Four Tips for Planning a Kid’s First Backpacking Excursion

March 29, 2017

When children spend about half as much time outdoors as their parents did when they were young, it is more important than ever to encourage kids to go outside. Backpacking is a classic, all-American pastime that can draw kids out of the house and into nature and the fresh air, but only if the first trip out […]

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No Board or Wax Required: The Ancient Art of Body Surfing in Hawaii

March 28, 2017

Surfers choose their sport for the way it lets them connect to nature. Riding a towering wave all alone with nothing between you and nature’s raw energy but a board that you propel through the water, offers a high unlike any other. There are those who feel that the contact with nature could be even […]

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How To Save Money On Hotels in 2017

February 26, 2017
Hotel room

Just a few years ago there were a lot of websites advertising that they could help visitors save money on the price of hotels. While these sites still exist, they aren’t necessarily that helpful, because they often have the same prices listed as every other travel site online. It may be discouraging when you’re trying […]

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11 Beach Destinations for Your 2017 Vacation

February 20, 2017

Regardless of your progress on your 2017 resolutions, summer is coming, which means you need to start planning your warm season getaway before it’s too late. Fortunately, the folks at Travel+Leisure have already compiled their list of the 50 latest and greatest travel destinations for the year, and there are more than enough coastal paradises […]

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5 Tips for Keeping Your Family Close, No Matter How Far You Travel

February 9, 2017

Being away from your family for extended periods of time can take its toll on your relationships: there’s the stress of traveling and hearing about all of the great things happening back home and the worry that they are getting along just fine without you. But it doesn’t have to be so bad. There are […]

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How to travel across Canada by car on a budget

February 4, 2017
Road trip

If you have never seen certain parts of Canada, and you have a few weeks where you are not working or going to school, you may want to plan a cross-country road trip. One of the first things you need to do is pick the right season. Going on a road trip across Canada in […]

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Bikepacking 101: Tips and Tricks for Your First Overnight Bike Trip

January 28, 2017
Bike rider

Bikepacking is a combination of biking and backpacking in the wilderness. You grab your best bike, find a wooded trail and head out for a few days of riding and relaxing. It can be a very fulfilling adventure, but there are also many things you need to think about before you take off. Since you […]

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Trekking in Nepal

January 12, 2017

Trekking in Nepal is one of the best experiences that the world of travel has to offer. You’re spoilt for choice as the country lies in the lap of the Himalayas and is home to some of the most beautiful, authentic and adventurous treks on the planet. From the gravity-defying heights of Mt. Everest to […]

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Backpacking tips for Hong Kong Travel

January 12, 2017

Planning a trip to the beautiful autonomous territory of Hong Kong? If yes! You are sure to have a list of queries to familiarise yourself with the regional ins and outs. Hong Kong, which was earlier considered as a British colonial tends to regionalise currently under the Chinese. With the changes in the regional domain, there […]

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Must-Have Equipment for Nature Photographers

January 2, 2017

Nothing is more breathtaking for a hiking enthusiast than the view from up the mountains. If you want to make mountain photography your niche, you’ve got to invest in the right gear so that you can focus on the actual shooting process. Aside from the basic hiking gear such as backpack, sleeping bag, and maps, […]

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