The largest of the Cook Islands, Rarotonga offers an up-close look at an ancient seafaring culture—and, in many ways, resembles the fictional world of the Avatar sequel.
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Steel structures and swinging bridges built high above the rain forest floor give tourists a non-intrusive way to spot the country’s tapirs, tigers, and notoriously shy primates.
Once a beacon for ships navigating North Carolina’s treacherous coast, Frying Pan Tower has taken on a second life as a marine outpost and eco-lodge.
A new 250-mile trail lures tourists away from popular peaks through dense forests, ancient fortresses, and terraced rice paddies.
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As climbing season in Nepal starts, the trek to Annapurna Base Camp is a less trafficked way to get close to some of the world’s tallest peaks.