Tárcoles, Costa Rica: Crocodile Safaris, Birding Tours, and More

Tárcoles offers many recreation options and wildlife viewing opportunities. Take a zipline tour of the jungle canopy, enjoy a thrilling crocodile safari in the estuary, or keep an eye out for the more than 400 species of birds that inhabit the area. In addition to sharing tour information, author Christopher P. Baker recommends where to stay and eat in Tárcoles.

Birdwatching on Florida’s Gulf Coast

It’s an exciting time for birders in Florida! There are many places that offer excellent birdwatching opportunities, such as the Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge. Learn more about where to go to spot birds in the Sunshine State.

Belize’s Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary

A 33-mile drive from Belize City, or a little over an hour by bus, the island village and wildlife sanctuary of Crooked Tree are primary destinations for serious bird-watchers. Lily Girma provides an overview of Crooked Tree, including information on hiking, lagoons, and the annual cashew festival.

Cumberland Island National Seashore in The Golden Isles

Not only one of the richest estuarine environments in the world, Cumberland Island National Seashore is quite simply one of the most beautiful and romantic places on the planet. Read on to learn about the history of Cumberland Island and to discover all the essentials for planning a trip.

Hiking, Biking, and Bird-Watching in Leeward O‘ahu

Expert Kevin Whitton points you toward the best trails for hiking and biking, as well as the top spot for bird-watching, in leeward O‘ahu. Here’s where to go and what to bring to best enjoy these activities in and around the Ka‘ena Point State Park.

Spend a Week in the Florida Keys

First-time visitors to the Florida Keys should set aside at least a week to experience the best that these legendary islands—plus the gateway areas of Miami and the Everglades—have to offer. Author Laura Martone shares an exciting itinerary to help you plan your time.