In Iceland, there's no better way to cleanse the palate from fermented shark than by sampling a few scoops of farm-fresh ice cream.
“A New Kind of Bucket List” is a series by Outpost environmental columnist Cam Fenton calling attention to all the global destinations he wants to see—not before he dies, but before they die. Read the rest here...
Losing my phone in Amsterdam ruined my day, threatened my future travel plans and freaked me out, but I never lost hope of getting it back.
The Konyak people were once renowned for decapitating their enemies and celebrating with the skulls. Today, as those customs die off, only a few head-hunters remain.
Climate change shouldn’t be an opportunity for us to travel more easily in wild and remote places, but a harsh wake-up call to protect them.
An Aztec ceremony cleansing the living. Handmade Mexican shadowboxes honouring the deceased. This is how Day of the Dead deals with life and death through tradition, humour and celebration.
Your quick layover turns into a 24-hour crisis, and your pets are starving at home. What do you do?
The rich lava soil of Sicily's Mount Etna provides the perfect conditions for growing dangerously delicious pistachios.
In Rome, driving safe is paramount. It’s also harder than it sounds.
National parks are national treasures. But because of our warming climate, many are changing irreparably—especially in Canada.