We consulted with the country’s top food bloggers and experts (and did plenty of foraging ourselves) to uncover the best eco-friendly restaurant in every state, from the Sun Belt to the Gulf of Alaska to the shores of Hawaii's Big Island.
Travelers thrive on being connected to the world. It’s in our nature to want to meet new people, experience different cultures and places—and share the journey. But when you can go just about anywhere these days and still get a signal on your phone, feeding that urge to Instagram everything can actually leave us more deeply disengaged from a destination (and our travel companions) than we realize.
At the confluence of high mountain ranges, lush forests and an archipelago of more than 100 islands, you have Seattle. It may be one of the most beautiful settings for cultural and outdoor pursuits, but deciding how best to spend a weekend here can feel like work, unless, it turns out, you do something outlandish like ditch the car.
While holidays come and go, there’s nothing like giving a gift that will endure trip after trip. These 11 ideas prove that you don’t have to sacrifice quality and style for a little environmental responsibility (that goes a long way).
While Americans have made Mexico their No. 1 favorite place to visit—with 20.3 million trips a year, according to the National Travel and Tourism Office—there are ways of finding uncrowded beaches, quiet palapas, and Mayan ruins that are selfie stick–free, if you know where to look.