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A Holiday in Rajasthan

Rajasthan, the name evokes myriad impressions – an intricate tapestry of colour, sound and smell. Holidaying in Rajasthan brings one face to face with mammoth contradictions – where royal grandeur is easily offset by rustic charm and lavish opulence belies ingenious survival.
Posted by Roozbegh Gazdar

10 Tips to Planning Your Dream Road Trip

Many people dream of taking that long trip of a lifetime, but few actually make it happen. Where would your adventure take you? How would you "get it all together" to go do that trip of a lifetime. These 10 tips will get your moving from the dreaming to the doing in no time at all.
Posted by Carol White

4 Steps to an Enjoyable Hike

Some people have fought many years of their lives to preserve the rich heritage of the outdoors and nature we now enjoy. That dedication and effort has been rewarded by fantastic hiking opportunities in our local, state, and national park systems. In honor of their efforts, let's break out of our winter hibernation and venture into the crisp, clean outdoor air and hit some of those dirt trails. Let's Go Hiking!
Posted by Kathy Burns-Millyard

A Fishy Road Trip in Cairns

Join 1000's of avid Australian fisherman who enjoy in the beauty and fishing variety of Cairns. Where do I fish? Read on and find out how a great Australian road trip can provide a self-paced fishing adventure...
Posted by Richard Eastes

A Hiking Guide to Easter Island

Ask me which Pacific island has the most to offer hikers and I'll probably answer Easter Island...
Posted by David Stanley

A Retired, Single RV'er Travels

Loners on Wheels (LoW) is a group of single campers with membership throughout the United States and Canada. Many retired LoW members enjoy the friendship and support that traveling with like minded seniors provide.
Posted by Jack Matlock

A Review of Inflatable Boat Manufacturers

There are many manufacturers of inflatable boats on the market today. Included below is an overview of each of the key manufacturers.
Posted by Kristy Annely

A Review of Popular River Rafting Trips and Services

Organized river rafting trips are a good idea for novices and experts alike. River rafting tours provide all of the equipment, guidance, and instruction necessary. If the trip covers several days, the rafting company may provide camping accommodations as well.
Posted by Kristy Annely

A Thumb Sketch Outline of Tanzania's Attractions and National Parks

If you are thinking of a safari in Tanzania and are unsure of what is where this will give you a very basic idea of what the country has to offer
Posted by Ian Williamson

A Torrent of Influences – Tourism in Goa

Sun, Sand and Surf – an apt description for Goa? But Goa is much more. Ancient temples and old churches? Yes. Portuguese Colony? Carnival City? The original refuge of the hippies? Yes again! Beach Paradise, India's tourism capital… the list goes on.
Posted by Roozbegh Gazdar

Adventure Travel on Horseback

When you think of “adventure travel,� what crosses your mind? Hiking? White water rafting? Scuba diving? Something as sedentary as a cruise ship or land rover safari? Those ideas lose their “adventure� status when you compare them to galloping on a horse in Africa with a zebra and wildebeest racing along side you, or quietly observing the elephant and giraffe.
Posted by Bayard Fox

African Safari Gear Packing List - What To Take Along

A safari trip needs some specialised safari gear and this list highlights exactly what you need to pack to get the most out of your safari holiday.
Posted by Bruce Whittaker

Alaska - Brief Travel Guide

A one-page guide on travel to Alaska. Explore the true North, the land of spectacular scenery, abundant wildlife and friendly hospitality. Find out what you should see, activities to do, best time to travel, more.
Posted by Stan Trof

Alaska Hunting Guide

Brief guide to hunting in Alaska. What to hunt and where, hunting regulations, getting there, lodging, travel tips, more.
Posted by Stan Trof

Alaska Sport Fishing Guide

Sport Fishing Guide to Alaska. What to fish and where, license requirements, getting there, weather, travel tips, accomodations.
Posted by Stan Trof

All the Way to Timbuctu

Timbuctu, the faraway place on the tip of the Sahara. Yes, it does exist and it's still hard to gret there. But you can and it's worth the adventure.
Posted by Don Bracken

Alternatives to Pressurized Fuel

If there are so many safety issues with pressurized fuel, why use it? What are the alternatives?
Posted by Gregory Bonney

Amazing Trek Across TIbet!

Norm Goldman editor of bookpleasures and sketchandtravel interviews author Brandon Wilson who in 1992 treked across Tibet with his wife Cheryl.
Posted by Norm Goldman

Arrowhead Hunting and Rock Collecting

We went to the Arizona desert for the hot springs, but an old Mayan Indian showed us more.
Posted by Steven Gillman

Backcountry Safety – An Essential 10-Point Checklist

Hikers, campers and other nature lovers can find themselves lost, unprepared or badly hurt. Poor preparation, poor judgment and hubris can be a dangerous combination that can lead to pure misery, injury or even death. Be wise and commit to the safety rules established by the experts.
Posted by Karen Cohen

Backpacking Journals – Preserve Your Backpacking Experiences

Backpacking is a great way to escape the rat race and be one with nature. Alas, your backpacking experiences can fade with time. The best way to prevent this is to keep a backpacking journal for your adventures.
Posted by Richard Chapo

Backpacking Trips - Ten Essential Items

The next time you take a backpacking trip, make sure you have these ten essentials...
Posted by Steven Gillman

Backyard Camping Trip

Are your kids begging you to take them camping, but you just can't find the time to take them on a camping trip? Or would you like to introduce your kids to the fun of camping for the first time, but aren't sure if they will enjoy it, or might get scared? Either way, camping out in your backyard will be a fun way to spend the evening and night with your kids.
Posted by Susanne Myers

Be Sure to Buy the Best Discount Camping Gear Before Going on that Family Adventure

Resource guide to discount camping gear, equipment and supplies including backpacks, sleeping bags, tents, camping furniture and other camping stuff.
Posted by L Dente

Beach Vacation Photo Tips – Make Your Vacation AND Photos Memorable

Most people, who go on a family beach vacation, take plenty of photographs. Once you're home and you view or print them out; are you ecstatic, bored, or disappointed? Be honest, now! We will show you how to have the best of both worlds. By providing photography tips, you can capture outstanding beach vacation pictures, enjoy taking the photos, and ensure that when you look at the photos at home, you won't be thinking: "Was this OUR vacation!?!"
Posted by Robert Bezman

Bicycling Down The River

You don't have to audition for "Survivor," or pay big fees to have an adventure trip. Adventure can start near home.
Posted by Steven Gillman

Bird Safaris: Timbavati's Most Desired Plumage

Normally when you think Safari you think Big 5. The spotlight or limelight is traditionally on lions, cheetah or elephants. But when do the birds get some of the attention?
Posted by Gregory Hudson

Bird Watching in the East Usambara Mountains of Tanzania

Trekking through these sometimes very cool and wet forests is the equivalent of being transported back to pre historic times. The effort and time spent traveling to this area is rewarding indeed; the experience so moving to be almost magical or spiritual. Once you have climbed up and through the sometimes quite steep forest, you emerge onto the Amani Plateau. There are also a large number of birds are spotted at the higher altitudes so the climb is well worth the effort.
Posted by Ian Williamson

Bird Watching Journals – Preserve Your Bird Watching Experiences

Bird Watching is a great way to escape the rat race and be one with nature. Alas, your bird watching experiences can fade with time. The best way to prevent this is to keep a bird watching journal for your sightings and trips.
Posted by Richard Chapo

Bird Watching Life Lists – Keeping A Record

If you're a birder, you want to keep a list of sightings when you bird watch. Your life lists should be kept in a bird watching journal.
Posted by Richard Chapo
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