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The Hidden World of Ajanta, India by Liz Shemaria

This UNESCO World Heritage site, comprising 30 rock-cut Buddhist prayer halls, meditation chambers, and monasteries that dated from the 2nd century BCE to the 5th century AD, had remained hidden by jungle, dirt, animals, and brush for more than 1,000 years...

A Soaked Spring in Yosemite

After its wettest winter on record and a staggering sixty-three-feet of snow, Northern California — Yosemite included — is swollen with flooded valleys and thundering waterfalls....

In Search of Frogs on a Costa Rica Night Walk

Under a cloak of pitch-black darkness, bobbing flashlights illuminate the trail as our small group navigates our way into an otherworldly realm. Shadows of overhanging leaves hint at our environs, while the heavy, dank air feels palpable. ...

Ferocious Beauty by Alison Konecki

Wind throttled the shelter and smashed rain against the porthole above my bunk. Patagonia is notorious for its fierce weather; the elements had defined its brutal character. And when morning arrived I’d be out in one of its storms....

Galápagos Adventure: Our Best Family Trip Ever

In almost four decades as a travel writer and editor, I’ve been blessed to be able to take my wife and two children around the world, from Japan to Jamaica, France to Fiji, Australia to Yosemite. And yet, of all the wonderful destinations we’ve visited...

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