Glover’s Reef Atoll in Southern Belize

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Glover’s Reef Atoll is an 80-square-mile, nearly continuous ring of brilliant coral, flanked on its southeastern curve by five tiny islands. Read on for information about diving, snorkeling, accommodations, and more.

The Appalachian Trail through Georgia

Georgia’s section of the Appalachian Trail is 76 miles long from Springer Mountain to Bly Gap and on into North Carolina. Here is a brief overview of Georgia’s six sections of the trail to help you plan your time.

The Beaches of Lahaina: A Sunbather’s Paradise

The beaches of Lahaina are the most underrated on the island. The swimming is poor due to the offshore reef, but they are sunnier, less crowded, and more protected from the wind than most other beaches on Maui. Here’s an overview of some of Lahaina’s best beaches.

Maui’s Best Beaches

Maui is famous for its gorgeous beaches that attract all types, from those looking for a great snorkeling spot to those who just want a secluded escape from the crowds. Here are 12 of the best beaches on the island.

Tee It Up: Golfing in Bermuda

Golf is one of Bermuda’s biggest attractions due to the island’s seven courses, many of which boast breath-catching ocean views and championship layouts. Learn about the history of golf on the island, some great courses to check out, the costs of playing, and more.