Are you looking for a travel adventure with a little more epinephrine than the usual? If you answered yes, you’re in luck. We have scoured the globe seeking out some of the most death-defying, hair-raising, and mom-disapproved adventures to fulfill your inner adrenaline junkie.Proceed with caution.
Across the globe, there are swimming spots much more unique than your local beach or backyard pool. Some are well-kept secrets, others are well-known secrets, but all are visually stunning and worth uncovering. Say goodbye to your average swimming sites and hello to some extraordinary adventures. Here are ten secret swimming holes so gorgeous they don’t even look real.
Hanoi, Vietnam’s capital city, has seen a surge in popularity amongst tourists in the past decade. As more and more people learn about the rich history and culture of this area of the world, the more interested and excited visitors it attracts. From legendary temples to traditional street food, this beautiful and bustling city has so much to offer. Pack your suitcase and locate your passport, here are ten things to do in Hanoi.
What’s the point of traveling if you don’t plan on having a crazy night out at least one of the nights while you’re in a new city? Exactly! There is no point. Glad we all agree. Here are ten cities where you are sure to have a great night out.
Sometimes getting to see a place before it becomes overrun with tourists is the best way to go. Actually, not sometimes - everytime. Tourists suck. Except me and you.While Paris and Phuket have lots of charm, they're also overloaded with people from around the world. These places can become as frustrating as they are beautiful.If you're interested in seeing a destination without the crowds, think about visiting one of these 5 amazing countries. They're relatively untouched by tourists...for now. Until the cruise ships start stopping in Greenland at least.
What if we told you that you can take some seriously world-class European trips without breaking the bank! That you can enjoy the finest Mediterranean food, most Instagram-worthy Italian beaches, the time-worn castles and platinum lagers, and free-spirited Croats who make Europe one of the world’s most sought-after travel destinations. Once you cover your airfare, you can do it all for less than a long weekend in Los Angeles!
Visiting the Eastern European country of Croatia should be on everyone’s bucket list. It’s a country full of sunsets and sailing, and the biodiversity ranges from green pastures to snowy sights. Over four million people call this beautiful country home, and hundreds of thousands of tourists visit this European gem every year. With an economy deeply rooted in tourism, it is one of the biggest tourist destinations in the world. It’s also a very photogenic place and we have the evidence. Here are 15 photos that prove Croatia is basically heaven on Earth.
Located in the southwestern Pacific Ocean, New Zealand is an island country that is home to almost 5 million people and sees millions of tourists each year. From the snow-capped Southern Alps to the North Island’s subtropical climate, the diversity and beauty of this country are what attracts many residents and visitors. Along with the eclectic environment, there are numerous unbelievable things to do and see. Here are 16 insane, incredible, and life-changing things you can do in New Zealand.
With Summer fast approaching, and vacation time on the horizon, you’re going to be starting to think about where to travel to on your time off. The thing is, the world is a big place and the possibilities are seemingly endless. To make it a little bit easier for you, we put together a list of seven trips you should take this summer. Don’t fight it, you won’t regret buying a ticket to any of these destinations.
Ski vacations are the perfect combination of adventure and relaxation. You'll see some of the best terrain in the world in Colorado, along with great powder. Enjoy the day on the slopes, and the evening in the hot tub or at a lively apres-ski. The following 5 mountains are challenging - they've been ranked based on ski quality, not on the villages or resorts available. Be sure to stop at a few of these mountains on your next ski trip.