If you're looking for the perfect beach getaway this summer, look no further than Byron Bay, Australia. Whether you love body-surfing or serious wave riding, swimming in warm, shallow waters or long walks on the beach, Byron Bay has something for everyone.
As much as we love Napa and Sonoma, our palates are occasionally wont to wander. Paso Robles is on the tips of wine connoisseurs' tongues these days, so we headed south to check out what's being touted as California's hot wine region du jour.
With a coastline that stretches for over 800 miles, we never tire of the gorgeous vistas that can be admired while cruising down the California coast. Check out these five gorgeous drives (perfect for a day-trip from the city), the next time you want to feel the wind in your hair, the sun on your skin, and the spray of the ocean.
From pimped-out pads to primitive shelters, these West Coast treehouses have all the rustic style and whimsical charm necessary for vacationing in the treetops. Whether you’re looking for an ocean-view surf retreat, a romantic redwood forest getaway, or a weekend of off-the-grid communal living, your chateau in the sky awaits you.
Have your eye on a trip Down Under this year? Qantas will make your flight to Australia a breeze with its friendly service and premium features.
It’s an age old tradition. From Japan to Iceland to the dusty backcountry of the American west, people have been soaking up the geothermal magic provided by wild hot springs since time immemorial. Interested in taking the ancestral dip? These wild hot springs will be at your service, au natural.
Once upon a time, Eureka was a vibrant seaport, rivaled only in importance by San Francisco itself. While many city folks may find themselves wondering Where's Eureka?, the Humboldt County seat is making a comeback among tree huggers, art buffs, and foodies craving oysters and craft beer.
California's coastal camping options are nearly limitless. So go get cozy around a campfire and enjoy the outdoors every month of the year.
The John Muir Hiking Trail (a.k.a. the motherland of breathtaking views) is named after the nation's most influential naturalists and founder of the Sierra Club, John Muir. Running 211 miles north and south, the trail spans over three national parks, beginning at the glaciated granite domes of Yosemite to the 14,505-foot summit of Mount Whitney (the highest point in the continental United States).