Backpacking is the quintessential outdoor adventure, requiring nothing more than carrying your life’s necessities on your back. If you have decided to go backpacking abroad, you should plan everything in advance as this will help you determine the things you need to bring on your trip.
If you have ever been to Bali, it may be no surprise to you that this island was recently rated as the world’s top travel destination. From the breathtaking cliffside views, perfectly sculpted rice terraces, magnificent underwater world to intricately carved Hindu temples, it’s hard not to fall in love with this paradise also known as the Island of the Gods.
To help you along your way, let’s now tap into five of the most common mistakes when traveling which can lead to a gaping hole in your pocket.
As part of our ongoing interview series where we find out what inspires people to travel, we caught up with Taylor Herperger. She regularly blogs …
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You can never go wrong with hiking. Aside from promoting physical fitness, hiking is also one of many activities that make you want to realize how beautiful the world actually is. Whether you’re in the forests of Japan or the mountains of the Appalachians, it’s always great to go on a hiking trip where you can appreciate nature and escape city life even for just a day.
In this interview with outdoor-obsessed Alisha from Terradrift, find out what inspires her to travel and hit the road on long-term trips, all while staying on a tight budget.
Find out more about this inspiring traveler who spends most of her time in Nepal.
Before I visited the Seychelles, I had read a lot about how this is one of the most expensive destinations in the world and not at all suitable for backpackers. Moreover, since it is termed as a honeymoon spot, I wasn’t sure if going solo here was actually a good choice or not. But, in the end, my love for traveling to islands won over my fear of traveling solo in an expensive country and I am really grateful for it. You know why? Because Seychelles is not as expensive as they claim it to be. Yes, it is still slightly expensive in comparison to South East Asian countries but it is quite easily manageable. I managed my entire 15 day solo trip to this island for $730 USD, and here is how you can do it too.
Only a couple of weeks ago I returned from a backpacking trip that was like no other I have ever been on, exploring the Caribbean island of Cuba! Arriving in Cuba was like taking a time machine back to the 1950’s, which is probably why travelling there was such a different experience – and such an unforgettable one.