The 9 Best U.S. National Parks to Visit in August, Experts Say

The 9 Best U.S. National Parks to Visit in August, Experts Say
The month of August rounds out the summer travel season, arriving before the school year kicks off and cooler temperatures creep back in. If you're looking to book an outdoor adventure before the end of the season, consider a visit to one of the extraordinary U.S. national parks. Experts have specific recommendations for which parks

This TSA PreCheck Secret Is Going Viral

This TSA PreCheck Secret Is Going Viral
A TikTok user has created quite the heated debate about carry-on liquids. David Tran Photo/Shutterstock Air travel in 2022 has become a nightmare for a lot of travelers. From canceled flights to lost luggage, horrendous wait times, and myriad other issues, airports are more stressful than ever. Still, for the tens of millions of people

United Airlines’ CEO Just Revealed When Flying Will Be Back to Normal

United Airlines’ CEO Just Revealed When Flying Will Be Back to Normal
It might take longer than you think to avoid serious delays and cancellations. EQRoy / Shutterstock If you've gone on a vacation this summer, you're probably all-too-aware of the issues facing the airline industry. Delays, cancellations, and overall confusion have been defining the summer travel season, as carriers juggle increased demand for travel amid major

27 Things to Do in Austin for Kids, Couples, and Adults

27 Things to Do in Austin for Kids, Couples, and Adults
Wondering about the best things to do in Austin? You're in luck. We recently combed through the best attractions in the area to help plan your next trip. From a thriving arts scene to unique culinary staples, there are lots of things keeping Austin weird—and worth visiting. Fun fact: The popular slogan "Keep Austin Weird"

The 8 Best U.S. National Parks for People Over 65, Experts Say

The 8 Best U.S. National Parks for People Over 65, Experts Say
One of the best parts of retired life is the ability to travel. Maybe you dream of translucent blue waters and white sand beaches and finally getting some time to relax—or perhaps you'd rather take this time to explore. If your adventurous side is calling, maybe you want to check a few U.S. snational parks

The 10 Best Foodie Cities in the U.S. That Should Be on Your Bucket List

The 10 Best Foodie Cities in the U.S. That Should Be on Your Bucket List
Any avid traveler will tell you that good eating is one of the best parts of exploring somewhere new. Whether you're grabbing street food, sipping on excellent espresso with a gourmet breakfast sandwich on the way, or dressed to the nines for a fancy dinner, delicious food is at the crux of every high-rated vacation.

The 10 Best U.S. Lakes That Need to Be on Your Bucket List

The 10 Best U.S. Lakes That Need to Be on Your Bucket List
One of the great things about living in the U.S. is that you don't have to leave the country to experience all different types of climates and geographies, from the sandy shores of New York to the mountains of the Midwest to the forests of the Pacific Northwest. A great way to take in all

The 7 Best U.S. National Parks to Visit With Your Dog

The 7 Best U.S. National Parks to Visit With Your Dog
Outdoor excursions are that much more enjoyable when you have a four-legged friend by your side. And if your pup isn't getting enough exercise from their daily walks or time at the dog park, you might want to consider a bigger excursion at one of the country's famed national parks. The U.S. National Park Service

10 Best Cities in the U.S. for Outdoor Adventures

10 Best Cities in the U.S. for Outdoor Adventures
When some people think of travel, the first thing that comes to mind is good eating. For others, it's premier museums that are loaded with iconic art. Others yet prefer to take the outdoor adventure route, filling their days with challenging hikes, scenic vistas, rugged terrains, and opportunities to climb, swim, crawl, and explore. If

Yosemite National Park Trees Are Being Cut Down—for This Very Good Reason

Yosemite National Park Trees Are Being Cut Down—for This Very Good Reason
Yosemite National Park is a must-see destination for travelers, having been first preserved in 1864 and then designated as a national park in 1890. Visitors can enjoy almost 1,200 miles of beautiful valleys, meadows, waterfalls, and sizable sequoias. Those flocking to the park for the trees might be horrified to learn that Yosemite officials recently