Orlando’s theme parks are great, but there’s so much more to the city beyond them. If you’re looking for a grown-up Orlando vacation or just a day away from the parks, check out these Orlando neighborhoods for activities that appeal to anyone looking for a more authentic Orlando experience.
Shark Week 2020 is on now and that means it’s time to cozy up to your TV to learn more about the species that’s older than the dinosaurs. And what if you want a close-up view of sharks that’s not on your TV screen? Why not use Shark Week 2020 to plan a swimming-with-sharks trip for post-pandemic travel?
MSN republishing from Reader's Digest.
Don't let a fear of heights prevent you from admiring these amazing cliffside cities.
As U.S. cases of the novel coronavirus skyrocket, some countries that were cautiously accepting American travelers are changing their minds. Some governments are reinstating travel restrictions they lifted just a few weeks ago, while others are adding screening barriers. The question of where Americans can go plays out against a complicated and ever-changing backdrop of public health fears, economic imperatives, logistical hurdles, and ethical considerations.
MSN republishing from National Geographic.
What you think you know about ethical elephant tourism is mostly outdated and wrong. And it’s making elephants’ lives worse.
Nat Geo Traveller India version of my fourth piece for Nat Geo in the US.
Lockdowns, closed gyms and fears of contracting Covid-19 anytime we venture outside our homes have resulted in an unwanted 19 or so extra pounds for many of us. When it’s safe to resume travel again, here are some active vacation ideas in Mexico to get your heart pumping and your body sweating—in a good way.
Eight active vacation ideas in the U.S., the Maldives, Australia, Croatia and Ireland to help you get back to your pre-pandemic active lifestyle.
National Geographic UK republishing my original National Geographic article.
It’s far from ideal to travel during a pandemic. Doctors aren’t going to give you the green light to do it, and neither is the U.S. State Department or the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But if wanderlust and obligations are exerting too powerful lures. here's how to decrease your risks and what you don't need to worry that much about.