Friday, August 12, 2022

In Hawaii, the Search for Sustainable Tourism

John De Fries discusses the delicate balance of tourism, culture and the environment in Hawaii.

John De Fries, the first native Hawaiian to lead the state’s tourism authority, discusses the delicate balance of tourism, culture and the environment — and why he got hooked on the TV show “The White Lotus.”

By PAIGE MCCLANAHAN | NYTimes Travel | Disclosure

Thursday, August 11, 2022

Coping with Europe’s Heat Waves


The Times’s Travel editor offers advice about vacationing amid high temperatures.


BY AMY VIRSHUP | NYTimes Travel | Disclosure

In the Mile High City, Festivals and Food Are on the Rise

Denver has regained its pre-pandemic vibrancy, with a plethora of new restaurants and hotels.

Denver has regained its pre-pandemic vibrancy, with a plethora of new restaurants and hotels, and the return of some old favorites.

The restaurant and the hotel are among the new businesses gaining popularity in this gateway city to the Rocky Mountains, which has regained its pre-pandemic vibrancy. And visitors are welcome: Denver International Airport, which was recently ranked as the world's third busiest facility, will have 39 new gates by the end of the year, increasing capacity by 30 percent.

Read more in the article by CINDY HIRSCHFELD | NYTimes Travel | Disclosure

Silver-Haired and Shameless About Perks: Retirees Take Part-time Work in the Travel Industry


Spend 15 hours a week loading baggage at the airport or passing out towels at the pool, and you can see Europe for a fraction of the usual cost.


BY DEBRA KAMIN | NYTimes Travel | Disclosure

Embarrassing, Uncomfortable and Risky: What Flying Is Like for Passengers Who Use Wheelchairs


Embarrassing, Uncomfortable and Risky: What Flying Is Like for Passengers Who Use Wheelchairs


Unknown Author | NYTimes Travel | Disclosure

Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Tracking Ships (and Sharks) and Tying Knots: Apps to Enrich Your Seaside Vacation


With the right software on your phone you can turn a getaway on the water into an opportunity for discovery, from deciphering signal flags to forecasting tides.


BY STEPHANIE ROSENBLOOM | NYTimes Travel | Disclosure

Tuesday, August 9, 2022

Admiring the Trees of Paris


From the dramatic weeping willows along the Seine to the London plane trees that line the Champs-Élysées, trees play a supporting role in the city’s inimitable elegance and grandeur.


BY VIVIAN SONG | NYTimes Travel | Disclosure