A road trip in Utah is a journey of otherworldly vistas, colorful history, and diverse natural life – all wrapped up in the rugged trappings of the Old West. This is one rambling
There must be something about Waiheke. The sea-ringed speck of land – a short ferry ride from downtown Auckland – keeps bubbling up in the travel press as one of the world’s
Watch out, Whistler. Take note, Tahoe. Step aside, Telluride. There is a rising star on the mountain scene: Whitefish, Montana. Whitefish, Montana is an alpine getaway that truly has
Wharekauhau Country Estate is a luxury guest lodge and working sheep and cattle station located on the southern-most tip of the North Island of New Zealand. In New Zealand’s indigenous
The great white shark: is there any more feared creature in nature? It is time for a reality check.
In 2014, I had lofty ambitions to walk from Mexico to Canada, 2,700 miles, in 102 days, on the Pacific Crest Trail. As it turns out, the days were longer than I expected and so was the
We round a stand of brush at an easy trot. The guide, at the lead, signals a halt. I comply, and look past him to the watering hole ahead.
Picture a beauty pageant. The finalists are San Francisco, Sydney, Hong Kong and Cape Town. So who is the winner? Certainly, all of the contestants have physical appeal in spades. But
Menorca is a destination that floats largely below the tourist radar screen. Decidedly calmer than its flashy Balearic sisters, Ibiza and Mallorca, Menorca is, for the most part, an island of
We had been driving on Vancouver Island for less than an hour when we spotted our first bald eagle. The great bird was serenely surveying his domain from a perch in a towering roadside cedar.
Peuma Hue means ‘Place of Dreams’ in the language of the indigenous Mapuche people of southwestern Argentina. Certainly, the name Peuma Hue sets a pretty lofty standard of