Want to go beyond the tourist traps on a weekend trip to NYC? Check out this quick guide with positive impact travel ideas.
This fascinating walking food tour in New York City leaves you curious about whose stories filled the buildings you’re passing by, what’s buried under your feet, and who has called these neighborhoods home. And it shows you how food traditions live on in the midst of assimilation. Find out more about the Tenements, Tales, and Tastes tour with NYC Urban Adventures (plus a mini review of my experience).
Guatemala is more than Tikal and Antigua. The whole country is an experience. Check out these unique things to do in Guatemala that also benefit local communities!
If you’re looking for things to do in Washington, D.C. that aren’t museums, check out this free audio tour of U Street, a neighborhood with a rich, vibrant past.
Calgary—that’s in Canada, right? If Cool Runnings and something about a Jamaican bobsled team at the Winter Olympics are the first things you think of when you hear “Calgary,” you’re not alone. Admittedly, that was pretty much all I knew about it before I had the opportunity to explore Indigenous culture in the Calgary area recently.
Traveling in the U.S. and want to show support towards immigrants and refugees? This growing list of tours, restaurants, hotels, and other travel experiences helps you learn about, connect with, or support immigrants and refugees in local communities in the United States.
Get ready for the International Year of Sustainable Travel in 2017 as travelers from around the world share their favorite responsible travel stories and experiences.
If you’ve traveled cross-culturally, you’ve probably made a few blunders along the way, and sometimes it helps to know we’re not alone in the embarrassing moments we have trying to learn a second language. Part 4 in the language and travel series brings you even more reader stories full of language mishaps and cross-cultural blunders while traveling abroad.