While we’re unable to travel, symbolic adoptions are a way to engage with far-flung fauna, including lemurs, coqui and red pandas.

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Snowshoeing, which is growing in popularity, is simple, affordable and “charmingly old school.”

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While we’re unable to travel, symbolic adoptions are a way to engage with far-flung fauna, including lemurs, coqui and red pandas.

Miles4Migrants uses donated points and frequent flyer miles to help displaced people worldwide.

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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.

The change reflects an effort to both stay afloat financially and offer regional travelers close-to-home getaways.

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  • Perspective

If you’re going for it, take precautions. The pandemic still adds serious risk to travel.

Mixing up these seven states’ signature cocktails can give you an in-home taste of the local flavor.

  • Liza Weisstuch
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On a Saranac Lakes canoe trip, the scenery that inspired Winslow Homer is a picture-perfect backdrop for camaraderie and adventure.

  • David Brown
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Recent referendums in Oregon and D.C. have buoyed the hopes of supporters keen on the fungi’s therapeutic aspects.

  • Jen Rose Smith
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Many of the cross-country ski areas in the United States are within an hour’s drive of cities.

  • Erin E. Williams
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The Jamaican hotelier also founded the Beaches resorts, the Jamaica Observer newspaper and the now-defunct Air Jamaica

  • Phil Davison
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  • Perspective

Extended trips add to worries about what’s left behind and what lies ahead.

A compact roomette provides bucolic views and excellent service for long-distance travelers.

  • Scott Butterworth
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In 1962’s “Travels with Charley: In Search of America,” the Nobel Prize-winning author chronicled an autumn on the road with his dog.

  • Melanie D.G. Kaplan
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“Intangible” treasures from countries including Zambia, Singapore and Malta are among 2020’s new additions.

  • Liza Weisstuch
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  • Perspective

Whether travelers should have to document vaccination is another question raised by the pandemic.

Three Italian bakeries show how the Christmas staple is made.

The travel media company asked notable writers to share their favorite sites in the country.

Friends and family? Yes. Heart-stopping highways, small airplane seats and other people’s coronavirus protocols? Not so much.

  • Liz Langley
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Canine companions enhance the journey, be it near or far.

  • Walter Nicklin
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Woolen pullovers make long-lasting souvenirs that carry history and tradition.

  • Karen Gardiner
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