Writer and family traveler Robin Borrud shares her ideas on the importance of traveling with children. During her quest to find the perfect trip that incorporated environmental and community consciousness, she found The Village Experience. This is her story.
The Green River Music Festival wrapped up another successful year this year, but the festival wasn't only successful in entertaining music lovers. It also pushed the envelope with its new sustainability initiatives. Brianne Miers has the story.
Game of Thrones is wrapping up its sixth season and with a less expensive Pound Sterling, more people are planning trips to its filming sites in Ireland. However, there is much more to see of the dramatic northern coast. Mark Laiosa investigates.
Its crumbling ruins are so remote that time itself considered leaving them behind. Its mystical fortresses tower over rice paddies and rural villages. It is Mrauk U, the enchanting capital of the old Arakan kingdom.
The Galapagos islands have become an increasingly popular destination as over 200,000 visitors have walked through their designated areas in recent history. But that doesn’t mean that travelers should stay away. It just means that taking extra time to plan a trip is more important than ever.
This year on July 4th, communities across the United States will be celebrating the commitment, dedication and sacrifice that has taken place over the last 241 years to make America the country it is today as well as the tenacity needed to continue to shape it into an even greater nation. In an effort to continue to strive for that brighter future, we've thought of a few gifts to give America on her birthday this year.
The best way to explore a destination is to walk it. And if your destination is Japan, Walk Japan is who you want to explore it with. This tour company is all about authenticity, sustainability and fun! Georgina Wilson-Powell takes a closer look.
No matter how many times I blinked, I couldn’t clear the fog from my vision to see the hulking mass that was barreling toward me. Six foot waves were closing in on us from the right side of our kayak. I jabbed my paddle into the gut of the wave as it toppled over us. Pulling hard on the handle, we sailed up through the top of the wave and rode down behind. Shaking from fear and nausea, I braced myself for the struggle ahead...