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The view of Honolulu from the peak of Diamond Head.

The 10 Most Visited Cities in the United States by Foreign Travelers (2013)

The 2013 year-end statistics are in from the National Travel and Tourism Office on the most popular cities in the United States with international visitors. Altogether, 32 million international travelers ventured to the United States in 2013 and almost all of them managed to make it to one of these 10 cities. While no city […]

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The 10 Most Visited States in the United States by Foreign Travelers (2013)

Want to know which states are winning the race for valuable tourism dollars from overseas visitors? Well, check out the latest statistics from the Office of Travel and Tourism Industries which tracks inbound tourism to the United States. Below readers will find the 10 most visited states in the United States by overseas travelers in […]

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Orca Island is a great stop for a relaxing holiday. Photo by //lucylu/Flickr.

The Ten Best Places to See Wildlife in the United States

With such diverse and delicate ecosystems, it’s no surprise that the United States has several top-notch parks, refuges and slightly off-the-beaten-track areas to spot the nation’s breathtaking wildlife and nature. These coral reefs, glaciers, woods and swamplands highlight the vast array of the country’s wildlife, including many endangered species. Visitors can see the world how […]

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The World’s Ten Best Places to Watch the Sunset

Watching the sun set seems like a rare treat with all the day-to-day nonsense, but it’s possible to make it a real luxury by seeing the sun melt into the horizon from a spectacular location. Whether from a mountaintop, next to the ocean, on a glacier or at the top of a skyscraper, looking to […]

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The Ten Best Nude Beaches in the United States

If we did this list for Europe it would almost be redundant, after all, most beaches in Europe are at least a little nude friendly. But here in the United States, public nudity is still something one has to go looking for, and there’s no better place to look than at one of America’s ten […]

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The Most Visited States in the United States by Foreign Travelers (2012)

Are you curious to know which states receive the most visitors? Well, here is a list of the top ten most visited states in the United States in 2012 by overseas travelers – excluding Mexico and Canada – as recognized by the Office of Travel and Tourism Industries, and the reasons travelers think they’re so […]

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The World’s Wildest Waters: Six Places Not to Swim

The waters of our planet are as vast and varied as the land, filled with mystery, beauty, danger and adventure. Oceans, seas, rivers and lakes beckon travelers who flock to their shores and banks, however, some of the most spectacular watery destinations are also the most deadly — if one dares to dip their toes. […]

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Vacation Rental Review: Hawaii Beach Homes

I have traveled the world for 40 years and enjoyed over 140 countries. Some intriguing, some breathtaking and some not so much, but one of my favorite places was in my own back yard…Hawaii. I have lived on Oahu and explored the other islands many times throughout the years, and I must say that Hawaii […]

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Resort Review: Royal Kona Resort, Hawaii Island

The crews of Traveler’s Digest travel the globe in order to bring you the most current and accurate travel information to be found anywhere. Our goal is to inspire you to explore and live your life by creating glorious memories. The more we know about our world the more we will understand its needs and […]

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Vacation Rental Review: Hawaii Beach Homes, Oahu

This was the beginning of our 4-year world tour & we were excited to finally be on our way. One more night and we’re out of here! Driving up the beautiful coast of California, from San Diego, we were all verbally quite as we mentally prepared ourselves for our new adventures. It was late by […]

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