valley unveiled Veronica's crenellated glaciers, terraces of the Inca and the indigenous people of Peru.
Travel can provide experiences that are so powerful they prove transformative. Here are Andrew Harper's indelible travel memories from last year.
Vancouver is a cosmopolitan city encircled by water and deep-green mountains. On this trip, it was a priority for me to explore the city's natural surroundings.
The Matterhorn is only the 10th-highest peak in Switzerland, but it is arguably the most dramatic. Here are three classic viewpoints.
The Swiss Alps are crisscrossed by a web of hiking trails that caters to virtually every level of fitness and affords spectacular views of mountain panoramas.
Dotted with tiny villages and ancient stone houses, the Lower Engadine is peaceful and unspoiled, a small fragment of Europe where modernity has yet to intrude.
The pre-Impressionist painter J.M.W. Turner made a series of visits to Switzerland, and few artists have captured it better.
Four national parks in the Rocky Mountains that every traveler should add to their bucket list: Yellowstone, Glacier, Rocky Mountain and Grand Teton.
The Rocky Mountains are rich in year-round recreation offering galleries, fine dining, shopping and the natural beauty of the region itself.
Enjoy a glimpse into these unfamiliar worlds with insight from our on-the-ground destination specialists and a selection of sample jungle itineraries.
The most luxurious way to explore this mountain lake is to arrange for a private motor launch and guide.
About 15 miles from Llao Llao, Cerro Catedral (Cathedral Hill) gained fame as a ski resort, but it offers sensational panoramas at every season.
Andrew Harper shares travel photos and favorite trip experiences from a recent snorkeling trip in Hawaii, featured in the June 2016 Hideaway Report.
New Zealand's mountain scenery is glorious, the food and wine exceptional, there are outstanding golf courses and the trout fishing is incomparable.
The term “Sun Valley” is often used to encompass Sun Valley itself, neighboring Ketchum and Hailey, 12 miles to the south, where the airport is located.
These are the prime snow seasons for ski resorts and cold weather activities around the world.
Tourism began in the pretty Swiss town of Andermatt in 1872 with the debut of the Grand Hotel Bellevue, which attracted visitors to central Switzerland with the promise of clean, invigorating Alpine air during summer and sleigh rides through the snow in winter.
Boston-born Dan Loutrel was a boatbuilder back home in Massachusetts before his love of skiing brought him to Andermatt in 2003.
Yes, it may be a tourist trap, but soaking in the milky blue water of the Bláa lónið (blue lagoon) as the thick mist swirls around you is an enjoyable way to spend a free afternoon in Iceland.
For many fly-fishing enthusiasts, a trip to Iceland is at the top of their priority lists. The country offers more than 100 rivers in which to fish for Atlantic salmon, between June and September each year.
April McAlister, vice president of finance and operations at Andrew Harper, recently returned from a seven-day vacation in Africa.
Few places in the world are as pristine as Iceland. The island was formed on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge less than 18 million years ago, and today, it remains a hot spot of geothermal activity, with innumerable hot springs and geysers, as well as glacial rivers, thundering waterfalls and razor-sharp lava fields.
On April 11, 1909, a group of 66 Jewish families gathered in sand dunes a mile north of the ancient port of Jaffa to divide the patch of barren land that had been purchased on their behalf.