Husafell Hotel: New Design-Driven Hotel in Iceland’s Stunning & Wild Interior

Northern Lights from Husafell Hotel (photo courtesy Husafell Hotel)

  Review by Ron Bernthal Opened in 2015, the new Husafell Hotel, located in West Iceland’s sparsely settled interior, about 90 minutes from Reykjavik, is located just 20 minutes from Langjokull glacier on the edge of Iceland’s glaciel wildlands. The … Continue reading

Four Seasons Resort Langkawi, Malaysia Eco-Experience Explores Southeast Asia’s First UNESCO Geopark

One of the creatures that might be encountered on the Four Seasons Resort Langkawi in Malaysia's new family-friendly Mangroves & Eagles Safari through the dramatic Kilim Karst, Southeast Asia's first UNESCO Geopark.

The Four Seasons Resort Langkawi in Malaysia now offers a family-friendly Mangroves & Eagles Safari through the dramatic Kilim Karst, Southeast Asia’s first UNESCO Geopark. Guest take a private boat from the Resort’s Serai beach and in just a few … Continue reading

Cosmonaut training in Russia? Cruise Lines Offer New Surprises for Adventure Seekers

Crystal Cruises is featuring a Baltic cruise which includes a visit to Star City, Russia's  NASA and the opportunity to experience an actual Russian Cosmonaut Training course on advanced space equipment: the centrifuge, zero-gravity flight, or hydro-space program.

The trend toward offering travelers more intensive, authentic experiences that engage and enrich is moving through the entire industry. Cruisegoers, for example, are increasingly opting for active, engaging experiences when they hit the seas or the rivers of the world. … Continue reading

7200 Acres of New York’s Upper Hudson & Cedar Rivers Open to Anglers and Paddlers for First Time in 100 Years

New York State's Hudson River © 2013 Karen Rubin/news-photos-features.com

For the first time in 100 years, the public can now access for recreational purposes the Hudson and Cedar Rivers within 7200 acres of new lands recently added to New York State’s Forest Preserve. Parking areas, public motor vehicle access, … Continue reading

From Saranac Lake 6 to CATS Trails on Lake Champlain, Adirondacks of Northern NYS Offer Unparalleled Hiking

The Adirondack Region of New York, which boasts the largest trail system in the state, winding more than 2,000 miles through mountains, rivers and lakes, offers unparalleled hiking experiences for all abilities. From the newly crowned “Saranac Six,” to the … Continue reading