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12 Hammock-Lovers’ Hideaways

12 Hammock-Lovers’ Hideaways

From $6-a-night secrets to splurge-worthy resorts (and a few free urban oases), here’s where to escape the grind in a hammock.

Ann Abel
Jun 8, 2015
The Freedivers Who Eavesdrop on Whales

The Freedivers Who Eavesdrop on Whales

It's not easy to swim with sperm whales: they're hard to find, hard to reach without adequate diving experience, and they just might swallow you up if you get too close. But how else are we going to crack their complicated language system? A group of rogue freedivers takes the plunge.

James Nestor
Jun 23, 2014
Citizen Philanthropy

Citizen Philanthropy

You're ready to act on those good intentions, but how do you know the organizations you're backing deserve your trust? Here are the 30 best—smartly managed groups with transparent financials, efficient spending, and track records of on-the-ground success.

Kate Siber, The Editors, James Nestor, Scott Carney, William Wheeler, Michael McRae, Tracy Ross, and Alex Heard
Nov 1, 2011
Water Travel Hall of Fame 2010

Water Travel Hall of Fame 2010

Because the heat of summer is upon us, we scoured the globe for the greatest sailing, fishing, paddling, diving, floating, surfing—you get the idea—trips out there. And since you can't always pop over to Indonesia, we picked a few close-to-home adventures, too.

Abe Streep, Grayson Schaffer, Michael Roberts, Kyle Dickman, Brad Melekian, Mark Anders, Jen Schwartz, Sam Moulton, and Will Palmer
Jul 22, 2010
Where the Walking Shark Lives

Where the Walking Shark Lives

It's the antithesis of the bleached-out, overfished reefs that divers find around the world—a place where the sea is still bursting with life, and hope for the ocean endures. Pull on a tank in Indonesia's remote Raja Ampat and witness diving's final frontier.

Bucky McMahon
Jul 8, 2008
Phantom Waters

Phantom Waters

Diving after elusive sea life on the teeming reefs of Indonesia's Celebes Sea

Jeff Greenwald
Aug 8, 2006