Legislation imposing jail time or death on queer individuals is creating a risky atmosphere of heightened vigilante justice. Even waiting to be passed, it’s already hurting the travel industry.
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Tribes in California, Maine and South Dakota are building travel enterprises with the backing of governments and major operators. Will anyone come?
First-class travelers see improvement since 2022, a new study shows. But overall, consumers are increasingly dissatisfied with American carriers.
The state’s tourism board is on the brink of collapse — along with its helpful policies on managing foot traffic to Hawaii’s most beautiful and sacred sites.
In the US — and in some cases, beyond — there’s reason to believe that prices will let up as soon as the fall.
Fear for safety outside China and the region continues to drive uncertainty when booking trips, slowing a global travel recovery
Overcrowding and extreme weather changes are shaping Europeans’ regional trip choices, new data shows.
Thick, brown swaths of seaweed sully Caribbean and US shorelines every season. Here’s how hoteliers, advisers and travelers are learning to live with it.
Summer has become increasingly popular with tourists seeking a beach getaway to smaller island paradises.
It’s the latest from a little-known list of tech tools that make it easy to get the best possible airfare—every time.
Climate tech and insurance company Sensible Weather is offering a weather guarantee for travelers—no claim paperwork required.
This island country is switching up its time zone and saying goodbye to the twice-yearly clock change starting March 25.
High costs are already putting a damper on summer travel plans. These money-saving strategies can help.
This small Nordic nation is betting that this year, tourists will go for its quirky sights, wild beaches, thick forests, rich waterways and slow living.
From Greece to the Seychelles, the luxury island vacation factor just keeps going up.
A premium rum brand’s founder wants travelers to leave island tropes behind. And we couldn’t agree more.
Marc-Kwesi Farrell’s Ten To One brand is about changing consumers’ perceptions of rum and telling authentic Caribbean stories.
After three difficult years, tour outfitters are creating new offers to appeal to changed traveler tastes and mindsets.
After a wave of political unrest, the home of one of the world’s seven wonders wants tourists to return.
Groups like ExodUS and Blaxit Global provide advice and support for women who would like to find a better quality of life outside US borders.