Don't guess about where to go in April. These are the best places to travel in early spring.
Vibrant wildflowers and lively festivals make March a delightful time to visit many parts of the world.
The depths of winter make for the heights of sightseeing in many destinations that are usually overcrowded. Here are the best places to travel in February.
Ring in the New Year at home, then get on a plane: Though prices are high through New Year’s weekend, the week starting January 4 ushers in deals.
A few Caribbean islands are preparing to get their tourism businesses back on track, with plenty of additional safety measures, of course.
National and state parks are opening across America. This is what travelers need to know before heading out into nature.
A guide to the safety and sanitization programs being introduced by major hotels and home-rental companies around the world to protect guests against COVID-19.
Many travelers have been asking about RV trips for this summer. Are they safe? Are they worth it? What parks are even open? We answer your questions.
Find out a hotel’s coronavirus safety and sanitization plan before booking a room. This is what you should inquire about.
How to maximize your experience of a destination? Know the right fixer. What will the right fixer do for you? Read on.
If you’re concerned about traveling during the time of COVID-19, regular travel insurance won’t help you. CFAR coverage is the only way to be protected.
Travel insurance can be confusing. So we’ve created this primer that lays out the basics of travel insurance, including when you need it—and when you don’t.
Cancel For Any Reason insurance is expensive, but this travel insurance company has another coverage plan for traveling during a pandemic.
There seem to be a lot of flight deals now, but they come with caveats. If you’re thinking of buying airline tickets to use after the coronavirus pandemic ends, read this first.
It’s a proven fact that the anticipation of a pleasure trip does wonders for a person’s sense of well-being. So we asked frequent travelers to share the adventures they’re most looking forward to.
These online experiences can help satisfy your traveler’s curiosity for now—and give you ideas about spots to visit in person later.
One of the side effects of all this social distancing and quarantining is that it’s difficult to volunteer to help others. But ways of assistance are emerging.
How are people around the world handling our new normal? Housebound travel specialists share their experiences in Paris, Istanbul, China, and more.
Connect with the great outdoors via these virtual visits to parks, gardens, hiking trails, and zoos.
Click for details about Wendy’s”WOW Moments” project.
I’m not a travel agent—I’m a journalist who has spent the past 30 years reporting on how to travel smarter. To reduce your risk and maximize travel in the time of COVID—meaning, no crowds, savvy logistics, local leverage, VIP access—click to Ask Wendy.