How to Take the Ultimate Travel Selfie

If you are a solo traveler, or simply find yourself alone in an awesome place, here are some tips for taking better selfies.

7 Things American Travelers Need to Understand

A big part of the fun of travel is what you learn and discover. However, the fun stops pretty quickly when you step on cultural toes, break the law or end up in financial trouble.

7 Real Life American Ghost Towns

Why are these places no longer inhabited by people, and why have they become so desolate? Let’s take a brief look at North America’s 7 spookiest abandoned locations.

6 Things You Need to Do Before Your First Solo Vacation

If it’s your first time traveling solo, you’re about to discover why it’s such an exhilarating experience that many return to over the years.

6 Dangerous Delicacies That Can Totally Kill You

Eating is about more than just fuel and nutrients — and for some, it’s about braving danger to taste the rarest delicacies the world has to offer.

5 Countries Americans Can Get a Cheap College Degree

Higher education in the U.S. and ‘cheap’ are generally about as alike as the Mojave Desert and a Canadian winter. Here are some cheaper alternatives to that U.S. degree.

Forget Globetrotting. Here Are 6 Compelling Reasons to Vacation in America.

Often, when considering our next getaway, our thoughts head to exotic, globe-hopping destinations. There are a lot of good reasons, however, to consider a vacation closer to home.

Europe’s 5 Most Beautiful Hot Springs

Hot springs have been used by humans for centuries for their recreational and therapeutic qualities. While hot springs can be found all around the globe, Europe contains some of the world’s most beautiful.

Can You Use Your Wanderlust to Change the World?

It’s possible to do some good for others with your time abroad. If you know where and how to look, there are volunteer opportunities all over the world.

All-Inclusive Vs. Freestyle: What’s Your Traveling Style?

Some travelers love all-inclusive resorts, while others won’t go near them. To determine what your traveling style is, there are a few questions you should ask yourself.