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Sperm whales are extra­ordinarily intelligent animals with deep family traditions and the ability to communicate across oceans with sonic clicks. But when Rowan Jacobsen had a close encounter with one in the Caribbean, he saw a creature far stranger than he'd ever imagined.

While a sailing trip is undoubtedly less stressful than the current times, crossing the Atlantic with three other people taught me some important lessons for lockdown

The start of spring is one of the best times to travel, thanks to perfect weather, fun festivals, and a screaming flight deal to the Virgin Islands

Want to avoid the winter blues? These warm adventure remedies are here to help, from mountain biking in Baja to hiking Dominica.

I traveled abroad on a shoestring budget. Here's how I did it—and how you can, too.

They say to spend money on experiences, not things—shouldn't gift giving be the same?

'How to Be a Family' and 'Uncharted' give unvarnished views of family travel from two very different perspectives

For times when you want the surf and sand but not all the hype

If you're interested in disaster tourism, these places are packed with adventures and need your dollars more than ever before

Who says summer camp is just for kids? We rounded up seven escapes made for grown-ups (and a few for their families), plus seven more to entertain the kids while the adults are at play.

Professional boxing has been illegal in Cuba for more than 50 years. That hasn't stopped the country from producing the best fighters in the world.

Spending a night in paradise doesn’t have to cost as much as a month’s rent back home

From deserted beaches to raucous singletrack to ancient Maya ruins, these new adventures and resorts in Central America will warm you up

It's healthier for you and the environment than beef, and it's delicious. So why aren't more Americans eating it?

But be wary. Not all reef-safe sunscreens are created equal.

Devon O’Neil watched from a distance as Irma—one of the strongest storms to ever hit land—battered the Caribbean island of St. John with 200-mile-per-hour winds. Two months later, he returned to the place where he grew up to help clear the wreckage and process the destruction of his former home.

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