In Japan, forgo the hotel and stay in a ryokan
Booking a traditional inn means premium hospitality: authentic food, hot-spring-relaxation, even slippers.http://img.washingtonpost.com/rf/image_296h/2010-2019/WashingtonPost/2015/01/21/Travel/Images/ryokan-0031421859611.jpg 248 296
The winter is bushwhacking season, when you can find things unseen during greener months.
Yoga classes, Buddhist teachings and hikes to Hindu temples in the adoptive home of the Dalai Lama.
The Travel team’s picks on what to get every globe-trotter on your holiday shopping list.
The first Homestead opened in 1766. The current building is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
This otherworldly chain in the Atlantic is known for its beauty, traditions and being shrouded by a perpetual cloud of fog.
The region is the major distilling region in Australia.
The islands of Vanuatu, a unique vacation destination, offer unspoiled tropical landscapes and friendly locals.
The Middle Fork of the Salmon River offers plenty of fun for rafters and anglers.
The Bahaman island features a park that is home to 60,000 flamingos and more than 130 other bird species.
Namibia is one of the least densely populated areas in the world, with 20 percent of its land protected.