The Faroe Islands are an outdoor enthusiasts dream destination. Besides hiking, it's spectacular for horseback riding, fishing, cliff jumping and much more.
From giving to charitable foundations to participating in the Buy Now, Stay Later program, there are many ways to help conservation and communities in Africa.
Bonefishing is widely regarded as the most exciting forms of fly-fishing, and Andros, Bahamas, is known as the "Bonefishing Capital of the World."
In contrast to Nassau, Andros is the least developed of the Bahamian islands. Its Tongue of the Ocean attracts scuba divers and fishermen from around the world.
The ultimate way to fly-fish for Bahamian saltwater species is aboard the 74-foot Eleven Experience yacht, with its three staterooms and a private chef.
Amangiri will soon be augmented by Camp Sarika, a cluster of 10 spacious one- and two-bedroom tented pavilions, five minutes from the main lodge.
Salina, which hosts our recommended hotels in the Aeolian Islands, provides a good base for day trips to the other more-remote islands in the archipelago.
Our writer visited the island of Salina, in Italy's Aeolian Islands, with the help of a guide, who had deep knowledge of its history, geology and architecture.
Jack's Camp, a collection of tents set at the edge of the vast Makgadikgadi salt pan, in Botswana, will be reopened after a complete rebuilding.
Of the four Balearic islands, Menorca is known for having the best beaches. Here are seven, ranging from the white sand variety to remote rocky shorelines.
Malawi has had its wildlife reserves replenished. Two lodges have opened there, appealing to those who miss the wild and empty Africa of 40 years ago.
There may be no greater adventure on this planet than diving into the 70 percent of it that is water. Here are 12 properties where the diving is extraordinary.
Fans of San Miguel’s colonial architecture, fine restaurants and mild climate will find much to love about Puebla. Founded in 1531, it feels much less touristy.
Much of the uplifting wildlife news of 2019 wouldn’t have been possible without the support of travelers. Here are six positive stories that show a way forward.
Here are a few of the places — some familiar, some unfamiliar — that you will likely be hearing more about in the year to come.
Several life-changing adventures marked 2019 as an unforgettable year in travel. Here are our Editors' Choice Awards for best travel experiences.
One of the best reasons to travel is for the memories. Here are seven experiences from the past year that will live with us for decades to come.
Follow in the footsteps of our editors. Covering Africa and Asia, the American South and the Southwest, these are our top 10 itineraries of 2019.
Mara Plains Camp has been joined by a glamorous sibling, Mara Nyika Camp, located beside a stream and surrounded by yellow fever trees on 50,000-acres in Kenya.
Vancouver Island has a rich history influenced by the gold rush and timber industry. Here are the three destinations that provide glimpses into its past.
Silversea now offers Arctic voyages through both the Northwest and Northeast passages, where cruise-goers can see spectacular scenery and wildlife.
Located just 30 minutes north of Victoria on Vancouver Island, the spectacular 135-acre Butchart Gardens surpassed our expectations.
These 8 bike tours are the trips that lifelong cyclists dream about taking, from luxury tour companies with sterling reputations.
The restored Machrie hotel on the Isle of Islay, in the Scottish Hebrides, is a new addition to the American golfer’s bucket list.
Willie Campbell was a successful golfer in Scotland who became an expert club- and ball-maker. He went on to become a course architect who designed the Machrie.
Discover the top fly-fishing lodges worldwide. These top-tier properties include fishing, food and breathtaking views.
A detour to Snow Canyon State Park proved to be a highlight of our writer’s trip to the Southwest. Enjoy this video from his day amid the petrified dunes.
Prosperous Chile offers geographic diversity in the form of the Atacama Desert, fertile wine valleys, snow-covered peaks, trout streams and Pacific fjords.
Horseback riding, rafting down Class IV and V rapids, hooking monster trout, trekking through national parks: Chilean Patagonia has all that and more.
Dedicated to reforestation initiatives and expanding gorillas’ natural habitat, Singita has opened Kwitonda Lodge in Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda.