Reachable only by boat, this remote Pacific atoll is inhabited by descendants of a footloose Englishman. The idyllic vibe is unmistakable, but it's tested by the realities of living in a very vulnerable place in a warming world.
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Finally visit those crowd-less destinations you’ve been dreaming of—without breaking the bank.
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It’s getting harder to find great hot springs in nature that aren’t packed with other people. The most popular spots are all over the internet. But what if we told you there are remote lodges and resorts in places a little off the beaten path, where your room comes with access to a semi-secluded, spring-fed tub?
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What you need—and everything you don’t—for your beginner setup.
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Beach trips are supposed to feel relaxing and slow-paced. Whether you’re looking to surf, dive, paddle, or just read a book in a hammock, the point is that you’re getting away from it all. Which is why sometimes you need to escape the hustle and bustle of more well-known seaside destinations (we’re looking at you, Cancún and Waikiki) and find those beach towns that are a little sleepier.
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From the coast of Vancouver Island to the mountains of the interior, here are 8 places to visit in British Columbia this fall to experience the wellness benefits of nature.
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Have you ever come across a stunning photo in your social feed—mossy trees, glacier-clad mountains, a lush river valley—and immediately felt the need to ditch your phone and get outside? According to ample research linking time spent outdoors with my...
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If scientists can agree on one thing, it’s that spending time outdoors is really good for you. The “nature effect,” as the rejuvenating power of the wild is often called, is backed by a growing body of research that shows that spending time in nature...
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