Spotting big beasts in Africa needn't involve roughing it. At these luxury camps, hot showers and clean toilets are as easy to find as big game.
Looking for something free to do this weekend? Check out a national park.
Searching living rooms and closets wears thin after five or ten times. There are more adventurous egg trails out there.
No river is too wide for the incredible feats of engineering that are the world's longest bridges.
Endangered cultural sites are the stars of the annual International Day for Monuments and Sites -- more commonly known as World Heritage Day -- on April 18.
Despite its long list of wrongs, Chicago's residents say there's still a lot that's right with the city.
The ferry that capsized on April 16 off the coast of South Korea was headed to Jeju Island, the country's biggest island and one of South Korea's nine provinces.
Grilled zebra anyone? Peri-peri warthog? This is how to barbecue, South Africa style.
The chance to run a marathon through the capital city of the world's most mysterious country was too good an opportunity to pass up.
Easter break packing tip: pants with elastic waistbands.
When Cristina Behrens travels to Santa Barbara, CA, to see clients, she likes to stay somewhere that's convenient for meetings and—almost more important—convenient to a morning jog on the beach.
Here's proof that there's more to Milan than finance and fashion.
The greatest list of beaches ever produced -- all that's left for you to do is read, relax and respond.
American Indian culture is thriving in galleries, powwows and film festivals. Here are some of the best places in the U.S. to experience Native America.
Maldives tops a select list. But where would you spend your ideal honeymoon?
Whether he's dressing naked statues in white tees or creating voluminous balloons shaped like human buttocks, Jun Kitagawa's public art is erotic and playful.
Bontá mia! An Australian chef takes home top honors at the Pizza World Championships in Italy.
Go to the theater? Visit his hometown? Drink like an Elizabethan? Six ways to propose a birthday toast to the bard.
Threatening an airline on Twitter is a terrible idea.
Guns, grenades, human skull fragments and a lipstick pepper spray -- the TSA had a busy year in 2013, as a new report reveals.
Police arrested a 14-year-old Dutch girl Monday after she tweeted a terror threat to American Airlines that catapulted her into social media fame overnight.
Many people are discovering a renewed fascination with libraries
En-suite bathrooms? Not till 1910. Minibars? Not till 1974. And other hospitality firsts.
In "Legography," Louis Vuitton-toting shoppers, a Big Yellow Duck and other iconic Hong Kong scenes are recreated in toy form.
From temples so gold they'll make your eyes water, to food you'll be longing for days after it hits your lips, Punjab is India at its colorful, lively best.
What's New York's most popular attraction? Which world city gets photographed the most? Answers are revealed by a new photo-tagging ranking.
Aviation geeks, who call themselves avgeeks, have been around for years, but recently their passion has focused on the mystery of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
Three outbreaks of illness have been reported among passengers and crew on two cruise ships -- two of them in back-to-back cruises of the same ship -- CDC says.
No longer impressed by welcome cocktails and thread count? These Latin America hotels actually make the stay special.
The lessons we learned and changes we made as a result of previous airline accidents.
In order to stay relevant to the new generation of travelers, hotels are throwing out the old formula and starting from scratch.
They're hot, they're popular, they're stylish. Now they're your tour guides to Italy's fashion capital.
High-end brands collide with upwardly mobile people browsing hundred-thousand-dollar jackets while sipping cocktails -- welcome to Milan's "fashion quadrangle."
Franceso Maglia umbrellas have been making luxury umbrellas in Milan for five generations
The Sea of Gallilee, where Christ reputedly walked on water, is today home to another miracle of sorts.
Kenji Croman has broken bones, dislocated his shoulder and endured concussions in pursuit of amazing wave photos.
A mother-of-two explains how to fly with kids without making everyone else on the plane hate you.
You may not have those $10 Heinekens and $6 bags of M&M's to kick around anymore. Happy now?
Last week Airbus announced a squeeze which will make most frequent flyers groan, but today the European firm unveiled how passengers flying on its new A350 XWB might travel.
You blinked and a quarter of the year flew by. It's time to plan a vacation. TripAdvisor's list of top destinations should help.
Virgin America ranked No. 1 in an annual airline rating report for the second consecutive year.
From boxing and baseball to lingerie football leagues, these are some of the best U.S. vacations for sports lovers.
Japan isn't a country to which you just show up and wing it. Here's how to arrive prepared.
Financial crisis is never on the menu in Europe's most expensive restaurants, where the the food is rich and the diners richer.
Meet the Middle Eastern hotel chain taking on the big boys of the hospitality industry.
For would-be cruisers who just can't deal with choice overload, U.S. News and World Report has ranked the best cruise lines and ships by category.
From credit cards to crash test dummies, some of the most important advances in travel over the last century.
When it comes to elevators, function usually trumps form and the ride is utterly forgettable. Not so with these lifts.
When Ashley Blackmon sat down for her job interview for a marketing position in New York City, she didn't start off by talking about the business classes she had taken in college or her experience working at a financial services company.
In the best fairy tales, there is always a castle: tall turrets, an intimidating moat and a breathtaking view.
Whatever the motive behind the event, it made for some powerful images of some China residents' desperation for better air.
Shimonoseki is Japan's puffer fish capital and home to Haedomari, the only market in the country that specializes in the infamous Japanese delicacy.
A former ballet dancer has helped spare loggerhead turtle habitat from developers. At age 90, she's still fighting for the turtles.
The Economist is latest to dogpile on the reputation of U.S. airports; one industry leader says he knows why.
It's a new era for Goodyear's iconic blimp. You could call it the Age of the Zeppelin. Cue the guitars!
Aristocrats are offering their Italian villas for rent and tours of Italian heritage houses because they need your cash
Forget space. Our very own planet is ripe for investigation.
Watamu is a Kenyan fishing village on the Indian Ocean. Known for its rich Swahili culture, it is now a top water sports destination.
Campaigners in Paris say love locks attached to Pont des Arts and other bridges could ruin historic landmarks.
Airbus is planning 11-seat rows for its A380 superjumbo, raising potential passenger capacity by 7%.
The run has been extended for an exhibit of Japanese toys, the most popular show ever at San Francisco Airport's SFO Museum.
The 550-foot-tall High Roller has finally opened on the Las Vegas Strip.
The 15 best attractions in the U.S. for kids, announced Tuesday as part of Gogobot's Travelers' Favorites awards.
Listen up people! Ditch your cameras and open your ears to "sound tourism."
How stressed out do you need to be to spend $1 million on a 111-day holiday?
Atlanta's airport is still the busiest passenger airport in the world, but Beijing's airport is closing the gap.
Bacon and dentures among tide of filth washing up on Britain's dirtiest beaches, which campaigners say is worst 20 years.
A British travel company is selling round the world rail tickets for an epic 53-day journey.
When are young children old enough to travel? Temperaments of parent and child are key to travel readiness, experts say.
Robert Ondrovic was at Shea Stadium for the Mets' first season there in 1964, and he was there for its last in 2008.
Picture a colossal empire of little houses stacked on top of each other. Visualize them connected by staircases snaking under dangling wires, through corridors so dark even police were rumored to be afraid of them.
Think bouncing on the end of an elastic rope is tough? Try jumping off a wooden tower with only a vine tied to your ankle like the land divers of Vanuatu.
Decimated by poaching, black rhino numbers are starting to increase again, thanks, in part, to on-foot tracking tours for tourists.
France's best lighting artists have given Dubai a makeover for its inaugural Festival of Lights
Traditional dim sum dishes are falling out of fashion in Hong Kong, but one local chef is putting them back on the menu ... for now.
Singapore Changi Airport has been crowned the best in the world for the second year in a row at the World Airport Awards.
The Transportation Security Administration is recommending a beefed-up police presence at TSA checkpoints and ticket counters during busy times at airports, the agency said in a report released Wednesday.
Lots of hotels have traditions. But the rituals at the U.S. lodgings we've listed here stand out above the crowd in our book.
Hong Kong's narrow streets were once a dazzling gallery of neon signs -- now these are to be displayed in the M+ museum
Hong Kong Sevens players, refs and hardcore fans share tips on how to get the most out of this wild three-day rugby party.
Views out the car window look brightest in spring, when the landscape bursts with wildflowers. See for yourself on America's best spring drives.
According to a new Fly.com survey, there are some fees passengers hate, and some they'd happily pay for.
Hong Kong's iconic tram system might be 110 years old. But it remains one of the best ways to explore the city.
Competing with each other, Japanese whiskey makers have climbed into the ranks of the world's elite.
Advisory: Do not read this list if you have a heart condition or get an adrenaline spike from fixing your TV antenna.
The remaining scaffolding around the Washington Monument will begin to come down this week.
CNN's Zain Verjee took on Uganda's Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, in a bid to see its mountain gorillas.
Shigeru Ban, the 57-year-old winner of this year's Pritzker Prize -- arguably the world's most prestigious architecture award -- is the Rumpelstiltskin of building design.
How to live like the "Wolf of Wall Street" -- or at least sail his superyacht.
Hong Kong's latest art fair wrapped Sunday with sales topping HK$39 million (US$5 million) -- up 50% on last year's hugely successful inaugural event.
From a burgeoning beach scene to unexpected wildlife, Sri Lanka's southern coast is filled with outdoor adventures.
In Jamaica, pot farmers now offer guided tours cannabis plantations. Here are more tours exposing less traditional attractions.
Audio recordings released on Monday reveal confusion between air traffic controllers and the veteran crew of a Southwest Airlines jet after they landed at the wrong airport in Missouri in January.
What do you get when you combine 60,000 photos, eight-hour cliff treks and months of patient processing? One of the year's great time-lapse videos.
Archeologists in the historic city of Luxor, Egypt have unveiled two massive ancient statues of Pharaoh Amenhotep III to the public.
"Goat water" and Killer Bee cocktails? Turns out there's plenty of Caribbean left to discover.
Sometimes it's not about a place where everybody knows your name. It's about a place where you already know theirs.