There’s more to this historic Southern city than antebellum charm. Get to know the other sides of Charleston: visit the brand new International African American Museum, paddle a kayak through a blackwater estuary, or check out the vibrant food and art scenes.
All across the country, Native American tribes are taking part in the management of their ancestral lands and debunking myths about their history. Here are six sites where visitors can experience and understand indigenous cultures in new ways.
Western Pennsylvania and western New York are blessed with numerous works by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright – and the settings are just as stunning as the structures. Join Joe Furey on a road trip as he tours nine remarkable sites, including the iconic Fallingwater house.
Held each year at Crow Agency, Montana, Crow Fair is one of the largest Native American gatherings in the world, featuring parades, a rodeo, traditional dancing, and more than 1,000 teepees – and it’s open to everyone.
Showcasing locally produced food, beer, and wine, these trails are ideal for replenishing after a hike or bike ride, or just for a fun, delicious day out.
Exploring by kayak offers access to places you can’t reach by car or on foot and up-close encounters with wildlife. Our nomads share their favorite kayaking adventures around the country.
Covering more than 120 sites across 15 states, the Civil Rights Trail commemorates the fight for social justice in the US during the 1950s and ‘60s. Here's what to see along the way.
New Mexico is famous for its hot air balloon festival, but this Southwestern state is also great for hiking, biking, and exploring Native American history – especially in wintertime.
Not a skier? Not a problem. These fun and memorable winter activities will get you out in the snowy wilderness all over the United States.
Arizona’s natural wonders don’t stop with the Grand Canyon. Naturalist guide John Baston shares southern Arizona’s striking landscapes, rich history, and abundant desert wildlife.
The sport of mountain biking originated in the United States, so it’s no surprise that there are endless great places to ride here, whatever your skill level. Our nomads share their favorites around the country.