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B.C. rec sites a natural delight for hardy campers

Visitors just have to be prepared to go with the flow, consider unconventional approaches and be flexible enough to adapt to travel with no reservations
Omaha Beach statue

A drive through Normandy is a drive through history

If you're a student of history, ancient or modern, a drive through Normandy makes for a great holiday

Walking the Camino de Santiago in northern Spain

For over a thousand years, the faithful have taken the pilgrimage to Santiago passing through northern Spain

Zion National Park a walker’s paradise

While overshadowed by its bigger, more famous neighbor, the Grand Canyon, Zion National Park rewards your walks with the hidden treasures you didn't expect

Is it Brugge or is it Bruges?

It's Bruges in French as well as English, and it's Brugge in Flemish (or Dutch)

Ghent, Belgium, a museum of early Flemish architecture

The tourist brochures say Ghent has more historic sites than Antwerp and is more down-to-earth "real" than Bruges

Isolation-ish escapes and one dreamy trip to save for 2021

The best little K-Country Lodge you may not know about, three mountain lodges made for escapism, Icelandic dreams

Tourism sector fears losing summer travel season and beyond

Charlotte Bell, president and CEO of the Tourism Industry Association of Canada, talks about what it will take to restart the industry

Exploring Alaska’s remote, enchanting shores

Joining the few privileged to travel to remote and obscure offshore islands like Baby, Unga, Haystacks, Aghyuk and the Aleutians