Travel

  • A Forest Shrine in Japan

    In the town of Takamori-machi, in the Kumamoto Prefecture of Japan, lies a forest shrine known as Kamishikimikumano. The beautiful Shinto shrine was setting for...

  • Decommissioned Military Fort Converted Into A Luxury Hotel

    This 134 years old and was decommissioned in 1982 by the Military of Defence? If it is the Spitbank Fort located about a mile away...

  • House of Annapurna

    Photograph by Daniel Hoshizaki, National Geographic Your Shot “Taking the less traveled foot trails on Nepal’s Annapurna Circuit can be immensely rewarding,” writes Your Shot...

  • The Maloja Pass Switzerland

    Photograph by Paul Bica  The Maloja Pass (Italian: Passo del Maloja, German: Malojapass) (elevation 1815 meters/5954 ft) is a high mountain pass in the Swiss Alps in the...

  • 10 Things To Do In Ireland and Northern Ireland In Fall

    Trees lit at night in Mount Stewart Gardens, Northern Ireland Photograph courtesy Paul Canning/Mount Stewart Gardens By Kathleen M. Mangan Festivals and events highlight the fall...

  • Artistic Arizona

    Photograph by Peter Essick, National Geographic The American West faces persistent drought, whether or not relief comes this winter. The population of the Phoenix area...

  • The Iguana’s cave

    Photo and caption by Lorenzo Mittiga. Unexpected underwater encounter with a Green Iguana. I was attempting to take some overunder sunset shots in a semi-submerged...

  • Diving In

    Photograph by Paul Souders, Corbis Canada—Two miles off the western coast of the Hudson Bay and just south of the Arctic Circle, a polar bear...

  • Lithuania in Autumn

    Photograph by Regina. A forested park is suffused with the golden glow of autumn in the northern European country of Lithuania. Bordering the eastern Baltic Sea,...

  • Costa Rica Under Water

    Tracey Jennings dove in the waters off Costa Rica’s Cocos Island, a 36-hour sail from the mainland. “On this particular dive, at a site called Dirty...