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Where to Go Instead of the Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic offers a combination of outdoor adventure, relaxing beaches, and historical attractions that’s tough to match. For starters, the nation is home to the Caribbean’s highest mountain, Pico Duarte, as well as tropical rainforest, in Punta Cana. And then there’s the fascinating capital city, Santo Domingo, where the Colonial Zone is a designated…

The Best Places to Go Zip-Lining in the World

John Y. Can/Flickr While zip lines are often associated with military boot camps, the aerial runways are typically used by thrill-seeking vacationers these days. Folks choose to soar above trees and fly over beaches to feel like a superhero for a few minutes. And while the jolt of adrenalin may not be enough to plan…

The Top Travel Destinations for 2018

At the end of each year, travel experts across the globe publish much-anticipated lists that aim to excite readers about upcoming travel trends. Our 2018 list spans five continents and urges travelers to explore new cities, try new foods, embrace new cultures, and gain new perspectives. And while there are thousands of destinations around the…

Post-Hurricane Update: Caribbean Destinations You Can (and Should) Still Visit

Beach at the Beaches Negril Resort & Spa/Oyster This year has already witnessed one of the most active hurricane seasons in the Caribbean. Category 5 storms Irma and Maria barrelled through the region, with winds gusting over 200 miles per hour, leaving a trail of destruction in their wake. Popular travel destinations, including Tortola, St.…

Should You Visit Haiti? What You Need to Know Before You Go

The beach at Abaka Bay Resort, on Ile-a-Vache. In Mumbai, travelers can take tours of the Dharavi slums. Guidebooks for Rio de Janeiro have been recommending guided walks through the mountainside favelas for years now. And every day in northern Thailand, busloads of tourists from Chiang Mai roll into villages inhabited by Kayan tribespeople, where…

After the Disaster: How These Popular Tourist Destinations Are Faring

On August 24, 2016, a magnitude-6.2 earthquake hit central Italy, leaving nearly 300 people dead and many more still missing. The quake, which took place 60 miles north of Rome, severely impacted towns like Amatrice, Accumoli, Arquata del Tronto, and Pescara del Tronto. This month, Louisiana also experienced floods that damaged more than 60,000 homes…