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Traveling to the Caribbean during Covid-...

CNN Staff (CNN) — If you’re planning on traveling to the Caribbean islands, here are some resources to help you plan your trip during the Covid-19 pandemic. The first thing to keep in mind is that the Caribbean Sea region is made up of 13 independent island nations. There are even more overseas territories. Each […]

Tourism gains ground after 2020 losses >...

This story first appeared in the February 21 print edition of the GSA Business Report By Teri Errico Griffis and Molly Hulsey Visitors to South Carolina haven’t changed, but what they’re looking for on vacation has changed since the pandemic began. Outdoor recreation is key for vacationers, and they’re looking south with year-round activities, said […]

Build the Perfect Everglades Adventure –

There’s a spectacularly adventurous yet oddly calming way to experience Southwest Florida: the Everglades. For adventurous outdoor enthusiasts, the Everglades is an adrenaline-pumping paradise, and at the same time, a place to reconnect with your inner self and experience quiet solitude. What many people don’t realize until they visit this World Heritage Site is its […]

Go stargazing in the Blue Mountains, snu...

Along this route, the Royal National Park is a 50-minute drive from Sydney and is a must-see due to its soaring rock formations, scenic rock pools, towering waterfalls, dense rainforest, breathtaking views of the ocean, its vast beaches and its natural flora. and wildlife. Other highlights include Kiama for its coastal walkways and famous blowhole […]

48 hours in Golden Bay

Unless you grew up in the Tasman region, Golden Bay is remarkably out of the way. It’s the most northerly corner of the South Island where the bay looks like a fish hook from space, and it’s only really accessible by a long drive, boat ride or stroll. several days through the neighboring national parks […]

Six friends fined thousands of dollars f...

Breadcrumb Links News Local News Federal prosecutor Ian McFadgen told the court that rangers at Pacific Rim National Park learned that a group of men were on the West Coast Trail without the required permits. Permits weren’t being issued at the time because of COVID, he said. Publication date : February 13, 2022 • 27 […]

Utah senator blocks internment camp desi...

FILE – A sign stands at the entrance to Camp Amache, January 18, 2015, the site of a former World War II Japanese-American internment camp, in Granada, Colorado, on the eve of the 80th anniversary of the force internment of 120,000 Japanese-Americans at the start of World War II, Republican U.S. Senator Mike Lee of […]

Australia is open – Here are six tours t

Vaccinated Americans will be able to travel to Australia without quarantine from February 21, 2022. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison made the announcement on Monday, continuing the country’s staggered reopening plan after COVID-19. Morrison, who stressed that all travelers should be fully immunized, specifically mentioned boosting the country’s tourism industry with the move. “I know […]

Top 7 Things To Do In The Florida Keys B...

Share the article Last update 4 hours ago The Florida Keys are one of the most popular vacation destinations in the United States and for good reason, one of the best-known features of this sunny destination are the beaches. And while the islands are home to amazing beaches, that’s not all they have to offer. […]

G Adventures has up to 25% off its globa...

The international travel company is slashing prices for its small-group trips to its global destinations, from gorgeous Sicily to beautiful Bali. Whether you’re looking to tick some travel hotspots off your to-do list this year or want to fly for less, we’ve got you covered. We’ve rounded up some of the best holiday deals featured […]

Top 10 US destinations to visit in sprin...

Blooming flowers, warm weather, lush green landscapes and longer days are all signs of spring. It’s a great holiday because it’s a season where everything seems to grow back and rejuvenate. America has a plethora of spring activities to offer and warm weather perfect for outdoor pursuits. However, with so many places to visit, individuals […]

Aramark invites visitors to return to na...

PHILADELPHIA CREAM–(BUSINESS WIRE)–As travelers begin to book destinations for spring and summer, Aramark, the award-winning dining and hospitality partner of National and State Parks, is pleased to announce the reopening of seasons, new renovations and outdoor programs that allow vacationers to explore pristine natural landscapes while learning about regional history and experiences. From deserts to […]

5 Reasons Why “Shoulder Season” Is The B

Traveling during a shoulder season can mean lower prices and easier access to popular restaurants and destinations. (Adobe Stock image) Dragan Radojevic In many ways, travel in 2021 has been more difficult than it was in 2020. As travel demand has returned, hospitality staff have often not been sufficient, leading to long waits at airports, […]

Historical, hip and vibrant, Turkey is s...

As a world traveler, I had put a destination on hold until three things lined up: finances, timing, and motivation. But with rumors of a travel ban on the horizon, I accepted the reality that money burns, time melts and memories are the only impressions we can stamp on our minds. Before masked smiles and […]

5 reasons why ‘shoulder season’ is the b

In many ways, travel in 2021 has been more difficult than it was in 2020. As travel demand has returned, hospitality staff have often not been sufficient, leading to long waits at airports, hotel check-in counters and restaurants. The eye-catching travel deals seen in 2020 have mostly disappeared, giving way to price increases, like soaring […]

10 Fabulous Things To Do In Historic Sal...

Like most New England seventh graders who read the crucible, I visited Salem on college witch trial themed field trips. I didn’t realize it at the time, but as big as this perfect storm of xenophobia, misogyny and greed has been, it only represents 15 months of the city’s history. Now that I’ve been there […]

Point Reyes elk, ranch plan violates fed...

Environmental groups filed a complaint on Monday alleging that the Point Reyes National Seashore land management plan violates federal law. The plan extends the length of time commercial cattle ranchers can lease land and allows staff to shoot some of the park’s elk. The trial was expected after the controversial plan was approved in September. […]

7 amazing things to do in Montana De Oro...

The high cliffs that line the cobalt blue waters of the Pacific Ocean will likely be the first feature you notice when you arrive at the magnificent Montaña de Oro State Park located along the central California coast. And certainly, with its viewpoint near the iconic Pacific Coast Highway 1, the views of the park […]

Apps for travelers dreaming of their nex...

While travel is loaded amid the rise of the Omicron variant, people are still dreaming of their next getaway. There are even new apps to make travel planning and enjoyment easier. A number of these were introduced (and some old favorites updated) when travel was at a standstill. Wondering which one to try? Here’s a […]

A year of extreme weather in the America...

Even before the summer heatwaves sent temperatures soaring across the west, the lake beds had already started to give way to cracked and dried up earth. Rings appeared around reservoirs where water levels fell to historic lows, verdant hills took on brown hues, and trees turned to tinder in forests ready to burn. The conditions […]

9 reasons Aruba is a great destination f...

“A Happy Island” for visitors and retirees alike: Snowbirding in Aruba for a quick 2-week outing to the freezing north is the perfect excuse to sample Aruba’s wonderful all-inclusive resorts. Snowbirds can stay up to 90 days for a longer thaw and completely miss winter. This tropical Caribbean island is the answer to all your […]

Wondering where to see the famous Komodo...

The Komodo dragon has long been revered as the supreme predator, but those who are fascinated by it may see one in these destinations. The Komodo dragon may not be as impressive as The Hobbit Smaug or Game of thrones’ Dracarys, but it is the largest extant species of lizard living today. It is part […]

12 things to look forward to in Miami in...

We have come to the end of another strange and unpredictable year. If 2021 was a movie, Miami surely would have been its star. Our resilient city thrived amid challenges and closures: for better or worse, we were one of the few places in the country open for business. We have become a getaway for […]

The best national parks in Cuba

Cuba is home to some of the best protected ecosystems in the Caribbean, which offer visitors a chance to admire natural beauty and native wildlife. Usually associated with the hectic pace of Havana and all-inclusive resorts like Varadero, the island has 14 national parks that aren’t well known – but should be. In reserves across […]

Depot Beach upgrades delight dedicated c...

The very popular Depot Beach Campground in Murramarang National Park has reopened, with all new amenities giving visitors the same great stay with some upgrades. Kane Weeks of the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) said the project was completed just in time to welcome campers again this summer. “With up to 200 people […]

Yellowstone opens for winter travel, end...

FILE – Tour guide Ryan Edmiston gets snowcoach passengers Deborah White and Monica Everett onto the coach on Thursday, January 15, 2016, in Yellowstone National Park. The park’s winter season began on Wednesday, December 15, 2021. (Hannah Potes / The Billings Gazette via AP, File) Hannah friends PA BILLINGS, Mont. Yellowstone National Park opened its […]

Parker McCollum + Priscilla Block to arr...

Two rising country stars are planning a trip to Maine for a show in 2022. The Gold Chain Cowboy is heading our way this winter. Parker McCollum will make his Maine debut, alongside Priscilla Block, in February. Their show at Aura in Portland is scheduled for February 17, 2022. Tickets are on sale now. Parker […]

Boranup Forest tour operators worry abou...

It’s the busiest time of the year for tour operators in southwest Washington, but business has been put on hold for many working in Boranup – where a huge bushfire continues to brew. raging uncontrollably. Key points: Some residents were allowed to return home at night Extent of damage to Boranup Forest remains to be […]

Check out these easy winter adventures i...

This story was originally published in January 2021. With its granite peaks covered in snow and its cliffs adorned with icicles, Acadia National Park is of special beauty in winter. And even though some roads are closed, much of the park remains easily accessible for a variety of outdoor activities such as cross-country skiing, ice […]

Thailand prepares a lasting comeback for...

Koh Phi Phi Ley (Thailand) (AFP) – As travel halted and the world was locked in, in the dazzling blue waters of Thailand’s idyllic Phi Phi Islands, a gentle rebirth was underway. Mass tourism had brought the archipelago, immortalized in Leonardo DiCaprio’s film “The Beach”, to the brink of ecological disaster. Now Thailand is hoping […]

East Kangaroo Island Parks Celebrated Th...

The National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) celebrates eastern Kangaroo Island parks in December as its parks of the month. To celebrate the east end of the island in December, special events and experiences have been planned for Seal Bay, Cape Willoughby Conservation Park, Lashmar Conservation Park and Cape Gantheaume Conservation Park. Locals and visitors […]

8 sunny adventures to experience this su...

Summer is so near that we can just taste it. After an “interesting” year, we honestly couldn’t be more ready to label vitamin D with an epic side of memories. While not much can beat a classic beach day, we have a challenge for you this season – soak up those summer vibes in new […]

Pack Your Booty, Here Are 10 Of The Most...

If you’ve been following for a while you know that we believe we live in one of the most beautiful parts of the world. There really is no better way to explore WA and get closer to its natural beauty than by rolling out a swag or spending the night in a tent. Whether you’re […]

Tour options emerge under revised St. Ki...

Fully vaccinated international visitors arriving by air in St. Kitts and Nevis will have new excursion options tied to cruise ship visits under revised protocols, officials from the Federation of the Two Islands said on Tuesday. As of now, visitors who have completed the 24-hour “vacation on site” period prescribed by the country’s COVID-19 protocols, […]

New sign at Salvo community cemetery aim...

Cape Hatteras National Seashore staff recently installed an educational sign at the Salvo Community Cemetery in Salvo Sound Access. Justin Cook’s “Tide and Time” outdoor exhibit is in the background. Photo: National Park Service Cape Hatteras National Seashore staff recently installed an educational sign at Salvo Sound Access, also known as Salvo Day Use Area, […]

Most National Park Service facilities ar...

The Wright Brothers National Memorial Museum was restored to its original appearance in 2017-18. [Sam Walker photo] Most of the National Park Service facilities on the Outer Banks are open during Thanksgiving week, including the Wright Brothers National Memorial Visitor Center which is open on Thanksgiving Day. This is the last week of the 2021 […]