"Stay local" has become the mantra of risk-averse Long Islanders this season during the pandemic.
Not the camping type? Here's what you need to know about a glamping trip
With travelers turning toward outdoor options during the pandemic, some are considering camping's fancier offshoot.
Workers praise Disney virus safety, but will visitors come?
Two weeks after reopening, workers at Disney World are praising the company for the safety protocols that have been implemented to protect against the new coronavirus.
Stargazers guide to Idaho's Dark Sky Reserve
The state's tourism boards have come up with ways to create a socially distanced paradise in Idaho's plentiful wilderness areas for vacation-starved travelers.
Southwest announces it will no longer allow customers without masks to fly
The policy is the strictest so far among U.S. airlines.
Universal canceling Halloween Horror Nights due to virus
Halloween Horror Nights typically lasts more than a month starting in September, but it's planned for more than a year.
A guide to reopened museums and gardens in the D.C. region
The coronavirus pandemic continues to have a major impact on Washington's cultural institutions even as the region begins to reopen.
Disney World's last two theme parks reopen to visitors
The parks were the last of Orlando's major theme parks to reopen after being shuttered since March.
Traveling with pets: Tips and pet-friendly resorts to visit
Opting for a road trip instead of air travel this summer because of COVID-19? Consider inviting your dog.
Coronavirus may end the hotel breakfast as we know it
These days, mealtime and tables are being spread out, and porches are open for breakfast.
What will your hotel stay look like in the near future?
Hotel experts say solutions to 6-foot social distancing should include new furniture arrangements, signs or other ways to keep guests apart.