Articles By Mark Johanson
Ever since the U.S. Congress declared Yellowstone a national park in 1872, nations around the world have followed suit, protecting vast swaths of exceptional land. Here’s a look at some of the best.
When China and the Philippines sparred over the disputed Scarborough Shoal (known as Huangyan Island in China) this past May, the People’s Republic canceled all outbound travel to the Philippines, dealing a direct blow to an industry vital to the nation’s economy.
For those who can’t help but be attracted to earth’s extremes, here’s a look at some of the wildest spots on the planet and how easy (or hard) it is to visit them.
Frontier Airlines changed its website to FlyFrontier.com on Wednesday, a simple enough move if it weren’t for the message the company issued in the process, which went something like this: Forget the traditional online travel booking sites -- book with us or we will punish you.
Europe may be in the throes of a crisis while North America recovers from its own recession, but that hasn’t stopped people from traveling -- far from it. Despite concerns over the global economy, tourism has shown incredible resilience as international arrivals are now projected to cross the 1 billion mark for the first time in 2012.
The Global Business Travel Association, or GBTA, has released its 2012 report on the best and worst travel taxes in the top 50 U.S. destinations.
From the isle of Vancouver to the isle of Prince Edward, here are 10 spots that no Canadian or visitor to Canada should miss.
It’s hard being the next big thing -- just ask Myanmar.
It’s less than two weeks before Munich’s renowned Oktoberfest is to begin and there is trouble brewing in Bavaria.
New York City tops the list for global LGBT travelers in 2013, but the United States as a whole falls behind another country as most popular destination.