For these summer residents, 14 days of quarantine were a small price to pay for a cherished tradition.

  • Walter Nicklin
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The common practice among travelers can be a source of stress — and happiness.

For these summer residents, 14 days of quarantine were a small price to pay for a cherished tradition.

  • Walter Nicklin
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A jumping-off point for adventure: Houseboats allow travelers both mobility and privacy.

  • Elizabeth Heath
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Highlights

Soaking up history in Arkansas’ Hot Springs National Park

An hour outside Little Rock, taking the waters in a revitalized nineteenth-century spa town.

The 10 best slow trains through Europe

Make the most of the continent’s extensive rail network on these unhurried scenic routes.

How a lifelong obsession with snow leopards led me to northern India  

Dubbed ‘ghost cats,’ they are among the most difficult animals to see in the wild.

Now they’re wondering if they’ll ever join an elite branch of explorers — and if it’s still worth it.

  • Bailey Berg
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  • Perspective

Travel companies will throw credits at you, but in many cases, you’re owed a refund.

Reimagined for online play, a popular L.A. escape room still gives players plenty to puzzle over.

  • Tanya Ward Goodman
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Americans can find refuge in quiet outdoor spaces near home.

  • Alexandra Pecci
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Use your downtime to renew your passport, waterproof your tent and get vaccinated.

Among the lessons learned: Defer to your kids, rely on professionals when you need to, and schedule downtime.

  • Johanna Berkman
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  • Perspective

Companies increase rewards and options for redeeming them, but customers aren’t always buying.

Sequestered in an Edinburgh flat, we exercised, worked on a jigsaw puzzle, ordered groceries and watched the lucky neighbors outdoors.

  • Kathryn Streeter
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Visitors must plan ahead and know the safety measures adopted by tours and attractions.

Understand your plan, download your content, take control of your apps and pack a backup power bank.

  • Melanie D.G. Kaplan
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At reopened resorts, expect to pay in advance, wear a mask and not see other patrons.

  • Elizabeth Heath
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  • Perspective

Some forethought might spare you the indignity of having to “recycle” unwashed clothes.

Dengue fever, curious sharks and parasitic worms make sheltering in place seem downright cozy.

  • Jen Rose Smith
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Passengers and staff face new rules, such as masks, but don’t always comply.

This remote 1,416-square-mile territory boasts the clearest skies in the continental United States.

  • Julia Duin
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Whether your family is traveling by choice or necessity this summer, here’s how to do it as safely as possible.

  • Melody Schreiber
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  • Perspective

Many of the answers depend on how long it takes the U.S. to control covid-19.

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