Latest stories

  • Top 5 Destinations for Travelling American Couples

    Top 5 Destinations for Travelling American Couples

    Traveling with your significant other is a wonderful opportunity to bond over new experiences and learn something new about each other. When you travel to wonderful places together, it’s easy to uncover those sides of your partner that you have not seen before. Traveling as a couple can also develop into a special kind of […] More

  • Best Travel Insurance Companies In 2021 (Reviews & Tips)

    Best Travel Insurance Options

    Travel Insurance Tips Travel Safety Tips Picking travel insurance can be a very confusing part of planning your international trip. Is it worth the expense? Which insurance companies offer the best coverage? Getting some travel insurance is an extremely important part of planning a trip to foreign countries. Many regular health insurance companies don’t cover […] More

  • Our World Needs New Outdoor Stories for New Storytellers

    Our World Needs New Outdoor Stories for New Storytellers

    Evonne lives in a fire lookout in Oregon, and since I meet with these graduate students on Zoom, we’ve all seen snippets of her life, including the dizzying moments when she leaps up to scan for fires while holding her tablet. At these moments, we’re treated to a rollercoaster tumble of trees and sky before […] More

  • The Vasa: Sweden’s Titanic

    The Vasa: Sweden

    Subscribe Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript The Swedish King Gustavus Adolphus oversaw the rise of Sweden as one of the great powers in Europe. In 1626, he ordered the construction of a warship that would be the most powerful floating […] More

  • The Best Products to Help You Stay Cozy

    The Best Products to Help You Stay Cozy

    In this article, we talk about some of the best products to stay warm in cold weather and snow, plus we’ll give you some of our best tips to stay warm outdoors in the winter. Even though our winters can be cool here (that’s one of the reasons we love to travel so much in […] More

  • Why Paper Maps Still Matter in the Digital Age

    Why Paper Maps Still Matter in the Digital Age

    Ted Florence is ready for his family trip to Botswana. He has looked up his hotel on Google Maps and downloaded a digital map of the country to his phone. He has also packed a large paper map. “I travel all over the world,” says Florence, the president of the international board of the International […] More

  • Here’s How to Snow-ify Your Bike

    Here's How to Snow-ify Your Bike

    I can’t say that I’m much of a winter person these days, and I’m certainly no fat bike fanatic. Sure, I grew up as a Nordic ski racer in Minnesota, but these days, I live in Arizona and relish riding and hiking on dry dirt and rocks all year long. It’s not that I dislike […] More

  • Planet Nine

    Planet Nine

    Subscribe Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript The planet Neptune was discovered in 1846.  Ever since then, astronomers have felt there had to be another planet beyond the orbit of Neptune. Everyone assumed they found it with the discovery of Pluto […] More

  • Watch Nims Purja Scale World Highest Peaks in a Mere 7 Months

    Watch Nims Purja Scale World Highest Peaks in a Mere 7 Months

    Back in 2019, Nims Purja set out to break a record—no, smash a record—by climbing the world’s 14 highest peaks in a mere 7 months. The previous record was 7 years. Purja achieved what most thought was impossible, and, fortunate for us, had a film crew along for lots of his attempt. A new film […] More

  • 15 Best Places to Visit in December in USA » Local Adventurer

    best places to visit in december in usa

    Looking for the best places to visit in December in USA? These are the places you want to visit this month. December is a great time to travel if you love the holidays and festive destinations. Some cities are extra magical, but it also draws more crowds. It’s also perfect for snowbirds to escape the […] More

  • Does Travel Really Change People?

    Does Travel Really Change People?

    Does Travel Really Change People? Get my best stuff sent straight to you! [id^=”_form”] [id^=”_form”] [id$=”_submit”] [id$=”_submit”] [+_a-z0-9-‘&=] [+_a-z0-9-‘&=] [id^=”_form”] [id^=”_form”] [id$=”_submit”] [id$=”_submit”] [+_a-z0-9-‘&=] [+_a-z0-9-‘&=] Source link More

  • Let’s All Give Thanks For Doggie SAR

    Let’s All Give Thanks For Doggie SAR

    When your cat gets stuck in a tree, you call the fire department. But what do you do when your 80-pound Great Dane-Mastiff mix takes a tumble from a 200-foot cliff in the Oregon backcountry? Turns out there’s a number for that too. When Ranger took that fall in the Santiam State Forest, his owner […] More

  • A Golf Mecca, Trump National Doral Miami

    A Golf Mecca, Trump National Doral Miami

    (credit: Trump National Doral Miami) Pairing world-class championship golf courses with elegant surroundings, Trump National Doral Miami is located just eight miles from Miami International Airport. The resort boasts four courses,643 guest rooms and suites, a 48,000 square-foot spa, four dining options, and 100,000 square feet of event space. Trump National Doral t also provides a […] More

  • The Sistine Chapel

    The Sistine Chapel

    Subscribe Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript Located in Vatican City, just off St. Peter’s Square lies one of the plainest and most uninteresting buildings you might ever find. It has no adornments and it is just a solid beige color.  […] More

  • 20 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Leavenworth, Washington • The Blonde Abroad

    20 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Leavenworth, Washington • The Blonde Abroad

    If you’ve never heard of Leavenworth, Washington, you’re in for a treat! Did you know that you can channel all those European vibes without leaving the US? The Bavarian-styled village of Leavenworth is the place! Located in the Cascade Mountains, Leavenworth is lined with Alpine-style buildings and restaurants that offer German beer and food. The nearby lake […] More

  • The White Knuckle Express Rumbling Down the White Line

    The White Knuckle Express Rumbling Down the White Line

    The White Line trail is the stuff of nightmares for most, thrilling for some, a must-ride for a few, and no big deal for, like, 5 people on the planet. You’ve probably seen the barely there “trail” in videos before. It’s just a smidge of light-colored sand on a near vertical sandstone rock face near […] More

  • The Mechanical Turk

    The Mechanical Turk

    Subscribe Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript You’ve probably heard of artificial intelligence systems which have gotten so good that they can beat the best humans at Go, chess, and even Jeopardy.  However, over 200 years ago one Hungarian engineer created […] More

  • NM+ Weekly Update: Spain Edition

    A huge, historic Cathedral in Palma de Mallorca in Spain during the summer

    Posted: 11/27/21 | November 27th, 2021 Greetings from Palma de Mallorca! I’m here for a conference called Traverse. My first in-person conference since November 2019 in London! I’m pretty excited to be here. It’s a small travel event run by some friends of mine and I figured, since I was coming to Europe anyway, I […] More

  • The Sahara Desert Wasn’t Always A Desert

    The Sahara Desert Wasn

    Subscribe Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript The Sahara desert is by far the largest desert in the world. It evokes images of sand dunes, camels and just being really really dry. However, it didn’t always use to be that way. […] More

  • All About Black Friday

    All About Black Friday

    Subscribe Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript The United States has created many cultural institutions which have spread around the world. People all over the Earth have enjoyed and benefited from rock and roll, Hollywood films, and the Internet.  However, we’ve […] More

  • What The Galapagos Islands Have to Offer Those Cruising

    What The Galapagos Islands Have to Offer Those Cruising

    When we think of the Galapagos Islands we think of giant tortoises and Charles Darwin, but there is more to them than that. Although, the tortoises themselves are a great tourist attraction and reason enough to go. So, let us think about all that there is at the Galapagos Islands that will put them on […] More

  • 10 Places to Visit in Austria (That Aren’t Vienna)  • The Blonde Abroad

    10 Places to Visit in Austria (That Aren’t Vienna)  • The Blonde Abroad

    Whether you want to ski your way through a winter wonderland or soak in the wonders of one of the world’s greatest cultural meccas, Austria is a dream destination. From trendy sidewalk cafes to stunning Baroque architecture, this small European treasure packs endless wonders within its borders. While Vienna is a true bucket-list destination, it […] More

  • Inflatable Camper Shells, Cargo Boxes, and Bed Platforms Are Intriguing

    Inflatable Camper Shells, Cargo Boxes, and Bed Platforms Are Intriguing

    Flated is the name. Inflatable pretty much everything is their game. Founded by a couple long-time Surftech employees, a brand that revolutionized mass-produced surfboards and SUPs, Flated will be shipping their first few products next week. Everything they make uses a tough drop-stitch construction, which will be familiar if you’ve ever used an inflatable SUP. […] More

  • The Terrifying Humiliation of a Sea Lion “Attack” While Surfing

    The Terrifying Humiliation of a Sea Lion “Attack” While Surfing

    It’s a winter’s day in Northern California, and in the fading light of late afternoon the sky is a colorless steel gray. The ocean is the same monochrome tone, though streaked with mud from recent rains. The winds are blowing straight from the east and a dropping tide is giving life to a slowly building […] More

  • Sailrock: South Caicos’ Secluded Retreat

    Sailrock: South Caicos’ Secluded Retreat

    Whitney Spielfogel If you like your beachside vacation with sunsets and sunrises across ocean vistas and secluded white sand beaches, your dream destination, a secluded island in Turks and Caicos, awaits. When celebrities like Justin and Hailey Bieber want to get off the grid (and somewhat stay off social media), they head to South Caicos, […] More

  • Who Were the Pilgrims?

    Who Were the Pilgrims?

    Subscribe Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript If you are an American, you probably grew up hearing the story of Thanksgiving. How the pilgrims came to America to escape religious persecution to establish a new life. But who were the pilgrims […] More

  • Ace and the Desert Dawg

    Ace and the Desert Dawg

    In the forthcoming winter issue of AJ, we have a lovely feature peering into the office of Ace Kvale (among others) when he was a culture-shifting ski photographer in Verbier, Switzerland, in the 1980s, which reminded us of this lovely film. It’s Ace and his dog, Genghis, on an epic desert trip near their Utah […] More

  • New Adventure Thing Is People Paying to Pretend They’re Lost

    New Adventure Thing Is People Paying to Pretend They're Lost

    Imagine filling out a form on the website of a travel company, telling them some personal details, your geographic preferences for adventuring, and how much money you can afford to spend, then that company whisks you away, your destination unknown. You arrive…somewhere, with just enough gear to get you through two nights in the wilderness, […] More

  • 25 Best Things To Do In Tulum, Mexico • Expert Vagabond

    Things To Do In Tulum

    Best Things To Do In Tulum, Mexico! Tulum, Mexico Once an idyllic sleepy village, Tulum has been transformed into a celebrity vacation playground. From cenotes to chilling on the beach — here are the best things to do in Tulum, Mexico! Home to an ancient Mayan city, Tulum was once called Zama or “City of Dawn”. Facing the […] More

  • Impossible To Roast a Turkey Outdoors, Eh?—We Say You Can’t Screw It Up

    Impossible To Roast a Turkey Outdoors, Eh?—We Say You Can't Screw It Up

    Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. You just gather with people you love on the last Thursday in November, and give thanks for what you have. It’s not overly commercialized, and doesn’t belong to a certain religion or group. My only gripe with the holiday is that it’s usually held indoors, rather than the desert rivers, […] More

  • All Books and Courses Up to 50% Off!

    All Books and Courses Up to 50% Off!

    Black Friday Sale: All Books and Courses Up to 50% Off! Get my best stuff sent straight to you! [id^=”_form”] [id^=”_form”] [id$=”_submit”] [id$=”_submit”] [+_a-z0-9-‘&=] [+_a-z0-9-‘&=] [id^=”_form”] [id^=”_form”] [id$=”_submit”] [id$=”_submit”] [+_a-z0-9-‘&=] [+_a-z0-9-‘&=] Source link More

  • All About Pitcairn Island

    Pitcairn Island

    Subscribe Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript On April 28, 1789, the crew of the HMS Bounty engaged in a mutiny against their despotic captain, William Bligh. After sending the captain out on a rowboat, the rest of the crew sailed […] More

  • Look at This Brilliant Subaru Outback Build

    Look at This Brilliant Subaru Outback Build

    November 22, 2021 Look at This Brilliant Subaru Outback Build Now, personally, I prefer sleeping out of my vehicle, so that I can have more room for other things inside my vehicle. But, I’m also a sucker for well-thought out builds like this. Seemingly every square inch of his 5th-gen Outback is utilized to perfection […] More

  • Ski Closures Recommended in Saga to Protect Teton Bighorns

    Ski Closures Recommended in Saga to Protect Teton Bighorns

    The decline of a rare, isolated bighorn sheep herd, high on the scoured granite slopes of the Teton Range has long been a flashpoint in the perpetual balancing act between western wildlife and outdoor recreation. Now, following years of collaboration and debate, a coalition of state and federal agencies has issued a series of recommendations, […] More

  • Everything You Wanted to Know About Seawater

    Everything You Wanted to Know About Seawater

    Subscribe Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript It covers 70% of the Earth’s surface, is one of the most common substances on Earth, and it makes up 97% of all our water. Despite being so common, it is also one of […] More

  • The Story of Alex Lowe and Conrad Anker’s Family

    The Story of Alex Lowe and Conrad Anker's Family

    On December 3, National Geographic debuts Torn, a film by Max Lowe, chronicling how his family became Conrad Anker’s family, after the death of his father, and Anker’s climbing partner, Alex Lowe. Emotional doesn’t begin to cut it when telling this story, and we’re looking forward to watching this new film with our loved ones […] More

  • Australia’s Ultimate Eco Lux Walking Adventure

    Australia’s Ultimate Eco Lux Walking Adventure

    Walking. It is life’s second major milestone right after learning to say our first word. Walking holidays take this simple pleasure and combine it with being outdoors to create an enjoyable experience that is good for your health while enriching the soul.  Australia is the land of the Walk About and one of their most stunning […] More

  • A One&Only Montenegrin Oasis: Portonovi’s Luxury Playground

    A One&Only Montenegrin Oasis: Portonovi's Luxury Playground

    Whitney Spielfogel In a post-pandemic world, the hotel industry is learning to speak a different language – mobile concierge, contactless technology, going (even more) digital, low-touch travel, enhanced hygiene, and the list goes on. The One&Only hotel group has always been on the cutting-edge of travelers’ wants, needs, and demands, and has only stepped up […] More

  • JOALI BEING Debuts the First Nature Immersive Wellbeing Retreat

    JOALI BEING Debuts the First Nature Immersive Wellbeing Retreat

    (credit: JOALI BEING) JOALI BEING, the first nature immersive wellbeing retreat in the Maldives, officially opened its doors on the secluded island of Bodufushi in Raa Atoll on November 15. With 68 beach and over-water villas – each with its own butler or “Jadugar”, four earth-to-table dining destinations, individualized immersion programs and educational workshops, the […] More

  • Vineland, Vikings, and Lactose Intolerance

    Vineland, Vikings, and Lactose Intolerance

    Subscribe Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcrip Despite what you might have been told, Christopher Columbus and his expedition were not the first Europeans to reach the Americas.  Almost 500 years earlier, a small group of Norse settlers arrived on what […] More

  • How Safari Photography Can Help Save Wildlife

    How Safari Photography Can Help Save Wildlife

    Raising Awareness on Ethical Tourism Photographs from safaris or from people helping to protect nature can help raise awareness on conservation issues and motivate action for wildlife preservation. Although scientific research papers and global conservation conferences can contribute to raising awareness, people tend to react and empathize more readily with visual images as they allow […] More

  • The Cola Wars

    The Cola Wars

    Subscribe Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript In the 1980s, two superpowers battled each other for global supremacy. Across the world, the two goliaths collided on almost every front.  In the end, it left a landscape littered with millions dead…..tired of […] More

  • 7 Best Things to Do in Sonoma Valley

    Local Adventurer » Travel Adventures in Las Vegas + World Wide

    Looking for the best things to do in Sonoma? This was our second visit, and we discovered there’s so much more to Sonoma than wine. People like to refer to Sonoma as the laid-back and authentic neighbor of Napa, and our Bay Area friends love Sonoma and always tell us if IYKYK. It’s not only […] More

  • Best Beaches in Cancun to visit

    Best Beaches in Cancun to visit

    The turquoise water and white sand beaches are probably the main reason to visit Cancun, since the great landscapes that the Caribbean Sea offers are seriously one of a kind. However, there are plenty of options of beaches along the area that you can easily reach, either in a bus, walking, or getting private Cancun […] More

  • 5 Surprising Things You Never Knew About Disney

    surprising things about disney

    Disney… the most magical place on Earth! But did you know Disney isn’t just theme parks? Marie Novak is a graduate of the Disney College of Knowledge as well as a Universal Orlando Specialist who has planned countless trips to Disney for her family and travel clients. Marie will tell you all about how Disney can […] More

  • Ways to Stretch Your Budget & Travel Longer

    stretch your budget

    Thinking about quitting corporate life to travel for longer? You’re not alone. Many of us in the workforce have opted out of full-time jobs after the pandemic due to mental health issues and lack of freedom. If you’ve been looking for a sign that you should do the same – this is the event for […] More

  • Drone Workshop for Travel Creators

    drone workshop for travel creators

    Drones are a powerful way to both discover the world while traveling and provide a new perspective when telling a story. If you’re new to flying a drone or want some fresh and creative new ideas for how to fly your drone, in this workshop you’ll learn: How to get the attention of hotels and […] More

Load More
Congratulations. You've reached the end of the internet.
Back to Top

GET MORE NEWS & REVIEWS

STRAIGHT TO YOUR INBOX

Subscribe to paradise-travel.net and get interesting stuff to your inbox.