Travel is the best way to improve your life because it builds a lot of skills at once. Instead of making a long resolutions list next year, just travel.
There might be a lot of things holding you back from traveling: you’re don’t have a lot of money, are working a job you hate, or have tons of loans. Yet that is the perfect circumstance to start looking beyond your immediate area and start figuring out how to travel the world!
If you want more out of your life, you have to go out there and get it. Staying at home, watching Netflix, and wondering what might have been won’t improve your life. You have to go out and play the game of life to win at it. My life isn’t going to change unless I make it happen. Neither will yours.
I love to read and this year I read a ton! Now that the end of the year is near, I thought I’d share my list of the best travel books of 2016. These books will inspire you as well as help you plan your next adventure.
Dan is a 31-year-old traveler from Canada who travels with a visual impairment. Legally blind, he shares his tips, tricks, and advice for how he travels to different countries as well as resources you can use if you are visually impaired.
The last 10 years on the road have been one happy accident after another. When I think back on all the things I’ve experienced, I count myself blessed. In honor of my ten year anniversary as a nomad, I’m sharing my favorite life changing moments from a decade on the road.
Last year, I announced a case study program, in which I would work with a cross-section of readers and help them plan and execute their trips. Step-by-step, I walked them through all the stages of travel planning and helped them to create a roadmap toward their dream. Nearly a year later, here are their results.
Community member and travel blogger Will is an “extreme” budget traveler. For 8 years, he’s camped, hitchhiked, and experienced the world on less than $20 a day! In this interview, he shares his best travel tips for how you can be adventurous on a budget.
In this post, I share photos from my trip to Patagonia — one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever seen! Before this trip, I’d never done a multi-day trek before but it was one of the best things I’ve ever done! The gorgeous mountains, glaciers, waterfalls, and lakes will make you want to get out into nature!
What drives some of us to forsake the comforts of home and explore the world? Is there a scientific explanation for why some of us are slaves to our wanderlust, while others are dead set on staying put? In this post, science and travel writer Kayt Sukel explores whether or not DNA is the answer to why some of us have an insatiable sense of wanderlust.
Traveling to somewhere you’ve never been before with limited available information can be extremely nerve-wracking. But letting fear get in the way of a wonderful travel experience is a mistake. In this post, Kristin Addis of Be My Travel Muse shares how going to Mozambique helped her to take on a challenge solo and dominate it.
Sometimes wanderlust needs to be nurtured and the best way to do it is through film. The greatest movies are the ones that get you itching to pack a bag and head out into the world. This Ultimate List of Travel Movies will inspire you to get off the couch, pack your bag, and voyage to unknown lands.