Adventure

By Winston Conrad (this is an excerpt from Catching Paradise in Hawaii, an account of the author’s long-term travel adventure to the Kona coast where he relocated with his family.)   Uliuli kai holo ka mano. Where the sea is dark, sharks swim. (Sharks are found in the deep sea.

By Everett Potter What’s the best way to explore Ireland, which is once again open to travelers? For those with a sense of adventure, seeing the country by bike or on foot with a specialized small group tour company is the way to go. St. Patrick’s Day is a timely

By Everett Potter The town of Jackson, New Hampshire has the bucolic look of a 19th century town that seems to have been the model for a Currier & Ives print. The visual inventory includes two covered bridges, surrounding snow-capped hills and mountains, and a handful of charming country inns

By Jules Older They’re hardly undiscovered, just undiscovered by us. On their beaches, you’ll find Kiwis and Aussies and a smattering of Brits, Germans and French. What you won’t find in these three South Pacific getaways are the folks next door. You’ll rarely hear an American accent. What you will

By Brian E. Clark In the spring of his senior year at the University of New Hampshire, Bryn Carey drafted a business plan for a ski rental and delivery company. Carey, who had a strong entrepreneurial bent, had operated his own root beer business in high school. So he didn’t

By Everett Potter If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that we need to self-select and maintain our own pod or bubble as much as we can. That’s especially true with adventure travel. Instead of traveling with strangers, why not travel with people that you know? For those who

By Everett Potter Just when we thought it was safe to travel again, Omicron arrived. I seem to have spent more time making and cancelling travel plans in the past few months than I’d care to admit. While the coast is far from clear, it seems like carpe diem should be

By Everett Potter Adventure travel has taken a big hit during the pandemic but there are indications that it could be a bright light in 2022. I caught up with Shannon Stowell, the CEO of the Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA), to get his take on what we can expect

By Everett Potter There’s a lot of pent-up demand among travelers seeking amazing adventure trips and discoveries in 2022. We’re talking about something beyond the usual six-day soft adventure trip. If you want to take your travels to the next level and return home with amazing tales and bragging rights,

By Everett Potter Seeing the world on two wheels is a pretty terrific way to get back into the swing of travel. The grand prize for so many riders is Europe and some of the best tour operators in the world have obliged with new biking itineraries for 2022. If