The author took his 12-year-old son on a four-day hike through a Grand Canyon landscape that forgives few mistakes.

  • John Briley
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“Vaccination vacations” have almost certainly played a role in the ongoing recovery of the travel industry, but the opportunity is fleeting.

The author took his 12-year-old son on a four-day hike through a Grand Canyon landscape that forgives few mistakes.

  • John Briley
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Tequila sunrise, anyone? As space tourism blasts off, experts contemplate the possibilities of an outer space check-in.

  • Liz Langley
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Unable to secure appointments locally, people are traveling to vaccination sites hours away, and sometimes across state lines.

  • Michele Weldon
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  • Perspective

Patience and persistence will help as the world works its way toward normal.

Geological curiosity led me to an 18th-century quarry — and a history-rich pandemic day trip.

  • Walter Nicklin
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Turneffe Flats in Belize also offers snorkeling, diving and kayaking in a conservation-minded model.

  • Chris Santella
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The pandemic has caused a spike in viewership of these journeys, which include trips through stunning mountain vistas and crowded cities.

  • Mark Jenkins
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In his 1939 memoir, the author best known for “The Little Prince” chronicles his experiences as a pioneering aviator.

  • Mary Winston Nicklin
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Full immunity kicks in at least two weeks after the last shot; some countries and cruise lines require proof.

  • Perspective

Countries and airlines don’t want you traveling on a passport that’s near expiration.

With warmer weather comes multiday bike adventures. Preparation is the key to a smooth ride.

  • Melanie D.G. Kaplan
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With London under lockdown, gastronomic collectibles from around the world conjure the taste of travel.

  • Will Hawkes
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Advice on multigenerational vacations, domestic and foreign destinations, and cruises.

Small ships lack some of the amenities that larger vessels have, but they do allow for easier social distancing and a more flexible itinerary.

  • Bailey Berg
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  • Perspective

Countries and companies may pay more and more attention to vaccination status.

Focused on key moments in movement history, the guide also includes nearby food, shopping and entertainment options.

  • Kate Silver
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The Ven at Embassy Row expected to take four months. Nearly a year later, the D.C. property welcomed its first guest.

When the country reopens, visitors will be able to help by replanting eucalyptus trees, counting cockatoos or surveying coral growth.

  • Elizabeth Heath
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Therapy, simulations and apps can all help jittery travelers en route to their destinations.

  • Erin E. Williams
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