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New Zealand is full of beautiful, uncrowded open spaces, but many of the campsites are overrun with RVs and tent campers. How to freedom camp in New Zealand
Two new museums opened in Vevey, Switzerland, and they’re too interesting to be called museums. Chaplin’s World and The Nest, about Nestle Co.
Tenerife, Canary Islands. Hiking in Teno Alto, a mountainous region on the northern side of the island, discovering the adventurous aspects of the Canaries.
2017 marks the 50th Anniversary of San Francisco’s Summer of Love. Here are some stops in San Francisco worth seeing pertaining to the festival’s history.
A trip to northern Japan, Nagoya, Kanazawa, Shirakawa-go World Heritage sites and enjoying great cuisine using JR Lines Rail Pass on Japan railways.
Japan: Hiking Between Temples on the Island of Shikoku. Discovering Japan’s fourth largest island where there is a phallic museum and hikes to 88 temples.
Secret Compass, an extreme travel company, is offering a new expedition to North Korea to experience unseen landscape and rich culture firsthand.
A visit to the Fetish healer at the Fetish market in Lome, the capital of Togo, West Africa, discovering dead animal bodies and skulls believed to heal.
In Kalispel, Montana, Brad Ludden offers cancer patients and their caregivers a chance to enjoy whitewater rafting on big rivers, the ultimate way to heal.
In sleepy Santa Teresa, on Costa Rica’s Pacific Coast, there are two things that people do most…surfing and yoga. The laid-back lifestyle is tempting.
Bicycling in the chilly spring starting in Russia and traveling through Finland, Sweden and Denmark. How much it costs, and how to wild camp en route.