Travel Features

Often, the best travel gifts don’t come from a store, but these gadgets can help the journey go smoothly.
Here are the top-10 things that won me over, any one of which warrants a trip.
“This,” she says, grimacing and shivering, “is bat-shit crazy.”
For the first time in my life, I’m holding a tarantula.
Tasting wine in its country of origin is like having dinner with a person you’ve only emailed with: you finally put a place to a name and never look at the wine the same way again.
When North Vancouver’s Zachary Bell recommends a cycling route, it’s worth paying attention.
The turtle struggled as four of us lifted it from the water onto the boat, just as we’d been instructed, each holding a flipper.
Away from the tourist attractions of Copacabana and Ipanema beaches, Rio has a new and little-known attraction: the recently pacified favela communities.
I’ve long been fascinated with Hemingway, and part of the reason we’ve come to Havana is to visit his old stomping grounds.
Our spring-adventure issue covers the safety of longboarding, new hiking opportunities, skateboarding's appeal, cycling networks, and "farming" snow on the North Shore.