Why one couple couldn’t keep a secluded Caribbean island to themselves

Imagine all the fun of an outdoor blade in a package you can use more often. Put one to use in your kitchen, and it might make cooking dinner feel a little more exciting.

Filmmakers Clemens Krüger, Max Neumeier, Vincent Urban spent three weeks exploring the rich ecosystem of Panama.

There's a moment in a child's life when she's old enough to go on a real trip yet still young enough to want to hang out with her parents. These travel tactics and tools will help you seize that window.

Getting hitched is the ­ultimate excuse to go big on a vacation. Don’t waste it.

Circumnavigate St. John by sail, then revisit the gems with a paddleboard and a towel

Looking for some of adventure on your Caribbean escape? Down for going off the beaten path? Check out these often-overlooked islands that are more than the sum of their white sandy beaches.

Cuba. Where travelers lounge on picturesque beaches, swirl mojitos, dance til sunrise, and cruise back to their hotels in ’57 T-birds. Travelers, yes. But Americans, no. Until 2011, these indulgences were long off limits to U.S. citizens due to a Bay of Pigs–era trade embargo.  But despite the Obama Administration…

These images, from some of Outside's favorite photographers, will make you want to pack your bags and get lost in adventure.

No longer just a party drink quarantined to tiki bars and beach-themed bonfire bashes, artisanal Rum is making a serious comeback.

If you plan to stay at one of those mega-sized all-inclusive resorts where no one bothers to leave the property except to return to the airport, it doesn’t matter which island you’re on. The limbo contests, nightly magician acts, and rum drinks at the tiki bar will all be…

7 breathtaking trips that will leave you fit

Looking for your own private hideaway? This is it.

Outside chooses the top vacation spots of the year

I want some sun, sand, and drinks with umbrellas in them this winter. What are the most overrated and underrated Caribbean destinations?

Michael Wigge has made two trips around the world: For one, he relied on strangers for food and accommodation; for the other, he bartered, trading a single apple for, eventually, a home in Hawaii, which he now owns. We caught up with him before his next adventure.

Gunther Holtorf, a 75-year-old former airline CEO who has driven more than 820,000 kilometers over the past two decades, doesn't care if you remember his travels. But you better respect Otto, his G Wagon that will be placed in a museum if it makes it through this final leg.

What started as a simple idea four years ago finally ended last week when Graham Hughes became the first person to visit all 201 countries without setting foot on an airplane

In a country where a sport that has always represented social rebellion was unlikely to ever be tolerated, a small group of skaters created their own gear with whatever materials they could find—and started a revolution

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