The village of Stonington on Deer Isle.

Deer Isle and Isle au Haut Travel Planning

Isle au Haut is a remote section of Acadia National Park that’s raw and rugged, beautiful, even breathtaking in parts, a place where it’s easy to feel far removed from civilization. Nearby is Deer Isle, a colony of artists and artisans inspired by these landscapes.

The town of Ólafsvík in the Snæfellsnes Peninsula.

Snæfellsjökull National Park, Iceland

The jewel of the western coast, the Snæfellsnes Peninsula has a taste of everything; many locals refer to the region as “Iceland in miniature.” Here’s a look at the region’s highlights, including climbing glaciers in Snæfellsjökull National Park.

Visitors walk along a grassy ridge in Iceland's Highlands.

Iceland Highlands Travel Planning

Iceland’s uninhabited interior is home to an otherworldly landscape that must be seen to be believed. The scenery is wild and the land unforgiving; ensure your travel preparations are through before you strike out.

Pike Place Market. Photo © Dreamstime.

A Seattle Weekend Itinerary

A weekend in Seattle gives you enough time to sample the best of a city full of achievements with a healthy attitude about fun and leisure; in this town, all work and no play is no one’s motto. With that in mind, here’s a two-day fully-catered itinerary. Get playing.

A green lizard suns itself on a log in Parque Nacional El Imposible, El Salvador.

Hiking Parque Nacional El Imposible, El Salvador

Just southwest of Ruta de Las Flores is El Salvador’s largest national park, Parque Nacional El Imposible. The park is a haven for hikers and nature lovers, offering pristine rivers, archaeological sites, well-maintained campsites, and challenging terrain.

View of Managua from La Loma de Tiscapa. Photo © Elizabeth Perkins.

Managua’s Revolutionary Driving Tour

Historical trivia buffs, take note! A lot of Managua’s most historically salient points are close to invisible, in stark contrast to the role they played in the lead-up to the 1979 revolution. If you have a rainy afternoon in Managua, hop in a taxi and revisit history on this 30-minute driving tour.

Mouth of Las Cavernas del Rio Camuy. Photo © Suzanne Van Atten.

Exploring Las Cavernas del Río Camuy

Puerto Rico is home to one of the largest underground river-cave systems in the world, and the easiest way to explore the island’s subterranean world is at Las Cavernas del Río Camuy. The park is a well-maintained, tightly run ship, and it’s a good thing; this place draws major crowds.