Honeymooning in Maui? Or simply visiting as a couple? You’ll love these oh-so romantic things to do in Maui for couples! Like, snorkeling with sea turtles and learning to hula, for starters.
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Find adventure travel ideas and information on hiking, kayaking, snorkeling, scuba diving, hot air ballooning, bicycling and stand-up paddleboarding in exciting places all over the world – from Mexico to South Africa to Turkey.
Maybe you’d like to snorkel through mysterious cenotes in the Riviera Maya?
Or what about sea canoeing in Thailand’s Phang Nga Bay?
For a unique adventure, check out what a walking safari in Africa is like.
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The Resplendent Quetzal may be the holy grail of birdwatching. But there are many other beautiful birds in Costa Rica! Discover the best birding lodges and tours to see them in this feather-filled paradise.
Kauai has blossomed big time! So what are the best things to do in Kauai today? Paddle the Wailua River, take a hike, go tubing, visit the Kilohana Plantation, experience a thrilling helicopter tour and more!
Discover the cutest seaside towns in Northern California on this Pacific Coast road trip! From Morro Bay to Mendocino and beyond, you’ll explore surfing beaches, redwood forests, wineries and more.
Discover the 15 most beautiful and best waterfalls in Maui! Planning a waterfall chasing itinerary is easy, as most of the falls are found along Maui’s famous Road to Hana.
Maui vs Kauai: Which is better? Maui is more sophisticated, with better beaches. Kauai has Jurassic Park scenery and is perfect for adventure-loving travelers. But they’re both Hawaiian island paradises.
From kayaking to browsing art galleries, there are enough enchanting things to do on Galiano Island to keep you as busy as you’d like. See our guide on what to do, where to stay and how to reach this getaway island.
Cabo or Cancun? Cabo is desert-like. Cancun is tropical. Cabo’s beaches are colder for swimming. But seaweed on Cancun’s beaches can be icky. We dish on the differences between Cabo and Cancun, so you can decide which is right for you.