As the national park reopens, the staff is wary but hopeful, and the geysers keep spouting.
From drive-through exhibits to roaming robot dogs, creative solutions have arisen to meet the need for social distancing.
‘Micro cruises’ offer a human-scale experience with plenty of post-pandemic appeal.
An hour outside Little Rock, taking the waters in a revitalized nineteenth-century spa town.
Make the most of the continent’s extensive rail network on these unhurried scenic routes.
Dubbed ‘ghost cats,’ they are among the most difficult animals to see in the wild.
Air carriers make and — sometimes — enforce rules that have minimal support from federal law.
‘With the World’s Great Travellers,’ an eight-volume collection of 19th-century travel tales, is a window into the past.
Minneapolis and Washington top this year’s ParkScore index by the Trust for Public Land.
Museums replace communal objects with personal kits; touch tanks and petting zoos cautiously return.
Experts advise hiking close to home during the pandemic.
Good planning is the best defense against mindless spending and joy-killing debt.
Try not to mourn the vacations you won’t be taking this summer. We need to get used to traveling less anyway.
During the pandemic, travelers use remote assistance to ask about food, parking and a rug from Iran.
Tents, backpacks and noise-canceling headphones are among the unused travel gadgets being put to use at home.
It’s the right vehicle for a pandemic, but preparation and practice are crucial.
The pandemic underlines the need for more personal space on commercial flights.
Dive-bombed by hornets, lost without a map, upside-down in the rapids and more fond travel memories.
With no income and lost jobs, nature preserves are struggling to fulfill their missions.
About 98 percent of the trail is open, but many restrooms and overnight shelters remain closed.
The hope is that smells associated with cleanliness will help ease visitors’ coronavirus fears.