This year Moon celebrates 45 years of travel guidebook publishing. Founded in 1973, Moon was one of the first advocates of independent travel, inspiring decades of travelers to explore for themselves. Moon started with guides to Asia and has become the premier publisher of guides to the Americas. Moon Founder, Bill Dalton, shares his story of the birth of the independent travel movement and why travel mattered then and now.
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Delve into the pulsating cultural milieu that shapes and defines Jamaican society. The roots of Jamaican popular music will become vivid with this tour, designed to immerse visitors in the island’s singular musical gold mine.
From lively swimming holes to secluded mountain rivers, you’ll fall in love with Jamaica’s waterfalls. Here’s how to hike, admire, or swim in the best falls on the island.
Blue and John Crow Mountains National Park covers the highest and steepest terrain in Jamaica. This alpine terrain is the last known habitat for the endangered giant swallowtail butterfly, the second-largest butterfly in the world, which makes its home especially on the northern flanks of the range.
These three classic Patagonia road trips–covering the Northern Coast, the Southern Coast, and the Andes–are week-long itineraries that can be combined to explore this intriguing region for a longer period, up to 15 days or ideally more.
Beginning and ending in Calgary, this road trip takes you on a 1,200-kilometer (745-mile) loop through this varied Canadian province.
Famous the world over thanks to multiple car television ads, the Atlantic Road (also called the Atlantic Ocean Road) is one of Norway’s most popular attractions.
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