If you love hiking and the outdoors, we cannot imagine a better destination than the mountains of Patagonia. Imagine traveling through endless landscapes that allow us to escape from our daily grind to explore the world. Today I want to tell you about one of the most impressive national parks that Patagonia has to offer: Torres del Paine.
As far as mountain escapes go, the Blue Ridge Mountains are hard to beat. Foothills rolling green and blanketed in vineyards, scenic overlooks boasting views of majestic ridges and morning mist, and country roads golden with speckled sunlight – there’s a painting of Shenandoah, Virginia.
While hiking is always the number one activity in Torres del Paine, there is much more you can do in and around Chile’s most famous national park. From boat rides to glaciers to horseback riding to fishing, the park offers something for everyone
Home to many of the world’s tallest mountain peaks, and with a diverse topography, Nepal has become a renowned trekking location, in large part due to Mt Everest, and a number of high Himalayan peaks. But there are many incredible activities across Nepal, suited to people of all preferences, and sense of adventure!
One thing for sure is that when you are at Uluru you want to make sure that you inhale all of the cultural delights, view all the eye popping landscapes, and definitely get a better understanding of the Aboriginal way of life.
Iceland is a country of stunning landscapes, cold weather and many volcanoes. It is a paradise for the adventurous traveller, because there are so many exciting things you can do in this amazing country. You can’t explore the country without stepping off the beaten path and seeing all the natural wonders of this gorgeous country.
Kilimanjaro is an exceptional mountain. A huge towering peak in the middle of the East African plain. The only place that ever sees ice in the surrounding area. A challenge for beginner hikers. The pack you have to take with you is a bit different from what you’re used to, also. Here’s what you have to take with you for a successful Kilimanjaro climb.
A trip to North America is a dream come true for anyone who loves nature and the big outdoors. And it was the beginning of the greatest journey I was about to experience with my wife. We had planned this trip for almost a year before we finally felt like we were ready. We thought we had covered every destination we planned to visit and listed every campground we planned to spend our nights in.
As far as mountain escapes go, the Blue Ridge Mountains are hard to beat. Foothills rolling green and blanketed in vineyards, scenic overlooks boasting views of majestic ridges and morning mist, and country roads golden with speckled sunlight – that’s a painting of Shenandoah, Virginia. This weekend itinerary will help you decide where to go and what to see, and is based on a recent trip of mine through the region.
If you are looking to add some adventure and a magical destination to your bucket list, you need to think about Nepal. This complex oasis of mountains, valleys, ancient towns and varied culture had been one of my top destinations for many years. Far off the beaten path, Nepal is like entering into an ancient world that has been at a standstill for all of time.