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Expert Tips on Traveling in Cuba

Robin Weber Pollak, president of Journeys International, shares expert advice on visiting Cuba, one of the biggest travel hot spots Read More

The Most Dangerous Games

Citing the Postgraduate Medical Journal and other sources, a new infographic shows the odds of dying during certain activities like mountaineering. Read More

Consumers Choose Experiences Over Material Things

The financial crunch of the recession has inspired Americans to pursue experiences, rather than possessions. Read More

A Year in the Wilderness

Educators and explorers Dave and Amy Freeman kick off "A Year in the Wilderness" next month to protect the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness in northeastern Minnesota. Read More

Polar Tourists Support Scientific Research

Travelers with Poseidon Expeditions will collect sea ice data during trips to Franz Josef Land and the North Pole. Read More

Nepal Tourism Gets Back on Track

Tourism officials in Nepal say that many of Kathmandu's historical sites are safe and open to the public. Read More

Filmgoers Can’t Get Enough of Everest

As we wait for "Everest", starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Josh Brolin, to hit theaters, shooting will soon begin on the movie "In High Places," which chronicles George Mallory's Everest ascent. Read More

Outdoor Gear Headed to Nepal for Relief Effort

The Outdoor Industry Association and the Adventure Travel Trade Association have partnered to send gear to help Nepal relief efforts. Read More

Busiest Memorial Day Travel We’ve Seen in a Decade

AAA Travel predicts that Memorial Day travel will be the busiest we’ve seen since 2005. Read More

Fewer people exploring the outdoors

Participation in outdoor recreation has hit its lowest levels since 2006, according to the 2015 Outdoor Recreation Participation Topline Report. Read More