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New Zealand's Largest City

72 Hours in Auckland

Tired from a long flight? Get it together, because you've just landed in Auckland, New Zealand. Here's all you need to know about where to stay, what to eat and what to do for 72 hours in Auckland.

A New Zealand Travel Guide

Lands Afar

We sent a team of four to New Zealand this winter to see what adventure looks like on the opposite side of the planet, making our way from the North Island to the sparse reaches of South Island. We returned with wild stories, films and photo essays. Welcome to Lands Afar.

The Capital City

72 Hours in Wellington

Although small, New Zealand's capital city has surf spots, great food, craft beer, museums, film locations and killer places to crash. Don't miss Wellington.

Adventures by Land, Sea and Air

72 Hours in Wanaka

The lake, mountains and trails are nice to look at. Sure. But don't go to Wanaka to sit around and stare. Go there to get out and explore.

Alpine Lakes, Majestic Waterfalls, Strong Spirits

Lands Afar, a New Zealand Travel Guide

We traveled to New Zealand this winter to see what adventure looks like on the opposite side of the planet, making our way from the culture-rich North Island to the sparsely populated, adventure-rich South Island.

Among the Red Rock Spires (and Power Vortexes)

72 Hours in Sedona

A town of 10,000 people at 4,000 feet, Sedona stuns its visitors with its breathtaking red sandstone formations. It's also a supposed center of spiritual healing, attracting an array of New Age thinkers, fortune-tellers and psychics.

Tasting the World in One City

A Guide to Portland’s Best International Eats

Local and approachable may describe this town best, but Portland’s global culinary offerings also rivals any city on earth. Whether you’ve got an evening or a weekend in the city of roses, plan on eating at one of these standout ethnic restaurants. And keep a roll of Tums within reach; no amount of digestive rebellion...

A Walk Through Communal Countryside Villages

Time Traveling Through Myanmar

Will McGough is a man who takes the path less traveled. In this case, that means a reminder that time is relative in the countryside of Myanmar.

Traditional Japan at its Finest

72 Hours in Kyoto

As the former imperial capital of Japan, Kyoto is filled with more than 1,600 Buddhist temples and hundreds of Shinto Shrines, and has a restricted skyline dominated by imperial architecture.

Go Forth And Relax

15 Winter Cabins on Airbnb for a Quick Escape

The good news: Airbnb has endless options for a quick, frequent flyer mile-burning vacation. The bad news: with so many choices you're just as likely to end up sleeping in the back of some guys Tesla for$85/night than living out your winter cabin dreams in the perfect hideaway. We've sifted through the chaff to find the perfect winter cabins for any type of getaway.

Unless You Like the Pat Down

5 Fast Tips to Make Travel Easier

Whether you’re traveling by plane, train or automobile, staying in a hotel or a vacation rental (or just going on a day trip), you can lessen your stress with the following tips, apps, services and devices.

This snowy CEO playground has plenty to offer everyone

72 Hours in Beaver Creek, Colorado

Since the 1980s, Beaver Creek has grown to be a high-end alternative to Aspen, and a little sister to the city-on-a-slope that makes up Vail. We spent a weekend at the resort to try out the food, drink and slopes.

25 Best Places to Travel in 2015

The Adventure List

Travel is the desire to be changed -- to go, engage in a place, assimilate into its rhythms and quirks, and return home with its fragrant intoxication still swirling around in the brain. For 2015, these places are where we want to be changed.

No Days Off

Labor and Life Aboard A Maine Lobster Boat

For the lobstermen who call Penobscot Bay home, there is no off-season, and unpredictable waters make their jobs difficult and dangerous throughout the year. We paid one boat a visit to see what goes into catching a Maine lobster.