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Travel Lens: Joel Sartore’s World

Joel Sartore is, among other things, a lifelong Nebraskan, an Eagle Scout, and a veteran photographer for National Geographic magazine. He’s also someone who cares deeply about the fate of our planet, and the species that depend on it, including us. Here’s a look at the world and all that’s in it through Joel Sartore’s unique lens.

Free to See: 20 U.S. Weird and Wacky Events

These events—a Bigfoot festival and a shopping cart race among them—are just too odd to miss. Get a sneak peek of our weird and wacky list below, then find all 20 online. Plus, we want to hear from you. Tell us about another odd festival or event in the comments section below. East Coast Kinetic Sculpture Race Baltimore,…

Strange Planet: Nebraska

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Even Intelligent Travelers get a kick out of the kooky — so as a spin off of our magazine’s back page, we’re offering up our own Strange Planet selections here on the blog. While researching family-friendly attractions in the U.S., intern Laura Mansho stumbled upon some quirky roadside destinations that will probably never grace the…

Traipsing Through Tourist Traps

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Moving on is the way of all interns, but we here at IT have never been very good at dealing with the departure of our key allies in the war on boredom (i.e. blogging). After all, one of us was a Traveler intern who managed to never leave; why can’t all the others follow suit?…