Mexico’s Volcanoes: Dale & Entire Team Reach Summit of Ixtaccihuatl

Congratulations to our team, we are 100% on the summit of Ixta.

Gokyo Trek: Elias & Team Visit Khumjung Monastery

Today we continued to descend the Gokyo valley towards Khumjung, The Green Village, which, with its twin city, Kunde, hosts the largest population of Sherpa people in the Khumbu.

Is China still allowing foreign tourists to visit Tibet? update 2017

The Potala Palace Lhasa, Tibet Yes, the Nepal China overland border opens again on September 16th October 29th 2017 One of the most popular questions I get is how to travel from Nepal to Tibet overland. It’s a very easy thing to do as that previous link to my travel guide will show. Likewise from mainland China into Tibet is also very easy. However, due to strict permits and security checks from …

How to Travel Whenever You Want

Imagine being able to travel whenever and wherever you want. Fellow travel bloggers, Agness and Cez from Etramping  share a couple of ways to make that a reality. Click to read more of their insider tips. Sometimes don’t you feel the urge to buy a ticket and take off, without thinking about your job or other responsibilities? And then reality bites, and you hate how you’re stuck to your job or …

Summer Events to check out in Surfers Paradise

The weather is already heating up on the Gold Coast and everyone is getting ready for some hot days on the beach. Christmas is just around the corner and with it all the big summer events and festivals that happen at this time of year. Surfers Paradise is at the centre of it all and makes a great base for exploring the Gold Coast and attending the events on the Gold Coast’s summer schedule…

Video: Overlanding on the Morrison Jeep Trail in Wyoming

The Morrison Jeep Trail is a legendary overlanding route amongst off-roaders. It is a 22-mile stretch of road that crosses through the Shoshone National Forest and can test the nerves and stamina of even the best drivers. In this video, we join a team of overlanders as they embark on this epic drive, which pushes them and their equipment to the limits. If you’ve ever wondered why off-roading is… [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

Stealth SERE Kit

Response blade, carbide rod saw, diamond rod saw, Kevlar cord saw, polymer handcuff key, titanium Bogotas, garrote and shim pick saw. *Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape. This kit is to be worn, not carried. It is designed for deep covert “carry” – to remain undetected under the scrutiny of a physical search but easily reachable when required. More details as well as instructions on building your own will be published on Vinjatek for Pro Members. Stealth SERE Kit /// Stay up to date with newly published posts, newsletters, exclusives …

Surfing & Hot Springs In Tofino On Vancouver Island

Exploring Vancouver Island’s West Coast Vancouver Island, Canada The second half of my Vancouver Island road trip took me to the island’s West coast, and the fun little hipster surf town of Tofino. It’s a lush wilderness outpost on the edge of the sea. I was on a self-drive road trip with Canada By Design — their Coastal Cultural Explorer Tour of Vancouver Island. Which means I was following a basic itinerary, while my accommodation, a rental car, …

Gokyo Trek: Elias & Team Complete Trek, Return to Kathmandu

Our descent from Khumjung went well, and we decided to expedite it, as the weather forecast looked not the most favorable, and wanted to have an extra day to secure flying out of the mountains without issues.

Which of Nepal’s Durbar Squares is better?

Bhaktapur Durbar Square after the Earthquake …. one of three royal durbar squares once known for their beauty – have they been rebuilt yet? How is Nepal’s reconstruction of its Durbar Squares doing after the earthquake? Nepal has many Durbar Squares (royal squares), however the three most famous ones are Kathmandu Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square and Patan Durbar Square. These ancient royal squares are stalwart popular tourist attractions due to their beautiful temples, artwork and historical importance. They were not completely destroyed in the 2015 earthquake – that was…

10 Most Visited Countries in the World

Most Visited Countries in the World Tourism is a major industry in many parts of the world and it’s changing many people’s life — for the better. In some of the most visited countries in the world, the tourism industry plays an enormous part and supports a big population. Thankfully, worldwide tourism is on the rise, …

How to Spend Some Quality End-of-the-Year Downtime on your Holidays

While it may be tempting to fill your schedule with funtivities on your upcoming holiday, there’s nothing wrong with spending time with yourself and enjoying some downtime. It provides a great opportunity to do those things that you wouldn’t’t ordinarily get the chance to do. To help you unwind and…

3 Reasons Why I Love Nova Scotia!

Did you know that Nova Scotia is the size of the entire country of Denmark? And yet, it’s the second smallest of Canada’s 10 provinces! Why do I love Nova Scotia? Who wouldn’t love a place that offers endless ocean views and stunning mountain vistas simultaneously? There’s plenty to do – go kayaking or hiking in Cape Breton, enjoy whale watching on the Bay of Fundy, or sample some of the best seafood in the world! Here’s 3 reasons why I love Nova Scotia: • You’ll never find …

Video: On the Road to Inspiration with Chris Burkard

Chris Burkard is one of the top adventure photographers working in the business today, having shot stunning images from places like Iceland, Alaska, Canada, and other remote places. In this video, we join him on the road as he talks about the things that inspire him and get him excited for an adventure. We also see how he built the ultimate adventure photography