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Reykjavik: $99 to London?! What You Need to Know About Iceland's WOW Air

Earlier this morning we breathlessly reported the news that low-cost Icelandic airline WOW Air will begin flying to the US beginning March 2015.

Florida: Help Restore Coral Reefs on Your Next Dive in the Florida Keys

The Coral Restoration Foundation now offers divers in the Florida Keys a unique opportunity to take action while doing something they love.

Pemba: The Quirimbas Archipelago: How Do You Even Reach This Private Island Paradise?

Have you ever seen a photo of a destination and thought, "I HAVE TO GO TO THERE?" Sure you have, because who hasn't?

Los Cabos: Too Much Tequila? Leave the Bar Behind for These Activities in Cabo San Lucas

Cabo has been no stranger to the front lines of travel news of late, first with the announcement of new routes on Delta and more recently in the wake of the hurricane.

WOW Air, Iceland's Cute Airline, Announces Boston and Washington DC Flights from $125

We hope you are sitting down, because the long-awaited budget flights between the US and Iceland are finally happening and already on sale.

Copenhagen: Order off the 'After Hours' Menu at Copenhagen's Sexy Burger Joint

Can you hear it now? “I’ll take the chicken burger, fries, a vibrator, two cock rings, and the 50 Shades of Grey whip set.” Yes, officially licensed 50 Shades of Grey sex gear is on the menu.

Boston: Landed at Logan? Take This Bus to Boston's Back Bay

Public transportation options to get to the airport are typically never hard to come by in big cities, but that doesn't mean they are always quick and convenient.

Apple Pay Does Disney World, But What About the Rest of the World?

Blah blah blah Apple Pay. Although it seems like the new mode of payment is all anyone can talk about this week, the attention is for good reason.

Amsterdam: Travel Contest Alert: Win Tickets on a KLM Final Flight

When we talk about exciting, historical flights we typically talk about inaugurals. First flights are celebrated for a reason; they are a promise of travel to come and often a demonstration of the growth of a community or the prowess of new technology.

Orlando : How to Get Tickets to the 2014 Electric Daisy Carnival in Orlando

Next month EDC Orlando returns with two days of music, carnival rides, pyrotechnics, interactive art installations and special effects at Tinker Field.

Seattle: Quiet Bubbles and Virtual Reality: What You Missed at the 2014 Aircraft Interiors Expo

Last week, the airline industry descended upon Seattle for the North American side of the 2014 Aircraft Interiors Expo, a conference that focuses on the future of passenger experience and interior cabin design.

Stockholm: Neighborhoods to Know and Go: Stockholm's Cool and Creative Södermalm

A typical trip to Stockholm probably consists of a visit to the Vasa museum to see the viking ship or a stop by the Abba museum, where you can listen to “Waterloo” on a continuous loop for two hours.

Travel Movie Tuesday: 'Summertime' in Venice with Katharine Hepburn

From Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck falling in love in Rome to Julia Roberts circling the globe to find herself, film has played an important role in shaping both the golden years and current day of travel.

How Oscar de la Renta Made Punta Cana's Paradise Possible

Above: the beach at Tortuga Bay Flying to the resort town of Punta Cana, Dominican Republic? You have more than just nature to thank for its beauty.

Forget Wine Bars, One Airport is Developing Its Own Winery

Beer and wine at the airport is hardly anything new, but when that wine is made right at the airport—now that’s something worth an intentional layover.

Why Rental Car Companies Seem to Prefer Certain Cars

If you think back on your last few rental car encounters there’s probably a decent chance that one of your vehicles was something like a Chevy Impala.

How Apple Pay Makes Life Easier for Travelers

First off, you must be in possession of an iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Mini 3 or iPad Air 3 running iOS 8.1, and you must enable passcode lock and, for the iPhone, Touch ID (fingerprint recognition).

'I Flew 9,500 Miles and Did Not Catch Ebola'

In the midst of the "Ebola in America" panic, Jaunted's editor flew around the world and has this to say for her experience: In the course of about 30 hours last week, I flew through 5 major international airports and did not catch Ebola.

Halloween Around the World: The 6 Spookiest Cemeteries with Strange Histories

For every enchanting mountaintop resort, riveting extreme sports adventure or breathtaking spa in the middle of nowhere that we write about, there are many places and experiences in this world that we would absolutely NOT use our vacation time (or work time) to explore.

Should You Take a Segway Tour? We Weigh the Pros and Cons

Segways. Where there's a tourist hotspot city center, there's likely to be a Segway tour or two of it.