As I caught my first glimpse of the morning sun surfacing through the clouds and shimmering off the icy peaks of Kilimanjaro’s glaciers, I knew it had all been worth it.
Whether it’s waterfalls or a great adventure that you are after, this list is sure to bring you both. We’ve all heard of the famous Niagara Falls, Victoria Falls and Iguazu Falls, but what about the much less talked about and more hidden waterfalls of the world?
As the sun sets on an ordinary night, why not take a hike to a 16,000-foot-glacier? This annual pilgrimage for the Lord of Qoyllur Rit’i is an intriguing blend of Catholicism and paying homage to nature deities.
Whether you enjoy white water rafting, encountering exotic animals, wandering through historic cities, or sampling foreign dishes, these experiences will inspire you, change you, and make you want to give up your day job to travel full time.
Sydneysiders know their city is amazing. It’s a city filled with so many great things to do: beautiful beaches, bars, restaurants, sporting events, nature walks, and the list goes on.
We’ve all had moments when we are desperate to get out of the car. Maybe we are stuck in traffic at the end of a long drive, maybe our glove compartment food supply has run out and we are hungry, or maybe that extra-large soda wasn’t such a good idea.
After utilizing every mode of transportation imaginable, we made it to the end of the Earth in Chile’s Southern most region of Patagonia. When you come to Patagonia, you expect ice, snow, general coldness, and strange creatures.
If you’re on a budget or short on a time, but don’t want to miss out on the ancient world wonder, there is a cheap and quick way to visit Machu Picchu for about $100.