Brazil: A Country for Every Travel BudgetBy Tonya Fitzpatrick, Esq.
Brazil has a rich cultural heritage, countrywide celebrations, locally sourced scrumptious cuisine and natural attractions that attract millions of travelers every year. Read moreCentral and South America Budget Travel Events & Festivals The Arts
St. Simons Museum Shows that War is Hell on the Home Front, Too.By Kathleen Walls
St. Simons Island in Glynn County, Georgia is filled with history. Its newest museum, the World War II Home Front Museum, gives a different view of the war from typical accounts. Read moreUnited States History
One Magical Night on the Great Blasket Island in IrelandBy Derek Cullen
I was frustrated when the Wi-Fi died. My trip to the Great Blasket Island was hinging on the availability of a small boat, and I was now unable to contact the owner. However, after a ten-minute jog to the harbour in Dunquin, I was welcomed on board – the result … Read more Read moreIreland Off the Beaten Path
5 Places to See Dinosaur Fossils in the U.S.By Breana Johnson
On your next trip, bring natural history to life with a dinosaur encounter! The U.S. offers many attractions where you can view dinosaur fossils—or even participate in a dino dig. Read moreUnited States Accessible Experiences History
Longing for isolation: A demanding journey through MongoliaBy Thomas Später
When I was desperately searching for a new place to explore without hundreds and thousands of other tourists around me, I came across a mysterious and equally attractive country called Mongolia. Read moreAsia Experiences
6 Top and Emerging Accessible DestinationsBy Ali Jennings
As the world is becoming more aware of those that live with disabilities, it isn’t surprising that countries around the globe are working hard to make their cities more accessible for travelers and residents. Read moreThe World Accessible
One Night on the Great Wall of ChinaBy Thomas Später
I have already traveled most of Asia, but never really had the chance to see the Great Wall of China. It was the end of May, when I touched down in Beijing after traveling both Japan and Mongolia for 8 days each. Using Beijing as a 3-day layover on the … Read more Read moreAsia Experiences
Attractions on Arizona Tribal Land (That Aren’t Casinos)By Breana Johnson
Looking for family-friendly attractions in Arizona? Support Native economy, experience culture, and have fun by visiting these destinations. Read moreUnited States Family Travel Indigenous
What to See and Do at Windsor CastleBy Ali Jennings
Most people know Windsor Castle as the venue for the royal wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, swiftly followed by the wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank, but there’s far more to Windsor Castle than just royal matrimonial events. Read moreUnited Kingdom Family Travel Architecture The Arts
What to do about Racism and Bigotry as Travelers of Conscience and CultureBy Ian Fitzpatrick
With everything taking place in the world from the coronavirus pandemic, global recession, and America’s racial reckoning, even a brief escape from these problems can be an elixir for the body, mind, spirit, and soul. Read moreUnited States Backpacking & Camping Insights Social Responsibility
Portugal off the Beaten PathBy Tonya Fitzpatrick, Esq.
Portugal boasts some of the most beautiful coastlines, breathtaking sceneries, and unique architecture, making it one of the best travel destinations in Southern Europe. Read moreEurope Off the Beaten Path
The City of Plovdiv: Treasures of the Ancient WorldBy Tonya Fitzpatrick, Esq.
Plovdiv is the 3rd oldest city in the world, whose history dates back over 6,000 years. This ancient city is often referred to as the “Paris of the Balkans” and quickly becoming a must-see tourist destination in Bulgaria. Read moreEurope History
The Best Time to Visit Disney WorldBy Tonya Fitzpatrick, Esq.
Walt Disney World really is one of the happiest places on earth so, arguably, anytime is the best time to visit Disney! The yummy food you won’t normally have on a regular day, kids dressed up in their favorite Disney characters, thrilling rides, and an explosive sight of fireworks to … Read more Read moreUnited States Family Travel
An Adventurous Backpacking Route Through Southeast AsiaBy Tonya Fitzpatrick, Esq.
The Southeast Asian region, particularly Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos has become increasingly popular among adventure backpackers. Travelers visiting the region, however, are frequently faced with a dilemma: which path to take. Read moreAsia Adventure Backpacking & Camping
Amazing UK World Heritage SitesBy Ali Jennings
The United Kingdom is a country with a long and varied history, so it’s no surprise that it has a significant number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Read moreUnited Kingdom History Preservation