Havana Neighborhood Highlights

Each neighborhood in Havana has its own unique flavor, especially when it comes to their sights and histories. To make your explorations easier, here’s a quick roundup of the highlights of each.

Small waterfall in a dense tropical rainforest near Capurgana, Colombia.

Hiking in Capurganá and Sapzurro, Colombia

Hiking is plentiful in and around Capurganá and Sapzurro–many hikes are simple enough to take on your own, but for some you’ll want a guide. Here’s everything you need to know, from prepping for your hike to places to relax along the way.

A pair of bicycles resting against a barrier in Sydney's Centennial Park.

Biking Around Sydney

Take in Sydney’s historic sights and cycle across the Sydney Harbour Bridge with an experienced guide, head to the mountains, or simply enjoy a casual ride on your own. Here are tours, guides, and popular biking areas, along with rental shops.

The vast salt flats of Badwater Basin are the lowest point in North America at 282 feet below sea level.

The Best of Death Valley in One Day

If you only have one day to spend in Death Valley, this driving tour of the park will help you experience some of the most iconic sights, stretch your legs, and even enjoy a back-road adventure. Fill your gas tank before entering the park, and be sure to have plenty of food and water on hand, as services are limited.

Pueblito archeological site in Parque Nacional Natural Tayrona.

Plan a Visit to Colombia’s Parque Nacional Natural Tayrona

Perhaps the best known national park in Colombia, the Parque Nacional Natural Tayrona encompasses gorgeous beaches, tropical rainforests, and archaeological sites. Learn about the plants and animals that make up the park’s stunning visuals along with key information for planning your visit.

Old Bank Building, Rhyolite Ghost Town in Death Valley, California.

Discover Death Valley National Park

Death Valley may be as close as you get to visiting another planet. Its sculpted sand dunes, crusted salt flats, towering rocks, and polished marble canyons will make you consider your place in the universe. Learn about the Valley’s spectacular sights and the secrets that draw visitors by the thousands.

A pair of Magellanic penguins at Punta Tombo, Argentina.

The Penguin March of Punta Tombo

On barren South Atlantic shores, some 200,000 pairs of Magellanic penguins waddle ashore every austral spring to nest on only 210 hectares at Punta Tombo. Learn about the Área Natural Protegida Punta Tombo and its staggering amount of both penguin and human visitors.