While it might sound intimidating, solo travel is good for the mind, body and soul.
One great destination for art aficionados and novices alike is Santa Fe, New Mexico, a mecca for art, history and culture.
You don’t have to give up your beauty routine while you’re on the road.
Jump on the destination festival bandwagon with a trip to Coachella, South by Southwest, Burning Man or one of many other music and entertainment festivals around the country.
Plan a staycation this summer with a handful of our favorite places to stay, eat and explore near Lake Minnetonka.
You’ve heard it, and maybe even said it: “A trip with kids is not a vacation.” Well, we dare to propose a different mindset.
The next time you plan a trip (even here in the states), think about how you might do some volunteering while you’re there.
Kids can enjoy a trip to wine country as much as Mom and Dad.
Four years ago, then-newlyweds Katie Diederichs and Ben Zweber quit their full-time jobs, loaded up a backpack each and boarded a cheap flight to Colombia. Their plan was to spend three months backpacking throughout South America, but even now, their adventure has yet to really end. Katie and Ben have spent the last several years traveling across the world, and though they realize the nomadic life might not be for everyone, they’re confident that affordable—and, more importantly, sustainable—adventures are possible, even on a tight budget.
Craig Beal likes to say the most dangerous part of an African safari is the drive down Interstate 494 to get to the MSP airport. As the owner of Travel Beyond, a Wayzata-based luxury travel consultancy and agency, Beal is an old hand at safaris. His agency is one of a handful worldwide that specialize in planning non-hunting safaris in southern and eastern Africa.
The agency was recently honored by the influential Travel+Leisure magazine, which named it a top 10 safari outfitter.