Turns out, you don't need a car to see America. Traveling coast-to-coast across the United States by train is one of the world's greatest travel experiences. Amazingly, it's also one of the world's greatest travel bargains...
Lifehacker launched exactly ten years ago today (happy birthday to us)! In light of the occasion, let's take a look back at some of the most popular posts we've shared with you this last decade.
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Official site of Komitas
We are far from hardcore hikers. In fact my friends used to call me "indoorsy" before I started training for our Inca Trail hike 3 years ago. But we do like to get out there and explore the world, and some places you can only get to by foot! We've co...
You're entitled to cold, hard cash, not just chintzy vouchers.
After travelling here and there over the course of 7 years we have slowly accumulated a list of travel websites that we now use every time we book a new trip. If your planning, booking or on the road - check out these super useful sites to help you w...
Fear of nudity? That's so yesterday.
Rough Guides has this handy chart breaking down their estimate of how long you can travel in various parts of the world with a $1,000 in your pocket (this
Many of us will never experience swimming anywhere but a backyard pool or a local lake.
These resource pages are ongoing and come from many sources including online searches, word of mouth recommendations, books, pamphlets, brochures, and my own
Overview of what I loved (and didn't love) about my weeks in Rajasthan and Northern India.
A vacation can range anywhere from a dream to a nightmare. While some of that depends on circumstance, there's plenty you can do to make your travel easier, more efficient, and more fun.
BuzzFeed recently asked members of the BuzzFeed Community to share the most magical place they've ever travelled to. Here's what they said: 1. M
We've compiled a list of the 25 most epic bars in the world in terms of uniqueness. If you're getting bored of your usual...