Rough surf and nearshore currents lead to about 50 drowning fatalities annually in the Great Lakes.
Despite the halt to the federal mask mandate for mass transit, people may still choose to protect themselves. For those who do, the type of mask and how well it fits matter.
From visiting the ghats in Varanasi to walking the Camino de Santiago, travelling can be a deeply spiritual experience.
Inspired by the sensitive, handsome men they see on TV in their favorite K-dramas, they travel abroad in pursuit of a ‘soft’ masculinity they say they can’t find at home.
Bolder action is needed if the African Union and the European Union are to find common ground on migration.
Ottawa’s travel ban against African countries made clear its underlying policy: What matters is not your test result, but where you’ve been. It’s yet another example of anti-Africa discrimation.
For transnational families, going home is an important cultural and care practice.
Now that restrictions are lifting and leisure travel is resuming, we need to be reminded that travel has positive effects on our health and wellness.
New research suggests gamifying neighbourhoods could encourage people to travel more actively.
A vast estate in metropolitan Tokyo, this museum and garden in the former home of businessman and philanthropist Nezu Kaichirō is a place of calm beauty.
Is a 7-day home quarantine enough? What are the risks? And how will we ensure people stay home? Epidemiologist Catherine Bennett answers your questions.
Despite international travel restrictions, the pandemic hasn’t raised levels of domestic tourism. But it has changed what people do in the UK.
COVID-19 has intensified wanderlust – but also the need for mindful, ethical travel.
Australians will soon need to prove they’re fully vaccinated to do things like travel overseas and visit restaurants and pubs.
A special gallery in London’s Kew Gardens allows the visitor to travel the world via the 800-plus detailed paintings of Marianne North, Victorian-era adventurer and botanical artist.
Australians who normally live overseas will face an even tougher time coming back to Australia, under new rules that start this week.
As global travel resumes, now is the perfect time to establish new conversations for what ethical travel might look like.
Dying in Varanasi is everyday. That’s not to say dying is ordinary. On the contrary, it is a sacred art form, a spiritual passage that is part of the daily practice of living.
Good information and appropriate facilities are in short supply.
From the towering sweet treats of Athens to the place where rituals saw young girls become fierce bears — there is much to explore on this day trip.