A year of national park visits took the author to Yellowstone, Zion, Death Valley and the Grand Canyon.

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The nation’s parks and forests saw record numbers last year, and that’s led to some changes.

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Most people think you need to fly constantly in order to earn miles. You don’t.

  • Jen Ruiz
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Travel fees that were suspended last year are being reinstated, while some governments are imposing new ones.


Can I go and, if so, is it safe to visit? How to navigate the increasing number of travel-information resources.

A year of national park visits took the author to Yellowstone, Zion, Death Valley and the Grand Canyon.

  • Alex Pulaski
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The collection of 30 articles from the magazine’s heyday includes some of the best writers of the 20th century.

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‘Little steps can make you feel more confident in your own ability to teach yourself how to be safe.’

  • Liz Langley
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First things first: Make sure to apply for an extension, or a refund, before the credit expires.

Outdoor art destinations dot the 315-mile-long valley that has long been a picturesque attraction in its own right.

  • Nevin Martell
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Initiatives such as the “Gorilla Highlands Experts” may offer a model for post-pandemic tourism.

  • Henry Wismayer
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High ratings don’t guarantee cleanliness, bedding or even toilet paper, but the right questions ahead of time can ensure everyone is on the same page.

  • Candyce H. Stapen
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These nine apps available on both iOS and Android will help you navigate your next RV trip with ease.

  • Anna Mazurek
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Look for higher prices, but the variables prevent a confident forecast.

International travel buffs are playing it safe as vaccines fail to open the door to travel.

  • Alex Pulaski
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How to choose one of the designated routes? Pick a theme, a type of scenery or both.

For Antarctic expedition cruise operators, conservation is self-preservation.

  • Elizabeth Heath
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A growing body of evidence suggests that time spent near the water is good for your physical and mental well-being.

  • Karen Gardiner
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Health and safety concerns will keep some at home for a while more, some much longer.

Many of the first to be vaccinated, often exhausted health-care workers, were also the first to get back on the road.

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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