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The Great Outdoors is to be Explored and Loved in all its fullness

My family and I love our holidays. We manage to have 2-3 short breaks a year, one being a camping holiday and also a couple of breaks with a holiday company here in the United Kingdom.
Posted by Colin Thomson

The Lumemo Trail - An African Wilderness Experience for the Practiced Hiker

There are no hotels or lodges here. This is a National Park with no roads. This park is a series of mountain rangers and interlocking valleys and only experienced hikers can mange this difficult terrain. These Tanzanian mountains are pristine and largely untouched by humans.
Posted by Ian Williamson

The Price of Gas Really Doesn't Matter!

Is the high price of gas keeping you from heading out on that long trip you've always wanted to take? Well think again. There are bigger concerns than the price of gas when you are planning that "trip of a lifetime".
Posted by Carol White

The Pyramids of Giza

Explore the grandeur of the Pyramids of Giza, the last of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
Posted by Steven N. Ng

The Royal Barge Procession – Splendor on the Chao Phraya River

The Royal Barge Procession in Bangkok, conducted on very rare occasions, is a spectacular royal armada on the Chao Phraya River, the river of kings.
Posted by Eric Lim

The Wandle Trail - Map and Illustrated Guide

About the trail and the reproduction of map and Illustrated guide to a heritage walk down the river Wandle...
Posted by Michael Hart

The Wonderful Wildlife of Southern Spain

A brief look at some of the wonderful wildlife to be found in Andalucia, Southern Spain.
Posted by Ruth Polak

Things to Make Your Gap Year in Africa Easy!

The kind of things you pack when you go on a trip says a lot about where you're heading and what you're going to be doing.
Posted by Gregory Hudson

Three Classic Hikes Abroad

Paul Scott Mower once said, "There is nothing like walking to get the feel of a countryÂ…" If you've ever contemplated going abroad to find your next trail, here are 3 classic hikes to consider.
Posted by Kathy Burns-Millyard

Three Places to Interact with Dolphins in Hawaii

Dolphins are easily seen from shore in Hawaii but interacting with them is not always so easy. Here are three places you can pay to guarantee dolphin interaction.
Posted by Lisa Weber

Tips for Mountain Bikers in Spain

This Article covers Tips for people intending to mountain bike in Spain. It includes general advice and specific seasonal advice.
Posted by Steve Murray

Tom Sawyer Day - Floating Down The River

What is Tom Sawyer Day? A chance to float down the river on a pile of logs, just like Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer.
Posted by Steven Gillman

Too much to do in London!

No one can truly say they know London...
Posted by Martin Kleinman

Top Five African Safari Destinations

If you could go on your dream safari anywhere in Africa, where would you choose? Find out where are arguably the best five African safari destinations available.
Posted by Bruce Whittaker

Top Five Honeymoon Safari Destinations In Africa

A safari is one of the ultimate honeymoon experiences and this top five list compiled from the travel diaries and experience of previous honeymoon safari participants details the best of the best.
Posted by Bruce Whittaker

Topographic Maps 101

A single topographic map takes years of research to produce. It is packed with precise information that can make it confusing to read when you don't know what you are looking at. Familiarize yourself with topo maps elements - grid, scale, contour lines, relief shading, etc. - and be prepared for your backcountry adventure.
Posted by Will Robertson

Traveling To and Around Hawaii, A First-Time Visitor's Primer

Six different islands in Hawaii are open to tourism. Most first-timers planning a trip to one or more than one island have numerous questions relating to where exactly to go and how exactly to get there. This primer will answer those questions.
Posted by Lisa Weber

Trekking in Jordan

Jordan is blessed with a wide range of climates, resulting in an unusually large number of different habitats and great biological diversity for a country of its size. However, many of these are extremely. fragile, and can be easily disrupted. There are substantial local climatic variations, largely due to the extensive differential in heights from the lowest point at the Dead Sea, 1,320 feet below sea level, to high mountain tops at almost 6,000 feet.
Posted by Yousef Hasanat

Trekking Poles And Walking Sticks

Trekking poles, walking sticks, hiking staffs. Do you need them? And what are your options?
Posted by Steven Gillman

True North & Magnetic Declination - A Trick to Make it Stick

You can walk 10 miles through the woods in Washington state, following your compass the whole time, and end up 3 miles off target. How? Magnetic declination. Learn what it is and how to adjust for it with map and compass.
Posted by Will Robertson

Two Person Hammocks – Snuggle With Your Beau in Style

If you want casual living furniture; consider the two person hammock. You can snuggle up and be comfortable indoors or out.
Posted by Beverly Marshall

Ultralight Backpacking Skills - A Three Day Test

Ultralight backpacking has made all my trips more enjoyable. This trip was just to test some techniques and gear.
Posted by Steven Gillman

Ultralight Backpacking Versus Traditional Backpacking

Ultralight backpacking means getting the weight of your backpack low enough that you can take off your hot, heavy hiking boots, put on your running shoes, and enjoy yourself.
Posted by Steven Gillman

Unforgettable Cape Cod Vacations: The National Seashore Gift

Take a captivating trip through the Cape Cod National Seashore with miles of white sandy beaches, trails and hikes to take your breath away, and majestic dunes. Just keep reading...
Posted by Cliff Calderwood

Unforgettable White Mountains Vacations – The Most Scenic 100 Miles in New England

This amazing drive through the White Mountains of New Hampshire has a gorgeous vista at every turn, oodles and oodles of family vacation fun, and a visit to the home of the world wind speed record. Just keep reading...
Posted by Cliff Calderwood

Viewpoints on Whale Watching in Hermanus!

If you're looking to spot a whale, the first few things you'll hear people say is: “Hermanus has the best land-based whale watching in the world� and “You're sure to see hundreds of whales breaching from the waters off the rocky cliffs to the West� or “You'll definitely see them lob tailing from the vantage point of the golden beaches to the East�. And this indeed is a fact.
Posted by Gregory Hudson

Visiting Croatia

An introduction to Croatia, Europe's hottest new destination.
Posted by Jeanne Oliver

Visiting Plitvice Lakes National Park

From a war zone in the early 1990s to the new tourist mecca of central Croatia, Plitvice Lakes National Park has undergone a startling transformation. It is now a must see in any visit to Croatia.
Posted by Jeanne Oliver

Visiting the Last Paradise on Earth – Costa Rica

I'm Lucky, and i've been traveling and writing about places I believe others would love to visit, to unwind from their busy and hectic schedules. Most recently I visited Costa Rica, a place which can be best described as one of the last paradises on earth.
Posted by C. Lucky

Visiting Whistler in Summer

Whistler is a beautiful ski resort rated very high in North America. But a visit in summer is as exciting if not more to visit this activity filled place.
Posted by Vinodh Pushparaj
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