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An Oregon Couple Rushed Through Their Wedding Because Of A Wildfire And The Photos Are Breathtaking

So, a wildfire starts burning around you and it's terrifying, sure. But it also makes for a hell of a wedding photo.


Meeting a Great White: A Memorable Start to Summer

Like many other offices across the country, we here at Travelzoo love to share our "what we did on our summer vacations" stories, especially because we help so many people off the couch with our travel and local deals. It may only be mid-June, but my new story is tough to beat -- even the <i>Today</i> show …

National Parks Are About to Get Way More Fun

Next summer, some 110 million visitors will enter America’s National Parks. Among the most enthusiastic will be the paddlers running whitewater sections of the Merced River through Yosemite. That’s because, for the first time since the invention of modern whitewater kayaks and rafts, the National …

National Parks

The 2014 Best of the Best Hotel Awards

"But what's your favorite hotel?" It's the question most often asked of Jetsetter's editors by friends, relatives and brand new acquaintances. It's a topic we never tire of debating over computer monitors in the editorial department. And, most important, it's what lies at the heart of our first …

Stranded in a Patagonia Party Town

On a road trip through southern Patagonia, I got a flat tire on the famously rough Ruta 40, the north-south highway that spans Argentina for more than 2,700 miles. My only chance to repair the tire was a little town called Gobernador Gregores, where I hoped to find an auto shop.<p>No one was around on …

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Hikers make their way up 8,924-foot Huayna Picchu, an iconic pyramid peak that juts over 1,000 feet above Machu Picchu. Learn about Machu PIcchu and plan your trip: