Whether you’re after a beachfront campsite, some good juju, or a cabin built for mountain bikers, we’ve got a spring travel deal for you
Finding a bit of quiet is harder than ever
From Patagonia to South Africa to Yosemite, visit some of our favorite places on the planet in real time via these live webcams—and start dreaming of where you want to go when we can travel again
Jeremiah Bishop is still riding strong and staying healthy without a spring race schedule
This world champion says you can get into surf shape without ever catching a wave
A trip to the largest of Hawaii Island's five national and historic parks is a step back in time, a place where two active volcanoes have long altered the landscape. From 1983 to 2018, lava poured into the Pacific Ocean, as it pounded and shaped the craggy shoreline. Today, endangered birds and rare orchids fill the rainforest and grasslands, geological wonders dot the terrain, and sacred cultural sites speak to the park's mythic roots.
Angela Madsen, a three-time Paralympic rower, has a new goal: becoming the oldest woman to row from Los Angeles to Hawaii
The story of how three crewmen lived more than a week in the middle of the Pacific in a wrecked sailboat with almost nothing
We could all take ourselves a little less seriously
Winter is off-season for several world-class destinations, which means lower plane fares and hotel rates. We asked Scott's Cheap Flights for advice on which trips to book.
If you're interested in disaster tourism, these places are packed with adventures and need your dollars more than ever before
Five days after an ad hoc army of volunteer searchers rescued hiker Amanda Eller, the yoga teacher missing for 17 days on Maui, the same crew located missing person Noah "Kekai" Mina just 20 miles away. This time, the ending was not so happy.
Spending a night in paradise doesn’t have to cost as much as a month’s rent back home
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Seeds of Change profiles Dr. Cliff Kapono whose work is defining the future of stewardship in Hawaii.