Three travelers trekking in the Andes along the Salcantay route to Machu Pichhu.

A Beginners’ Guide to Trekking Peru

Peru is one of the world’s top trekking destinations, and the Inca Trail is Peru’s number one trek. Here’s how to get started planning, the best times to go, and other practicalities.

Light filters through a window into a glass bauble shaped like the sun.

Avoiding Heat-related Health Issues in Tucson

Whether you’re shopping in the streets or hiking in the hills, Arizona’s incessant sun can quickly become dangerous for the unprepared. Learn to recognize the symptoms of heatstroke and other travel safety tips.

Black sea urchins with long spines cluster on the ocean floor near a coral formation.

Bites and Stings in Belize

Thousands of people dive in Belize’s Caribbean and hike its forests every day of the year without incident. This guide is only to let you know what’s out there, not to scare you into remaining in your resort.

A stunning sunrise over the Grand Canyon.

Essential Information about Driving in the Grand Canyon

For the most part, driving in Grand Canyon National Park is relatively easy—so easy that it can lead to a false sense of security. Here are some key tips to make your drive a successful one, including information on backcountry driving, road conditions, and where to fill up your tank.

A golden colored iguana moves across a white pebbled beach.

Getting around the Galápagos Islands

Getting around the Galápagos is easier than it used to be. You don’t need to worry if you’ve booked a tour already, but for other travelers, here’s how to get around by air, by boat, by bus, and on foot.