A wilderness survival course leaves a novice camper hungry, cold and triumphant.
Adventurous souls are willing to spend the night among unusual bedfellows as mummies, a giant squid and snoring strangers.
In the travel industry, prison museums are a growth sector. David Brown visits Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia.
The city's gloriously glamorous beach is the real star attraction, writes Jenny Coad.
Andy Leighton is a wild and crazy guy making beautiful music at Reagan National Airport.
Some people say Fargo is in the middle of nowhere - like that's a bad thing, writes Melanie D.G. Kaplan.
Visitors from China are now the second-largest group of international travellers to LA. How did the city do it?
Older adventurers stay young at heart rafting the Grand Canyon's rapids.
The first time Jennifer LaRue saw the Brooklyn Bridge was in Woody Allen film Manhattan. She's been hooked ever since.
Chinese tourists are flocking to Los Angeles in their droves, but what's their fascination with this city? Dan Whitcomb finds out.
Hawaii is a great vacation spot for travelling with the kids, says Chris Melzer.
US ski resorts are upping the ante, finding new ways this season to pamper guests who barely want to leave the slopes.
Roaring trains and a sea of humanity meld with grey concrete surroundings. You're rushing along when a kaleidoscope of colour jolts your eye.
Rocky Jim, Jr., a 44-year-old Miccosukee Indian, has been wrestling alligators for 31 years, entertaining countless tourists.
For decades, children visiting New York savoured one stop above all: a trip to a toy store that existed only in their imagination.