This week, many kids head back to school marking the end of summer for families. But just because summer is over doesn’t mean vacations have to stop. Read on for tips and ideas for school-year travel.
Travel More with your Kids, not Less This study talked to 1,500 teachers who think kids should travel more, not less. Find out in Travel + Leisure why the start of school doesn’t mean the end of travel.
Best Resorts in the US Travel + Leisure also named the 15 best resorts in the continental U.S., great for quick family getaways. Which one will you visit first?
Let’s not get too ahead of ourselves, it’s still definitely summer. But if you still haven’t planned a summer getaway, you might be looking for some close-to-home options, or already looking forward to fall. If so, this week’s round-up should help.
The Best Adventures Near You If you’re looking for an adventure, but don’t want to venture too far from home, this one’s for you. Outdoor Magazine asked the pros about their favorite hometown hiking, biking and running spots.
Focusing on Fall Even if you’re not quite ready for summer to be over, it’s never too early to start planning for fall. The Discoverer Blog offers eight trips you can plan now for next season.
As August begins and summer inevitably comes to end, we’re looking for ways to soak up every last second. From underrated U.S. towns to new ways to find a spot to cool off, check out these articles for ways to make the most of the end of the season.
Nine Underrated U.S. Towns The Discoverer Blog takes a look at nine U.S. towns more than worthy of a weekend getaway. Find one near you and plan a trip!
AirBnB for… Swimming Pools? Couchsurfing with apps like AirBnB is the new norm, but what about… pool-surfing? Would you ever rent an afternoon at a pool, or is this one step too far?
This is Your Brain On Travel Every day there is more and more scientific work showing travel is good for your mental health. The latest study says of its participants, “… over time, their satisfaction with material things went down, and their satisfaction increased with experiences they had spent money on.”