The South might not be too touristed, but it’s full of sites all Americans should see. Our Southern road trip taught us so much about this country’s past and about human rights and social justice, both historically and today. Relive the journey with us, and get some tips for planning a trip of your own.
Celebrate Earth Day 2017 with some of our favorite articles on sustainability and eco-friendly travel! Learn how travel impacts the environment, why it matters, and how to do your part to care for Mother Earth from the road.
We finally took the leap and left our jobs, apartment, and life in the U.S. to travel abroad and work as freelancers. Here’s the story of why we made this lifestyle change and how we’re starting our new lives as digital nomads in Thailand.
Airbnb lets travelers stay in all kinds of interesting accommodations around the world. Many of the best-known rentals are outrageously expensive, but there are plenty of great options for budget travelers, too. All the places on our list are completely unique but cost less than $50 a night.
The commitment to sustainability and local production runs deep in Vermont, especially at the state’s small businesses. Witness it for yourself by visiting the Ben & Jerry’s Factory, the Cabot Creamery, or one of the many other Vermont businesses that make themselves open to the public.
Whether you’re an avid yogi visiting Boston or a Bostonian considering your first class, our guide to some of the city’s best yoga studios has everything you need to know.
Whether you’re a native Bostonian looking for adventure, a newly relocated student wanting to explore your new home, or a first-time visitor to the city, this bucket list will help you make the most of everything Boston has to offer.
Make your next trip more eco-friendly from the moment you start packing your bag. The key? Anything you can bring that isn’t plastic and replaces using disposable items is a step toward reducing your environmental footprint. Here’s seven items to start with.
Zambia not on your bucket list? Jen had the chance to spend a few months working there, and her photos of the country’s many attractions just might change your mind (especially if you’re a nature lover with a penchant for adventure).
The world map in our living room has pins for the top ten countries we want to visit. One thing Jen’s top choices have in common? They’re all off the beaten path.