A Highway One Road Trip across Australia is the perfect way to immerse yourself in the culture of this vast country.
In 1993, a French writer sparked the golden owl treasure hunt. Three decades later, the valuable statue has still not been found.
Nowadays the phrase “Van Life” means more than simply living in a vehicle. It reflects a cultural shift in thinking. Vanlifers are nomads, trading materialism for minimalism, and things for experiences.
As well as being one of the natural world’s most stunning landscapes, Mexico’s Copper Canyon is home to the Tarahumara Indians, an indigenous group famed as the world’s best long-distance endurance runners.
In 2008, Surfing Magazine launched the “Google Earth Challenge,” inviting readers to use the program to identify the next surfing Shangri-la. They couldn’t believe what they found.
Set among the Spice Islands along the tropical coast of East African Tanzania, The Kraken Cup, formerly known as the Ngalawa Cup, is a sailing challenge unlike any other.
The 4,300 km long route spans two Canadian provinces and five US states.
The Tasmanian tiger was declared extinct in 1982. Since then, reported Thylacine sightings have skyrocketed. Nowadays, the search for a real, live Tasmanian tiger specimen is considered an unforgettable Tasmanian adventure.
Despite numerous attempts to reach the 6,600-meter summit, it remains one of the world’s highest unclimbed mountains. So, why has nobody ever climbed Mount Kailash?
The Gaucho Derby is as much about horsemanship as it is about wilderness survival, navigation, and strategy. This stunning race through Patagonia will test your wilderness skills, and physical and mental endurance to breaking point.