Michelob Ultra will provide their new Chief Exploration Officer with a camper to explore several National Parks and document their adventures along the way.
Newsweek talks to Ewan McGregor and best friend Charley Boorman about their new epic motorcycle series 'Long Way Up' which reunites them on a 13,000-mile journey from the southernmost tip of South America to L.A. But this time they have to plug in as they go—they're riding electric Harleys.
From one of the smallest countries in the world to a collection of islands in the South Pacific, these countries might not be at the top of your travel bucket list—but maybe they should be.
The Farm on Round Top Road dates back to the colonial period.
Within a week of Adventures Overland announcing on its Instagram page that it was launching a bus service from the Indian capital New Delhi to London—a distance of 4,168 miles—the company was inundated with thousands of inquiries about it, despite the $20,185 fare.
Despite having an exemption card printed from the government's website, a U.K. passenger with chronic asthma was forced to wear a mask during his hour-long flight.
The renowned worldwide food ratings guide praised octogenarian Wu Huang-yi's steamed pork belly buns for their intriguing sweet and salty mix.
The video of the encounter, which was posted to social media, includes annoyed responses from other travelers who want the man to stay on the flight. "Allegiant has their frickin policy," a man's voice says on the video. "You're supposed to be wearing a f****** mask to begin with."
As the summer comes to a close, some might still be looking for a way to take advantage of the warm weather while it lasts. Here is a list of the best places to enjoy the outdoors and camp this summer around the United States.
A large European airline will need further government loans to survive, Norwegian's CEO announced.
The Palau Hotel is 100 percent empty at the moment, we have no guests. Every morning when I wake up, I know we will have lost another $1,000 by the end of the day.
Newsweek talks to Kellee Edwards, a licensed pilot, expert scuba diver and a solo explorer who is changing the face of adventure, landing the distinction of being the first Black woman to host her own travel TV series.
While we won't be taking the freedom to travel for granted ever again post-pandemic, we owe a lot to these trailblazing women who were pioneers in exploring the world in the past 100 years.
Luckily, the whole thing was caught on video.
France's three-Michelin starred Gilles Goujon dishes on a variety of topics, including how he took the thrice-bankrupt Auberge du Vieux Puits and turned it into the world's best fine-dining restaurant according to Tripadvisor,
World's first Godzilla Museum opens in Japan, and is set to include a giant monster that visitors can zipline into.
The store manager of the last remaining Blockbuster has listed her store on Airbnb for only $4 a night.
Though Labor Day is fast approaching, some are considering a road trip past the summer's unofficial end as employees continue to work from home and students learn remotely.
Watch a film at a "floating cinema" on your own private mini-boat, by an English medieval castle or against the backdrop of the illuminated ancient Acropolis. You'll feel like you're in a scene from the movies—while watching one.
France and Turkey have both seen rises of over 1,000 COVID-19 cases in a day, sparking fears of a second wave of the virus.
Originally issued in March, at the onset of the novel coronavirus pandemic, the federal agency's previous advisory recommended against all nonessential international travel.
U.K. government attempts to limit the spread of the virus would have proved more successful if it had not made the "serious mistake" of failing to impose quarantine restrictions on international arrivals.
The total disappearance of the Arctic summer sea ice is forecast for as early as 2040. Newsweek takes an exclusive look at the new National Geographic doc that shows the Indigenous life that's also melting away in the Arctic, and how this pandemic is the loudest wake-up call we have for humanity.
Hurtigruten's ship MS Roald Amundsen was one of the first cruise liners in the world to resume operations after they were halted amid the coronavirus pandemic.