Broome in the Kimberley, Western Australia, has few residents, much white sand and red cliffs, and a handful of hotels, spas and wilderness retreats for the adventurous visitor.
What would you do here if you had 36 hours to kill here? Tour an Art Deco neighborhood? Dine on goat stew at Tap Tap? Sample mojitos in the bars of South Beach?
Looking to get away? From domestic to international, budget to luxurious, family-friendly to rugged, we've got dozens of recommendations for 2015, drawn from Los Angeles Times staff, readers and other travel sites.
Welcome, Detourists! This slide show, photographed and written by L.A. Times staffer Christopher Reynolds, goes all over and grows every weekday.
A rare blue moon is rising tonight, and it will be hard to miss: Just look up.
The Walt Disney Hometown Museum in Marceline, Mo., is hoping to revive the vintage Disneyland attraction known as Midget Autopia, the first park ride ever moved to a non-Disney property.
Dogs typically are used at airports to sniff out drugs or food products. At LAX and other U.S. airports, they are trotted out to calm down nervous fliers. Now a newly trained pack of canines will be unleashed in Kenya and Tanzania to do something else: track down illegal ivory.