North America

Explore Joshua Tree National Park’s 8000 Rock Climbing Routes

If you absolutely love hiking, and think it’s an awesome idea to spend your nights huddled around a fire pit outside an RV, and your days climbing massive rocks – then Joshua Tree National Park is the right place for you! This park is an endless adventure of hiking trails, neat rock formations, and a …

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The Historic Alcatraz Island Prison [INFOGRAPHIC]

Alcatraz prison is arguably the most famous prison in the United States. Before it became known as Alcatraz, Native Americans living in the area believed the island to be cursed. Alcatraz wasn’t documented until 1775 when Juan Manuel de Ayala charted the San Francisco bay and named it, along with two other islands, as “Island …

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Rafting Pine Creek: The Ultimate Arkansas River Rafting Adventure

If you’re like us, you probably choose your adventure travel trips by the number of deaths per year. Now, while we can’t promise that you’ll die whitewater rafting, we can, at the very least, introduce you to one of the most extreme whitewater experiences in the Rockies. Colorado’s Arkansas River has become a well-known whitewater rafting …

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Learn Systema: Attend a Russian Martial Arts Training Camp

Tyler Durden said it best when he asked, “how much can you know about yourself, if you’ve never been in a fight?” Admittedly, the narrator did have to shoot himself in the face just to get rid of Tyler Durden’s philosophy about the world, but we still think Durden had a good point. A fight …

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Get Turned On With 2 Bioluminescent Adventures in the Caribbean

The world is full of things that don’t glow: cheetahs, elephants, stone buildings, and ferns, just to name a few. However, this shouldn’t deter you from living at least a semblance of a fulfilling life. It’s why we invented glow-in-the-dark bowling, glow-in-the-dark roller skating, and glow-in-the-dark mini golf. But, while most of us are content to …

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A Private Island You Can Afford: Fort Morgan Cay, Honduras

If you’ve ever vacationed at a popular beach getaway like Cuba, the Bahamas, or California, you might have noticed that you were surrounded by something that the pictures of happy people in the travel brochures just did not show. That ‘something’ that we’re talking about is a massive crowd of tourists that encircles you on …

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The Five Best 2012 End of the World Adventures

As any rational person will tell you, the end is near. All the signs are there: the Mayan calendar is coming to an end, our geomagnetic field is getting weaker, Nibiru is getting closer, and perhaps the most telling sign of all, Hollywood made a movie about it. But just because we all may suffer a …

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End of the Road: Going Down to the Darien Gap on the Inter-American Highway

Once upon a time, the United States was a little like Bradley Cooper in Limitless; they sort of did what they wanted, and…well…I actually never saw the movie, but, basically, they were pretty powerful. Meanwhile, across the ocean, the Germans were working on developing the Kryptonite that would bring down Limitless America (that was the …

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