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In Southwest Colombia, treasures are forbidden no more

Once war-torn, southwest Colombia offers treasures for the curious traveler. Read More

Signs of Hawaiian Life, Sept. 30

Email “Signs of Hawaiian Life” photos to or mail to Signs of Hawaiian Life, 500 Ala Moana Blvd., Suite 7-210, Honolulu, HI 96813. Read More

Wellness and soaring views in the Italian Dolomites

Northeastern Italy’s Sudtirol province is dominated by the Dolomites, a magnificent mountain range that feeds into the region’s reputation as a wellness destination. Dramatic skies only add to the adventure for “The 52 Places Traveler” columnist Jada Yuan. Read More

Las Vegas getting second Taco Bell Cantina

A second Taco Bell Cantina is coming to Las Vegas. Following the city’s first on the south end of the Strip, the new Cantina will be located downtown. Read More

Exotic, diverse experiences without going abroad

Throughout the year, families can uncover exotic and culturally diverse experiences without leaving the United States. Here are five ideas to consider. Read More

Beads, bourbon and … babies in New Orleans?

For many, Bourbon Street is just another stop between the aquarium and the insectarium, beignets and shrimp po’ boys, a swamp tour and a paddle-wheel cruise. Read More

Nature shines during National Wildlife Refuge Week celebrations

Hawaii has 10 national wildlife refuges, including the James Campbell National Wildlife Refuge on Oahu, Kealia Pond National Wildlife Refuge on Maui and the Kauai National Wildlife Refuge Complex. Here’s a wrap of activities at those three locations. Read More

Solitude and rough waves along the ‘forgotten border’ in Maine

I grew up in northern Maine and had always been fascinated with our “forgotten border.” Read More

Simple tips to stay healthy while you’re traveling

Traveling can take a toll on your health, said Dr. Douglas Kaiden, medical director of Priority Private Care, an emergency care facility in New York City. Before your next trip, consider his tips. Read More

Signs of Hawaiian Life, Sept. 23

Email “Signs of Hawaiian Life” photos to or mail to Signs of Hawaiian Life, 500 Ala Moana Blvd., Suite 7-210, Honolulu, HI 96813. Read More

In Lucerne, kindness rivals amazing views

Lucerne, Switzerland, offers more than a never-ending array of stunning vistas, says “The 52 Places Traveler” columnist Jada Yuan — the city also brims with warm hospitality and human kindness, helping a solo traveler avert disaster and feel a little less alone. Read More

How to enjoy a ski destination when it’s not ski season

Visits to ski resorts in Colorado, Utah and Wyoming shouldn’t be confined to winter. These areas offer diversions in the summer and fall, too. Read More

Hiking Spain’s wild coast

Simply put, anyone who is adventurous, loves traveling to Europe and is fit enough to do 10-mile hikes should seriously consider doing this. Read More

Family Travel Five: Opportunities to explore

Travel provides opportunities to learn new skills and explore the world beyond our own boundaries. Here are five ideas to consider. Read More

Alcoholic drinks available at Cantina in Disneyland’s Star Wars land

Disneyland visitors who explore the new Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge expansion that opens next year will be invited to belly up to a dimly lit Star Wars-inspired cantina where — for the first time in the park — they can order alcoholic drinks. Read More

Enjoying nature indoors at Florida’s Gaylord Palms

A person would have a hard time visiting Key West, the Everglades and St. Augustine all in the same day. Read More

Column: It’s no illusion — Mat Franco upgrades magic act at The Linq

Mat Franco is an incredible magician who performs in “Magic Reinvented Nightly” in the Mat Franco Theater at The Linq. Read More

Museum harks back to West Maui’s plantation days

A Rwandan game park defying the odds

Right around this time of year, to the east of Rwanda’s borders, in Tanzania and Kenya, big packs of tourists are stumbling over each other to get the perfect photo of a scene like this. They are driving through protected areas like Serengeti National Park and the Maasai Mara National Reserve in caravans of Land Rovers, each packed so tightly that people’s binocular straps get tangled up. Read More

Feast on hotel sale and all-night buffet

The off-Strip Westin Hotel has been sold again. The Westin has had a string of owners since it closed as the Maxim in 2001. Read More

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