The Great Barrier Reef doesn’t need any introduction. Everyone wants to experience the world’s most extensive coral reef system at some point, from simply cruising the turquoise seas, snorkeling or diving the area in search of its world-famous marine life…. Continue Reading →
One of the most popular parks in Florida, the Everglades offer a unique landscape and environment that several endangered species call home. If you wonder what to do in the Everglades National Park, airboat tours are among the top things… Continue Reading →
We are big fans of the National Parks and enjoyed their amazing trail systems from Yosemite to the Everglades, from Olympics to Mesa Verde. The US National Parks is celebrating America’s largest celebration of national heritage during their National Park Week from April 16 to 24, 2016. As part of the celebration, we put together the list of our top preferred US National Parks.
When we read about a reindeer migration in Arctic Canada, we knew we had to go to Inuvik. And we would follow them with the snowmobiles. The beginning of another Arctic adventure! How the Reindeer Came to Inuvik Back in… Continue Reading →
Tanzania is one of the best safari destinations, with world-famous parks like Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater, where you can find the Big Five (lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and the nearly extinct rhinoceros) in their natural habitat. But how to choose your… Continue Reading →
Native Americans regard bears as a symbol of strength and wisdom, and as we stood by the Brooks Falls on that sunny summer afternoon, I could understand why. Large, powerful, confident, patient, cunning – the Katmai brown bears have them… Continue Reading →
After several days of extreme kiteboarding, it was time to take a break from the wind and discover some of the other top attractions Bonaire offers. Ready for a change of scenery, we headed to Washington Slagbaai National Park, part of… Continue Reading →