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5 tips to sleep better on your next trip

Getting some shut-eye on a plane is a perennial challenge for travelers, but there are a few low-tech tricks that can make switching time zones and taking long-haul flights a little easier. Read More

How to plan your next trip around a ‘walk-cation’

Here are a few tips for planning your next walk-cation. Read More

Frequent-flier seats growing easier to book

Airlines are making it easier for frequent flyers to redeem their travel rewards, as major carriers work harder to keep their most loyal customers happy, according to a seat-availability survey released last week. Read More

Pursue a passion or explore a new hobby

Family vacations provide time to pursue a passion or explore a new hobby. Here are five ideas to consider. Read More

Do the research to find the right tour guide

For many travelers, hiring a private tour guide is a luxury. But with an informed approach, it’s an expense that’s often worth the cost. Read More

5 ways to go beyond sightseeing and expand awareness

Travel offers the prospect of a sensory feast. On your next trip, whether it be close to home or across the pond, encourage family members to do more than just see the sites. Read More

New airline seating proposal a stand-up idea

For those in the economy section of an airplane, flying is already an experience that falls somewhere between tolerable and miserable on the comfort spectrum. And that experience is not likely to get much more comfortable if Aviointeriors Group has its way. Read More

5 ways to savor the solace of open spaces

Numerous studies suggest that spending time in nature is beneficial for our mental and physical health. Here are five ways to ease the stress of daily life and savor the solace of open spaces. Read More

5 ways to encourage young adventurers

Here are five ways to encourage the next generation of outdoor adventurers. Read More

6 tips to save big on a trip to Tokyo

Here are some tips to enjoy a luxury Tokyo getaway for less. Read More

5 places where you can enjoy the wide open spaces

Here are five places where cowboys and cowgirls can enjoy the wide open spaces. Read More

Yoga takes off at the airport

Delayed flights and long layovers can lead to frustration over wasted hours sitting and waiting. Flying can also pose a health challenge. That’s where yoga comes in. Read More

Take these routes, become road scholars

Road Trip! Buckle up and cruise our scenic byways for exceptional beauty, wildlife and history. Here are five to consider. Read More

See California and more just like a rock star

The kind of tricked-out buses associated with rock-star tours will drive a new kind of road trip with the debut of the travel company Roadies. Read More

Spend the night at a lighthouse

For centuries, lighthouses have offered a beacon for ships seeking safe passage through fog, storms and treacherous waters. Today, many of those towering structures also provide a safe harbor for families interested in sleeping amid seafaring history. Here are five to consider. Read More

5 travel spots for women to consider

Girls — as in grandmothers, mothers, daughters, aunts and nieces — just want to have fun and explore together. Multiple research reports indicate an increasing number of women are seeking new adventures at home and abroad. Here are five to consider. Read More

How to catch the lowest possible airfares

Airfares can change in a heartbeat, high one minute and low the next, and the trick is to buy when a fare on your route becomes a bargain. Read More

7 ways to save on your next national park trip

America’s national parks are brimming with natural wonders: cascading waterfalls, towering redwoods, white sand beaches. But visiting these gems can cost money and soon will get a little pricier: Many parks will increase entrance fees by $5 June 1. Here are seven ways to plan a cheaper trip. Read More

5 places to relish the natural beauty of our nation’s rivers

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the creation of the Wild & Scenic Rivers Act, which protects more than 12,000 miles of pristine waterways. Here are five places where you and your family can relish the natural beauty of our nation’s rivers. Read More

Meet the new travel agents (aka travel networks)

How do these networks stack up against each other? Here is a breakdown of some top networks. Read More

Layovers prove an attractive option

Travelers with ambitious travel plans may find new multicity routes at bargain rates that may make a layover worthwhile. Read More

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