With elevated wildfire risks forecast across much of the western US this summer, here's how travelers can track local conditions, stay out of harm's way and avoid accidentally starting fires.
For the first time research has quantified the global carbon footprint of tourists. It's big – and getting bigger.
Travelling will never be the same with the advances of communication technology. The recently opened theme park Rabbit Town shows this.
Before travelling, plan ahead in case you need to pack medicines for sleep, diarrhoea, malaria, pain or anxiety.
We often rush by without looking, but America’s rich spiritual and religious life is reflected in these sanctuaries.
Technology has changed the way we travel. While social media can be a useful tourism tool, we need more education to ensure 'selfie tourism' doesn't become the norm.
Despite the delight of not having to work for several days or even weeks, holidays come with pressures.
How to make your holiday better for the environment through sustainable tourism.
At many popular destinations, residents are protesting against crowding, rowdy visitors and low wages. With some research, travelers can use their visits to enrich host areas instead of harming them.
Every December Australia's air travel peaks, as we travel to family and friends (or flee on holiday). Many buy carbon offsets for these flights – but what do they actually do to our carbon emissions?
Step-by-step travel tips - including how to use those fancy blue light goggles - if you're travelling East to West, or West to East these holidays.
Business Briefing: the ‘get rich quick scheme’ influencing what you buy.
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Even though online influencers might not be overtly endorsing a product, advertisers will still pay a lot to have something featured, even subtly, in a post.
In recent years, the number of people traveling to sites of death, natural disaster, acts of violence, tragedy and crimes against humanity has dramatically increased. Is it immoral?
A system first deployed in South Africa in the early 20th century continues to influence the way travel is monitored today.
Global travelers are being increasingly asked if they want to pay for local purchases in terms of their home country currency. Here's why you should resist the strong temptation to do so.
International tourism is a booming business, with tourists spending US$1.4 trillion each year. Who's benefiting from this outlay of cash?
Literary and artistic engagements have helped to shape the region into the iconic landscape it is today.
Expecting tourists to pay a little more than locals is defensible – whether in Bruges, Venice or Thailand.
How to eat yourself brighter.
If it came down to buying a trip or a keepsake, which should you choose?