Travel & Leisure

Hikers in Hawaii Who Disobey Signs May Soon Have to Pay for Their Own Rescues

Don’t say they didn’t warn you. Along with the scenic hiking trails in Hawaii come inherent risks, be it flash-flood warnings, hazardous cliffs, or falling debris, among other dangers. Despite signage indicating that areas are closed, many still venture beyond the warnings and find themselves in precarious situations. To emphasize the importance of adhering to warnings, a proposed bill is making its way through the Hawaii state senate that would require those hikers who disobey signs to pay for their own rescues, CNN reports.

Quarantine-free travel may be one step closer with new travel industry app

A new app, set to launch within weeks, could mark the first step in resuming quarantine-free international travel.

The International Air Travel Association (IATA) travel app will allow governments and airlines to digitally collect, access and share information on the status of individual passengers’ Covid-19 test and vaccination.

MAKER’S MARK UNVEILS LIMITED-EDITION ‘WOOD FINISHING SERIES’ BOURBONS

What if we told you it would soon be possible to get not one, but two of your favorite whiskies from the same famed distillery? That’s what Maker’s Mark has in mind for the forthcoming release of the first of two limited-edition, complementary bourbons, beginning with the release of Wood Finishing Series FAE-01 in March.

The Most Scenic UTV Trails in America Are Endlessly Entertaining

Is the UTV life right for you? Polaris Adventures outfitters nationwide stand ready to put you in a RZR for one of these peak trail experiences. You don’t need a skull-rocking adventure to get your thrills (but if that’s your style, check out this trip through West Virginia’s Hatfield-McCoy Trails, full of loose-rock uphill, mud-slick downhill, and whippy switchback). Get ready to explore the best UTV trails in America.

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