Everyone should experience a Haleakala sunrise at least once in their lifetime.

Visiting Haleakala National Park on Maui

Hale-a-ka-la: House of the Sun. Few places are more aptly named in the Hawaiian language than this 10,023-foot volcano. The biggest question surrounding Haleakala is not if you should visit, but when: both sunrise and sunset offer truly breathtaking views.

A boat docked in the beautiful turquoise waters of St. George's, Bermuda.

Plan a Trip to Bermuda: When and Where to Go

Bermuda is farther north than the Caribbean hot spots, so don’t expect perfect weather all year round. You may want to plan your visit around cultural and sports events, or maybe there’s a specific parish or two—all with their own unique charms—where you’d like to spend the majority of your time.

The Hyde Park Barracks in Sydney is a three story brick building at the head of Macquarie Street.

Planning Your Time in Sydney

Like all of the world’s great cities, Sydney is brimming with things to see and do, and demands time. Even if you relocated to the city, you’d still never manage it all, so what you’ll have to do is try to squeeze as much into your allocated time as possible. And it all depends on what your interests are.

Moss-covered rocks on the shores of Olympic National Park in Washington.

Road Trip the Pacific Northwest: Where to Go

The Pacific Northwest is a wealth of rugged natural beauty and wonderfully unique cities. You could spend days upon days in any of these cities experiencing a range of strong urban cultures and delicious regional cuisines, and days more exploring their surrounding wildernesses.