Travel Guides

Travel Guides

Meet Your Makers: Edmonton

Edmonton is a place filled with talent, known and hidden. It’s been called a center for pioneers, a city that encourages exploration, trailblazing, innovative design, and a return to craftsmanship. Artists and makers can...

What to Know Before Going Into the Wilderness Alone

A trip into the wilderness is always a good idea. To prepare, you’ve done your research and loaded your car with necessities. You’re finally ready to set off for some much deserved R&R. But, as...

Three Days in Paradise: Freeport and Beyond

They say that the water in the Bahamas is so clear and bright that astronauts can see it from space. I wasn’t sure if I believed that until I arrived at my accommodation —...

The American West and Its Wild Places

“As we passed on, it seemed those scenes of visionary enchantment would never have an end.” Meriwether Lewis spoke this sentence in 1804 as he ventured deeper into what was then unknown wilderness. It was...
Pedestrians in a central square in Krakow, Poland

Slow Travel: Taking a Step Back

Have you ever sat in the window seat on an airplane, watching the world below crawl by unassumingly, and wondered what it would be like to wander through those distant landscapes? If you answered...

Everything You Need to Know About Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest — I’m sure you’ve heard of it. The German beer-drinking spectacle held every autumn in Munich. The largest folk festival in the world. The weeks-long party that attracts beer-lovers and revelers from all...

How to Spend a Week in Singapore

Singapore brings to mind images of grandeur — the unmistakable profile of the towering Marina Bay Sands Hotel, the luminescent stalks of Supertree Grove, the curved roof of the Esplanade Concert Hall. But beneath...
A pond surrounded by parkland, Queen's Park, Brighton

A Guide to Brighton’s Best Neighborhoods

Brighton is one of the most vibrant and livable cities on the south coast of the United Kingdom. An easy train ride from central London, it’s the perfect place to escape the hectic capital...
Lines in worn-down limestone

South Africa: A Paleoanthropological Dream

South Africa — a country in which stunning coastlines and the majestic Big Five attract travelers the world over. Visitors who are eager to witness some of the planet’s largest and most elusive animals,...