Your dream bike trek through Vietnam’s Mekong Delta starts here

Saddle up and get an up-close look all this beautiful region has to offer. The post Your dream bike trek through Vietnam’s Mekong Delta starts here appeared first on Orbitz.

Get to Japan’s most underrated island before everyone else

Discover this island gem well beyond the bright lights of Tokyo. The post Get to Japan’s most underrated island before everyone else appeared first on Orbitz.

Pura Vida: The Best Things to Do in Costa Rica

From climbing active volcanoes to surfing on the legendary beaches and wildlife watching, these are the best things to do in Costa Rica. Photo credit For a relatively small country, Costa Rica certainly packs in a lot of variety: from volcanoes, great surfs, miles of beaches to rainforests and awe-inspiring wildlife. With the most stable democracy …

Snorkeling near Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia

OK, right off the get-go let’s get something straight; I am quite aware that the waters of the Atlantic Ocean are nowhere near comparable to the Caribbean in terms of warm temperatures, but speaking of beauty one could make a valuable argument. And when one thinks of marine activities such as snorkeling, just the thought of the Caribbean conjures up images of clear blue waters and tropical fish. Forgetting the temperature bit, we have some incredible Caribbean like waters right here in Nova Scotia. …

The Science of Adventure: Why Some People Are Better at Escaping Their Comfort Zone

Everybody wants to have more exciting, interesting, and adventurous travels. It’s those epic trips that make for the best stories, the best photos, and the best memories. Wanting to find out how we can have more adventurous travels (and lives!) I sat down with scientist, influencer, adventurer, and author Jon Levy to discuss the possibility of creating more consistent adventures. Tell everyone about yourself! My name is Jon Levy. I am a behavioral scientist, and I specialize in understanding influence and the science of adventure. I’ve spent…

13 Adventurous Scuba Diving Ladies Share Their Favorite Diving Destinations

When was the last time you explored our world underwater? To be honest, it’s been a while since I last set foot in a beach destination, let alone strapped on some fins, a mask, and stuck my head underwater. Yet when I stop and think about the fact that 71% of the Earth’s surface is water, I’m reminded that there’s so much of our planet waiting to be explored! So why am I even talking about scuba diving? Well, PADI recently reached out to me to …

Climbing Sydney’s Iconic Harbour Bridge

A thrilling climb to the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of our favorite soft-adventure activities in Sydney, especially for the unique perspectives it gives on the beautiful city. The BridgeClimb experience begins with a history of the steel bridge, which was built in 1932 to connect Sydney’s central business district with the North Shore.Then, you walk on catwalks and ascend ladders and staircases that lead to the top. Along the way, you will get the chance …

7 incredible treehouse hotels you can book now

You know this has been your dream since childhood. Just book it already. The post 7 incredible treehouse hotels you can book now appeared first on Orbitz.

8 must-see locations in the Canadian Rockies

Your next Canadian vacation includes some of the most incredible views on earth. The post 8 must-see locations in the Canadian Rockies appeared first on Orbitz.

3 Budget Friendly Ski Resorts in Alberta

Budget friendly ski resorts aren’t always easy to come by. While there are quite a few wonderful discounted resorts to ski around the world, many people do not realize that some of the best, and cheapest, ski resorts can be found in Alberta, Canada . In an effort to save you some money on winter activities, I’ve compiled my findings of what I feel our the best budget friendly ski resorts in Alberta. Let’s get to work! Here are my top 3 budget friendly ski resorts in Alberta: Castle Mountain Ski Resort…

The Unbelievable Pink Lakes Of Las Coloradas In Mexico

Pink Lakes of Las Coloradas Las Coloradas, Mexico Hidden away on the tip of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula is a magical place full of color. These stunning cotton-candy pink lakes filled with salt are called Las Coloradas. Las Coloradas means “the red” in Spanish. It’s the name of a tiny Mexican fishing village with …

Banos de Agua Santa

1Dad1Kid.com This small, relaxed town, lies a brief, okay 3-1/2-hour, bus ride from Quito, Ecuador. It is most commonly referred to by its shortened name of Baños. Its less official name is the “adrenaline junkie capital of Ecuador,” a name it definitely deserves. While it does offer the more adventurous traveler a wide range of exciting adventures, it also does this at very affordable prices. We really loved it here…

Driving in Iceland

1Dad1Kid.com Iceland is a beautiful country, and the size of this island nation makes it easy for visitors to see a great deal of its fantastic sights. If you’re contemplating a visit to the Land of Fire and Ice, you’ll want to strongly consider driving in Iceland. You can rent a car in Iceland fairly easily, and an Icelandic road trip is the experience of a lifetime. I’ve prepared some tips to help you prepare …

I’m Going To Afghanistan

I’m Going Trekking in Afghanistan Afghanistan After a year of extensive planning, I’m heading into the mountains of Afghanistan. And you can follow along. No, this isn’t a joke. And no, I haven’t lost my mind. Do you have a travel bucket list? Yeah, so do I. A big one. And for the past 2 years, there’s been one country peering down at me from …