Finding Adventure in Belize

Get your heart racing by exploring the largest cave system in Central America, more than 11 national parks, and numerous forest and marine reserves and wildlife sanctuaries. Author Lily Girma shares the exciting kinds of adventure that await you in Belize.

Phoenix Day Hike: Waterfall Trail

Wheelchair-accessible and kid-friendly, the Waterfall Trail is just filled with delights. The graded-dirt portion includes educational plaques with details about surrounding plants, animals (bobcats, ringtails, bats, and hawks), and petroglyphs.

Yosemite in the Fall

For a more rugged romantic trip, check out Yosemite National Park in October. It’s not quite freezing out, but you’ll still have to snuggle up for warmth. Elizabeth Linhart Veneman is your guide to filling your days with long walks through Yosemite.

Sights and Recreation in the Nayarit Coast’s San Blas

San Blas is a small town with a lot to offer, including beaches, wildlife viewing, waterfall hikes, and river tours. Justin Henderson shares the best places to see dozens of Mexico’s endangered species, as well as other fun sights and options for recreation.

From Manaus into the Amazon Rain Forest

From Manaus, you can get a taste of the rain forest with day trips, but a longer tour or excursion is better if you want to get away from civilization, experience “virgin” forest, and see some wildlife.

Salt Lake City Day Hike: Stewart Falls

Stewart Falls is a double falls, dropping over two limestone shelves before reaching the canyon floor. While the trail starts steep, it levels off to a nearly flat grade, making it a great hike for families with small children. Read on to find directions to the trailhead, the best time of year to go, and more.

The 10-Day Best of Utah’s National Parks

Despite their proximity, visiting all of Utah’s national parks is a bit complicated because of the rugged terrain, so you must plan on a lot of driving. The following itinerary only scratches the surface of what there is to see, but after this sampler, you’ll know where to focus your next Utah adventure.