It’s easy to become happy with routine—head to work, head home, work out, make dinner, watch Netflix and repeat. But what about when you crave adventure? When you want to get out of your comfort zone, shake up your routine and see the world—and a side of yourself you maybe didn’t know existed (or that you simply forgot you had). Well, these adventures are perfect for just that. And they’re all female-friendly. So, what are you waiting for, girlfriend?
Guanacaste, Costa Rica. The land of Pura Vida. A place where you can hike through a rainforest in the morning, helicopter over a volcano in the afternoon and watch the sun set from your LED-lit standup paddleboard on the Gulf of Papagayo in the evening. That’s something that I like to call, pure vacation bliss.
I was first introduced to Fogo Island, and the Fogo Island Inn – a hotel I’d seen in photos but never knew exactly where to find it – by Electrify Getaways, a newly-launched travel company that doesn’t just want to put you closer to locals, they’re actually working with creatives and leaders within each community to do so by providing otherwise unreachable people and community-driven experiences.
Thanks to Instagram we’ve all become obsessed with living the best travel lives we can live. And while travel trends come and go, there’s certainly one trend that we’re all too happy to see still going strong in 2018, and that’s Airstream camping. Because ever since the first Airstream was built in 1929 they’ve changed the way we thought about how, and where, we can travel.
Electric Boats And Walnut Manhattans: Where To Actually Find This 'Real Housewives' Couple In The OC
Lydia and Doug McLaughlin, a couple that you’ll most certainly recognize if you’re a fan of Bravo TV’s Real Housewives of Orange County, know a thing or two about having an epic outing. And that’s not just because they’re the ones writing the book, or maybe I should say magazine, on it. (But they are, and it’s called Nobleman Magazine, and it’s a beautifully curated, well-written guide for the modern gentleman.) It’s because they’re a genuinely fun couple.
Oman Is The Best Place To Travel In The Middle East Right Now--Part 2: Exploring City Life in Muscat
Inside Oman’s capital city, and what not to miss during this part of your Middle East journey.
Now that you know Oman exists, you won’t be able to resist the urge to travel there immediately. And that’s okay.
Presale for the Suunto 3 Fitness started last week, so this week we put the $199 watch – the most affordable watch from the brand – to the test.
What’s hot and new in Dubai? Two restaurants, one speakeasy, a gorgeous museum, and three hotels. To start.
The secret world of Lowcountry luxury can be found in this 20,000 acre destination in South Carolina.
Rachel Rudwall is one of those travelers that’s always exploring some very cool, very far off land that you’ve maybe heard about, but didn’t know much more than the name. Rudwall digs into the essentials of a place. What makes it great? Who lives there? What is their daily life like? And she photographs and films it all. And she does it well.
There are few places in Los Angeles that impress me these days. And no, it’s not just because I’m a jaded Angeleno (okay, maybe a little bit), it’s because it’s all about being bright, shiny, and new in this city synonymous with fame and fortune.
There are fewer things in life more satisfying than sitting down to a great meal. And with more and more people traveling for food, I got to thinking – I know where I’m excited to eat this year, but what about the chefs that I’m already a fan of? Where are they most excited to eat in 2018?
So I asked them.
Bonaire just might be the last of its kind.
Because not only does this tiny Caribbean island sit just below the Hurricane Belt, it also hasn’t been spoiled by tourists…yet.
And with the winter blues setting in right about now in full force, you’ve probably been dreaming of a Caribbean vacation anyways. And while you’re probably ready to book a trip to Bonaire, like yesterday, trust me when I say this – there’s really never a bad time to go there.