View of the Futaleufú river winding through the mountains.

Futaleufú: White-Water Rafting and More

With its reputation for world-class white-water rafting, Futaleufú draws outdoor recreationists like a magnet. Get more information on how to get there, outfitters, and other essentials to plan your trip.

Aerial view of Lana‘i's coastline, past an airplane's landing gear.

Getting To and Around Lana‘i

Getting to Lana‘i requires a jump from neighboring Honolulu or Maui. Here’s how by air and sea, along with how to get around the island during your visit.

Red TransMilenio buses in Bogotá, Colombia.

Getting Around Colombia by Airplane, Bus, and Car

Expert author Andrew Dier offers in-depth advice on getting around Colombia by airplane, bus, and car–even by motorcycle and bicycle, if you’re considering it–including carriers and prices, when and how to purchase tickets, peak times to watch out for, how to stay safe while traveling, and recommendations based on your destination.

Plan a Visit to El Bolsón, Argentina

El Bolsón, Argentine Patagonia’s counterculture capital, may be the place to replace your faded tie-dyes. It’s also a beauty spot in a fertile valley between stunning longitudinal mountain ranges ideal for hiking. Here are highlights for travelers, along with information to help plan your visit from getting there to what to see and do.

TheBus in Waikiki is an easy way to get around.

Getting Around Waikiki

There are plenty of options for vehicle rentals from budget to luxury rides when it comes to getting around Waikiki, as well as taxis and limos, and there’s always the bus in a pinch. Here are all your options.

Parque Nacional Conguillío, Chile.

Visit Parque Nacional Conguillío in the Chilean Lakes District

Directly east of Temuco, 3,125-meter Volcán Llaima’s smoldering crater is Conguillío’s most eye-catching feature. Since colonial times, Chile’s second most active volcano has recorded dozens of violent eruptions. Plan a visit to this UNESCO biosphere reserve that abounds with dozens of other lava flows, secondary cones, alpine lakes, river canyons, and the Araucaria forest that it was created to protect.

A view of Toronto from the Ward's Island Ferry.

Visiting the Toronto Islands

Just a short ferry ride across the harbor from downtown, the Toronto Islands in Lake Ontario are the city’s backyard. Learn about the different islands and plan to escape the urban bustle by lounging at the beach, cruising around by bike or kayak, or having a picnic.