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Peru. Machu Pichu - Our Favourite Hike in the World

Kach & Jonathon Medina

Growing up in the Lake District in North West England, surrounded by lakes, rivers, mountains and valleys, I’m always looking for a mountain to


 You haven’t known adventure until you have zipped down a 300 foot sand dune headfirst, screaming for your life, eating sand the entire way

6 Days Trekking in Nepal

Nepal is a land of enchantment and home of the great Himalayan mountain range.

Trekking in Nepal is one of the most unique experiences you can do on your travel, suitable for a wide range of experience and physical fitness

Morocco, Marrakech - Saadian Tombs

Amanda Mouttaki

   Tucked into the kasbah of Marrakech you’ll find the Saadian Tombs. Typically graveyards aren’t high on my list of things to

Phillipines, Snapshot

Andrew & Brenda Toletino

    What to Bring, What to Leave Behind and Daily tips in the life of a traveler in the Philippines   It was midnight, the 3rd of J

Spot the Big Five on an African Safari

Annette White

Spot the Big Five on an African Safari If you are traveling to African for an African safari there is little doubt that you will want to s

The East Coast of Australia, My Backpacking Mini Guide

Chris Stevens

The East Coast of Australia, My Backpacking Mini Guide   The East Coast of Australia is one of the most iconic places to go backpacking. T

Banjaran Hotsprings Retreat Ipoh, Malaysia.

Cacinda Maloney

The Banjaran Hotsprings Retreat After a 1 1/2-hour bus ride from Penang, we had finally arrived.  Weary and worn, I was overwhelmed with joy

Australian Outback - Road Trip

Charli & Ben

The only nation to govern an entire continent which is estimated to cover 7,692,024 square Kilometres, Australia offers a great variety of landscape

Malaysia - Top Things to do in Langkawi [For Non Romantic People]

Robson Cadore & Natalie DeDuck

Top Things to do in Langkawi [For Non Romantic People]   After some requests I decided to write a new post about the top things to do in Langk

Africa, Ghana - Jungle Trekking

Eugene Pak

Ghana: Where all my stereotypes of a continent were redefined Ubuntu: “I am what I am because of who we all are,” a Ghanaian philos

Road trip to a hidden gem in the forests of Coorg, India

Geert Leyson

 Road trip to a hidden gem in the forests of Coorg, India     India is one of the countries that is still on my bucket list

Israel - Dead Sea

Gina Zammit

Disclosure: My trip to Israel was sponsored by the Israel Ministry of Tourism. All opinions are my own. There are few experiences that rival float

Mount Kinabalu, Borneo: to Climb or not to Climb?

Ivana Greslikova & Gianni Bianchin

      Whether you are a nomad who prefers to move with a step-by-step itinerary or a traveller who goes with the flow, your trip to

Dubrovnik City Walls Walk: A Virtual Tour

Jackie Laulainen

Dubrovnik City Walls Walk: A Virtual Tour         Overlooking Dubrovnik from the inner wall. There is a gondola that goe

Overland Australia Travel Experience

Jarryd Salem & Alesha Bradford

The Only Way To Travel – Overland Australia     Everyone told us to book a flight. To drive from Canberra to Alice Springs was j

Camping at Voyageurs National Park - U.S.A

Jenna Kvidt & Micah Kvidt

Camping at Voyageurs National Park   The sun had started to set. We had just landed at our boat-up campsite for the night, and there wasn&rsqu

Ecuadorian Chocolate Tasting with Republica del Cacao

Jeremy Jones

Ecuadorian Chocolate Tasting with Republica del Cacao   For those who know me, you should know that I love chocolate. My addiction has little

The Balkans - The Strangest Most Beautiful Place...

Jeremy Scott Foster

It was a long summer of travel, fraught with a multitude of highs and lows, new cultures, immense growth, and even ill-fated love. Fou

4 Lessons About Transportation In Bogota

Yvonne Marie-Anne Ivanescu

 4 Lessons About Transportation In Bogota  You have 14 million people crammed into a valley surrounded by the Andes, anything could happe

Malaysia - Sarawak Frogging Safari

Vaughn McShane

Part of our Amazing Sarawak adventure was a night time frogging safari or just “frogging” as they say. Neither Lauren nor I had ever eve

Bulgaria - Chairlift To The Top Of The World In Panichishte & Bulgaria's Famous Rila Monastery

Erin Bender

  Bulgaria - Chairlift To The Top Of The World In Panichishte & Bulgaria's Famous Rila Monastery May - June 2014 In the south-ea

Common Mistakes Travelers Make On A Cruise

Annemarie LeBlanc

Common Mistakes Travelers Make On A Cruise I love cruising. Getting out on the open ocean on a vessel that is like a floating city is a beautiful

10 Festivals To Visit In Your 20’s

Lexi Forrest

  The twenties are your prime festival years, not only are you old enough to drink but you also have the added freedom of a higher disposabl

Canada, Calgary - A Zipline, a Bobsleigh and a Double Dose of Adrenalin

Sue Slaght

What could be more adrenaline pumping than flying down North America’s fastest zipline? How about adding a bobsleigh run at speeds of over 80k

Snorkeling Silfra in Iceland

Shazia Chiu

 Snorkeling Silfra in Iceland   Rarely would someone consider 32-degree (F) water inviting to snorkelers and divers. But Silfra–the

Vietnam - Christmas Day

Scott Tisson

Don’t tell my family, but this was the most memorable Christmas I’ve ever had – and there wasn’t a turkey or Christmas tre

PERU - Piranha Fishing in Peru

Savannah Grace

The trip to Tres Chimbadas Lake was the first and only activity where we had a few other small groups, including their private guides join the three

Vancouver - Hiking to Bowen Lookout at Cypress Mountain:

Sarah Hughes

Hiking to Bowen Lookout at Cypress Mountain. A Fortunate Encounter “Do you girls know where you’re going?” asked the older, not

Indonesia - Northern Bandung | mountains and volcanic craters

Rachel Jones

  Northern Bandung | mountains and volcanic craters   I didn’t know what to expect at all when I got to Bandung, least of all wh

U.S.A, Utah - Solitude In America’s National Parks

Adventures of a Carry-On

Solitude In America’s National Parks, Utah I’m very excited to share this photo essay of the beautiful American west by Dallas photograph

Malaysia, Borneo - Beef Rendang for breakfast everyday in Sabah

Paula McInerney

Yes that is correct. I ate beef rendang every morning for breakfast. Why? Because it was so good – that hot chilly kick and beautifully tender

Mongolia - Gorkhi Terelj National Park

Paul & Karen Farrugia

One of the best things about travel is how it breaks down barriers. People tend to be less reserved when they are on the road. We met Emily and Stef

U.S.A , Arizona - Grand Canyon National Park

Jessica Meddows

    Grand Canyon National Park Arizona Donkey rides on the valley floor, white water rafting, abseiling  – there are many a

World’s Top 8 Scuba Diving Destinations

Nellie Huang

   Gliding past rainbow-colored corals and swimming alongside giant manta rays and languid turtles: scuba diving gives us a chance to acqu

South Korea - 8 Silly but awesome reasons to visit

Five Dollar Traveller

Why do you choose to visit a country? Maybe you choose places based on which have the most history. The best tourist attractions. The most famous fo

Cambodia, Angkor - Search For The Stegasaurus

Marie-Carmen Infante

After our visit in Kampot, we took the road north to the capital, before finally making our way to the north west of Cambodia. To Angkor, in the se

High Country Cycling - the Australian Alps

Lynette & David Lindfield

High Country Cycling - the Australian Alps   Our first rule of cycling is "find a cycle path separate from the road". Our second rule

Everest Basecamp Trek

Lindsay Buckley

The traditional Everest Base Camp trek begins in Lukla. Fortunately for you, I’m not traditional, and that’s definitely not my style of

Ireland, Belfast - My First Impressions

Lies Veldeman

When deciding on a destination for a weekend away a few weeks ago, Northern Ireland was a serious contender. Being only 1 hour away by plane fro

Gorilla Trekking In Uganda with Africa Adventure Safaris

Bucket List - Lesley Carter

  I was told not to look them in the eyes. Be non-threatening. Turn off your camera’s flash. Don’t get in their way. Stay at least

Egypt, Abu Galum - Camel Ride to Scuba

Justin Carmack

  Last week I got to cross number 88 of my list of the top 100 dive sites in the world: Abu Galum in the South Sinai of Egypt. When I signed

Mexico, Yucatan - Hidden Worlds Adventure Park

Josh Wilson

During our trip to the Yucatan peninsula in Mexico, we wanted to find some outdoor adventure.  When looking online for fun things to do in th

Thailand - Khwae Noi River

The New York Jetter Setter

Leaping into the Khwae Noi River to be carried by the water current! Imagine jumping off a bamboo raft into a strong water current which p

I’m Going to Thailand!

Richelle Gamlam

  Winter is coming… and I’ll be in Southeast Asian paradise! I have two school breaks coming up soon: two weeks in January

Sinulog Festival in Cebu - Phillipines


Experiencing Cebu’s Sinulog Festival for the First Time If you’re planning on visiting the Philip

5 Surprising Reasons I Want to Visit Suzhou, China


    5 Surprising Reasons I Want to Visit Suzhou, China   Suzhou, China isn’t a city that you hear travelers speak of often,



I have found myself in a position, a place, a community of people right now who ignite something in me. It is always there, some days it is stronger t

Adventure Travel Expo Sydney Town Hall 2015

The Adventure Travel Expo brought exhibitors from around the world together in Sydney Town Hall for the 7th and 8th of November. Exhibitors travelled

Diving with Thresher Sharks in the Philippines!

How do you give a gift to someone who doesn’t like things? Someone who travels and measures life in experiences rather than shoes or a new

How You Can Avoid Mosquitoes When Traveling The World

Do you have plans to visit a tropical island or any destination with warm, wet weather? If so, you need to prepare yourself for the inevitable mosquit

Magic in the Bungle Bungles

Kimberley region, Western Australia

“Prior to the invention of cars and sealed roads, ancient paths were walked and experienced at a slower pace, allowing time for the landscape to unf