Street in Río Gallegos after the rain.

Sights and More in Río Gallegos, Argentina

Río Gallegos has a handful of museums, historical landmarks, and other distinctive Magellanic buildings, and a handsomely redeveloped redeveloped waterfront. It’s also the gateway to one of the continent’s largest penguin colonies and several historic estancias open to visitors.

San José del Pacífico, Oaxaca is a little mountaintop town with a tremendous view.

Visiting San José del Pacífico in Oaxaca

Oaxaca’s San José del Pacífico is a little mountaintop town with a tremendous view. The main local diversions are natural, such as basking in the sun and hiking mountain trails to panoramic viewpoints (and a partaking in a particular type of mushroom).

Dancers performing during the Guelaguetza Festival which brings together the indigenous peoples of Oaxaca.

Planning Your Time in Oaxaca City

The city of Oaxaca is both the governmental capital of the Mexican state of the same name and the de facto capital of Mexico’s southern indigenous heartland. Learn about the city and its extraordinary diversity, along with helpful tips on planning your time while exploring.

The mountainous landscape of Panchimalco near San Salvador.

Planning a Trip to El Salvador

Volcano hikes, national parks teeming with birds and butterflies, and a rugged Pacific coastline dotted with secluded getaways make El Salvador an outdoor enthusiast’s dream. Here’s how to plan a trip to this small country, including when to go depending on your interests, transportation, and visa requirements.

The ruins of Monte Alban in Oaxaca.

Discover Oaxaca

The state of Oaxaca offers the best of Mexico, both old and new. It has a vibrant urban city, abundant indigenous arts and handicrafts, renowned native cuisine, fascinating history, natural wonders, and a rich cultural heritage.

Lana‘i's iconic Pu‘u Pehe (Sweetheart Rock). Photo © Robert Bush/123rf.

Discover Lana‘i

It’s hard to find an outdoor playground more stunning than Lana‘i. The arrival of two luxurious resorts instantly transformed the island into one of Hawaii’s most exclusive getaways, but those who choose to explore a little deeper will discover so much more.

A sailboat with a colorful rainbow sail cruises through San Diego's mission bay.

Exploring San Diego

San Diego is a golden-hued playground beckoning thrill-seekers, revelers, and soul searchers with its magnificent sunsets, sparkling waters, and promise of the good life. Explore its coastlines, neighborhoods, and communities.

View of Kauai's coast from the Kalalau Trail.

Na Pali Coast State Park, Kaua‘i

Nature’s wonders all join together in the heavenly and harsh Na Pali Coast State Park. Day-use permits are required past a certain point even if you’re not staying overnight, while camping is strictly regulated. Most areas are accessible only by foot or boat, and more than the basics are needed to camp out here.