An estimated 30 cruise ships will not make their way to Skagway, Alaska — the small town, a staple stop for many popular Alaskan cruises — due to recent dangerous rockslides, the city's mayor confirmed to Travel + Leisure this week. "We have to figure out the cost...
Airlines in the United States were working to recover Monday after yet another weekend of mass cancellations that saw more than 900 flights cut on Sunday alone. As of Monday morning, more than 400 flights had been canceled out of, into, or within the U.S. along with more than 1,400 delayed, according to flight tracker FlightAware. That followed 950 flight cancellations on Sunday and more than 8,000 delays.
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When you're traveling, it's all about finding wardrobe pieces that are both comfortable and versatile. After all, multi-tasking clothing will save you time and precious suitcase space when you're on the go. Nxtstop may be best known for its cloth face masks sourced from bamboo, which are also a travel must-have, but the brand also makes stylish travelwear that you'll want to pack for every trip (and even wear on the airplane). That includes a pair of sleek pants that seem to do the impossible, since they're designed to feel like your favorite pair of leggings but look as polished as your go-to work trousers.
When I visited France earlier this summer, I didn't intend to eat so many potato chips. Leading up to the trip, I imagined the croissants, the choux à la crème, the jambon-beurre sandwiches, let alone the dishes I'd never heard of and had yet to discover. And boy, did I enjoy all of those delicacies. But as I sat in Charles de Gaulle airport on my way back to the U.S., a bag of Lay's Poulet Rôti caught my eye in a Relay! convenience store, and I couldn't help but think, why not? What's one more bag? With that, I happily purchased the roast chicken-flavored chips and crunched away while waiting to board my flight back to New York.
We independently research, test, review, and recommend the best products—learn more about our process. If you buy something through our links, we may earn a commission. A great canopy makes a day at the beach even better. Whether you want a simple spot to cool off or a full tent that provides shelter, privacy, and storage solutions for the whole family, there’s a perfect shade accessory out there for you. The right beach canopy not only makes your day on the coast more comfortable and convenient, but also gives you a crucial extra layer of protection from the sun’s harmful UV rays.
We independently research, test, review, and recommend the best products—learn more about our process. If you buy something through our links, we may earn a commission. Traveling isn't always glamorous. The odds are stacked against you when you're planted in the middle seat of a packed red-eye, hoping with all your might that your checked bag made the connection with you. Arriving at your destination looking sharp — as if you didn't even have to travel — can prove to be quite a challenge, especially when you're heading straight into a professional setting or attending an event where you'll need to look put-together. And a quick post-flight bathroom change doesn't always do the trick. That's why a travel-ready suit is an absolute essential for this kind of occasion. Related:10 Comfortable Dress Shoes for Men As fabrication technology advances, many designers are now creating suits with globetrotters in mind. You no longer need to worry about meticulously packing your suit into your checked bag — or having to sacrifice your go-to carry-on for a garment bag — because many of these suits are wrinkle-resistant. These jackets and pants pack features like extra-stretch wool and memory-molding fabric that will keep you feeling comfortable and looking good for the long haul. Whether you are traveling for business, a wedding, or just packing for a special night out, we've rounded up the best suits for the journey.
Photography duo Allie Leepson and Jesse McClary find wide-open spaces — and plenty of roadside kitsch — in the tiny towns along State Route 375. There have been so many claims of UFO sightings along State Route 375, a quiet road in south-central Nevada, that in 1996, the government officially renamed it in honor of its alleged extraterrestrial visitors. Last June, Allie Leepson and Jesse McClary drove the 98-mile corridor, documenting alien attractions in small communities like Rachel — the closest town to Area 51.
Visiting the World's Tallest Tree in This California National Park Could Result in a $5,000 Fine or Jail Time — Here's Why
Visitors to Redwoods National and State Parks who venture to see the world's tallest tree may have hefty consequences in store. According to The Associated Press, those who head off the trail to see the tree, named "Hyperion" at the northern California park could face up to six months of jail time and be subject to $5,000 in fines.
This Hiking Club Wants to Take You on a 60-mile Journey Through One of America's Most Beautiful Landscapes
Highlander, a long-distance hiking event series, is coming to America for an epic adventure through one of the nation's most beautiful landscapes. From Sept. 27 to Oct. 2, the event series is heading to Big Bear Lake in Southern California's San Bernardino National Forest. It's offering three different formats to allow for maximum accessibility, including a 60-mile, five-day trek; a 30-mile, three-day journey; and a 15-mile weekend trip.
The Biscoff is a small rectangular cookie with a satisfying, caramelized crunch. But it's more than mere confection. It's actually a reliable predictor of how often you park yourself on a plane. If you're seldom to be seen in the sky, you'd be forgiven for your unfamiliarity with the Belgian snack food. If you're a frequent flier, however, it's more ubiquitous than an Oreo. So, here's some food for thought: How did this one sweet biscuit so successfully associate itself with air travel?
Samantha Brown knows travel. After more than 20 years on the road, the host of PBS's "Places to Love" has encountered countless snafus during her trips such as getting lost in Los Angeles, booking a rental car during a pandemic, and battling misbehaving children on flights. And while there might not be a miracle tool that can combat every single problem that pops up while traveling, there is one that does more than you might think: duct tape.
Feeling like you just don't have enough time in the day anymore? You're right. As it turns out, the days really are getting shorter. According to the National Physical Laboratory in England, on June 29, the Earth experienced its shortest day in history, shaving 1.59 milliseconds off our typical 24-hour cycle, Popular Mechanics reported. This recently recorded phenomenon appears to be happening more frequently. Popular Mechanics pointed to Time and Date, which reported that in 2020, the Earth experienced the 28 shortest days since "accurate daily measurements using atomic clocks began in the 1960s."
Summer is still in full swing, but JetBlue is already planning for fall with a two-day sale offering $25 off one-way flights and more. The "Get The Fall Rolling Sale," which must be booked by 11:59 p.m. ET on Aug. 3, will offer travelers $25 off one-way base fares of $50 or more for travel from Sept. 7 through Nov. 16, JetBlue shared with Travel + Leisure. To take advantage, travelers can use the code "FALLSALE" when booking nonstop flights.
Flight prices are expected to drop significantly in August and into the early fall following a very busy — and expensive — summer travel season. According to Hopper, domestic airfare is expected to drop 25% in August, compared to its peak in May of this year. In fact, the average airfare price will decrease to $286 this month, or 3% lower than this time last year, and remain at or below $300 through September.
It's hard to top July's exoplanet excitement, but August will try. Not only is this the last month to catch one of 2022's three supermoons, it's also the beginning of several lunar missions — with one of the year's best meteor showers mixed in. Some of this month's night-sky...
New Zealand dropped restrictions on cruise ships over the weekend, more than two years after the start of the pandemic and just months after the country started welcoming international travelers. The decision to once again allow cruise ships, which the government outlined on Sunday, comes as part of a larger...
The Standard is continuing to flip the formula on boutique hotels as it further expands around the globe. Today, the hospitality brand opened its Asia flagship in Thailand's capital, unveiling The Standard, Bangkok Mahanakhon, to the public as of July 29. Located in one of downtown Bangkok's tallest and most...
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Delta Air Lines opened its only international Sky Club lounge in Tokyo on Friday, July 29, welcoming guests with sake, a made-to-order noodle bar, and more. The lounge, which was initially expected to open in the summer of 2020 before building was stymied by the pandemic, is located in Terminal 3 of Tokyo's Haneda Airport, the airline shared with Travel + Leisure. The new lounge is the only one at the airport operated by an American airline and marks Delta's lounge expansion beyond the United States.
Guests at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom Park this week received an early "spooktacular" surprise ahead of the Halloween season when lightning struck just above the park's Haunted Mansion. In a video posted Wednesday on Twitter from fan account DisneyClipsGuy!, the sky illuminates with lightning behind the iconic attraction offering...