How Do I Make the Most of My In-Flight Wi-Fi?
When an unexpected delay forced Neil Saiki, a bicycle designer based in Santa Cruz, Calif., to miss his Delta flight from Zurich to San Francisco, he had no choice but to fork over $250 to change his ticket to the next morning—not to mention another $500 or so to cover the difference for the new fare.
Why did Marriott, a top-three global hotel chain with no particular emphasis on the adventure travel niche, just partner with GoPro to let guests borrow Hero4 cameras at 18 of their Caribbean and Latin American locations?
Sure, you can go to Greece and do nothing more than eat great food and soak in the magnificent landscape, but you'd be missing one of Europe's best adventure hot spots.
Since The Shining’s release in 1980, the Stanley Hotel’s staff has had to explain to quizzical guests (for whom the film is available on a constant loop in their rooms) that there’s no maze, but they have finally decided to do something about it: build one.
Have you ever felt that boarding an airplane was a simple experience? Probably the answer is no—the current process of getting to your seat is a tedious and clumsy circus that resembles of a game of Tetris left unattended.
Pricing snafus can be wonderful things for travelers, but they also reveal that airlines aren’t as vigilant over their databases as they should be.
I’m not used to jumping off the equivalent of a four-story building into a river where the roaring water is frothing below, and my brain kept trying to stop me. But eventually jumping off of waterfalls got easier—and fun!
If you live anywhere in America, the truth is you really don’t need to hop on a plane to find an awesome outdoor adventure.
Gate agents are the last airline employee before boarding who might be able to fix problems with your flight. But what is—and what is not—within their power?
Good news for anyone who loves high-heart-rate recreation, brilliant scenery and a little bit of history—The National Park Service is starting 2015 off by establishing seven new national parks in eight different states and the District of Columbia.
It’s as social as any bar—chatting up the day’s snowy adventures seem that much more dramatic when done relaxing in thermally heated waters.
Sleeping under stars is, simply put, awesome. The last sight you see before drifting off makes you marvel at the immensity of the universe and the beauty of those sparkling glimmers of light.
On the last leg of a recent trip that required a red-eye flight from San Francisco to Minneapolis—then a four-hour drive to the northern woods near Bemidji, Minnesota—I caught my breath as I rounded a curve and spotted lights blinking on a runway: Could I have avoided the bleary-eyed, caffeine-addled drive by flying straight to the base camp for my next adventure?