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Off the radar for many travelers, these islands have unique landscapes from beaches to mountains.
It's Europe without the jetlag, or the carbon footprint.
If you like snow and don't mind crowds, check out this Japanese island city's snow festival. (It's a nice place to visit in the spring, summer and fall, too.)
'The Silent Evolution' by Jason deCaires Taylor is comprised of 400 permanent sculptures in Mexican waters.
How to keep your luggage light and versatile when you're on the move.
Although only 22 miles away from L.A., Catalina is a completely different world.
Head to this neck of Minnesota for scenery, outdoor fun and a progressive vibe.
Small travel groups see and learn firsthand ecosystems and wildlife.
Fresh, local food and plenty of transportation options make this a must-see city.
Craig Weeks of Fleming Island, Fla., captured a stunning sunset and the grand prize of the photo contest sponsored by Georgia-Pacific Co. and the St. Johns River Alliance. The winning photographs appear in a 15-month calendar.
This skiing hot spot has plenty going on when it's not snowing: How about biking, hiking or camping for starters?
Tree hotels offer overnight stays for the childlike eco-tourist who doesn't mind scurrying upward for a good night’s sleep.
As the fall colors deepen, so do the amount of people who seek them.
If you've got the cash to spare, visit this low-lying Indian Ocean paradise before rising sea levels swallow it up.
Ditch the diet and head over to this eco-friendly city rich in history and culture.
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