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Get Inspired With Moon's Most Recent Travel Articles

It’s a big world out there. Deciding where you’d like to travel is hard enough, then you’ve got to figure out when and how. That’s where we come in. Here are our four most recent travel articles to inspire you.

The arcade at Convent Santo Domingo in Oaxaca City.

Where to Go in Oaxaca

The best thing to do in Oaxaca is explore. The city of Oaxaca has a rich downtown area with plenty of architecture and handicrafts (a theme continued throughout the state) as well as galleries and museums. Outside the city, outdoor adventure and cultural immersion rule.

Enjoy a spectacular sunset over Playa El Tunco.

The Best of El Salvador in 14 Days

If you have two weeks, you have enough time to get in all the best that El Salvador has to offer. From the western beaches of the Pacific Coast, through the ruins, volcanoes, and quaint, colorful towns of Ruta de Las Flores, into the hidden gems of San Salvador and beyond, expert author Jamie Jacques gives you everything you need for a memorable trip.

The dive site known as China Walls is a vertical wall that drops off the south side of Koko Head and reaches down to depths of 75 feet.

Diving in Southeastern O‘ahu

Diving in southeastern O’ahu is stellar, with a handful of complete dive shops offering sales, rentals, and dive excursions at a range of prices. The wealth of dive sites includes the area known as China Walls, a deep vertical wall drop with countless nooks and crannies, and several wreck sites now home to dozens of species.

Blueberry pancakes at Koa Pancake House.

Where to Eat in Kane’ohe and Points North

Kane‘ohe and further onward haven’t been largely altered by tourism, the proof being that you won’t find any fine dining restaurants or chic clothing boutiques. Instead, Kane‘ohe is littered with local and national fast-food chains and small and simple ethnic eateries.