New family travels America in a 1971 VW bus to strengthen their bond through adventure (Video)

In March of 2013, Lars and Katrin Schneider, along with their 8-month-old son, Fietje, bought a 1971 VW Westfalia Van, and took off across the country, traversing multiple state and national parks including Joshua Tree, Valley of Fire, Death Valley,…

How busking can sustain your travels and broaden your cultural perspective

BY: ZOE MELNYK If you live in a city, you’ve probably seen your fair share of buskers, but have you ever wondered how successful they are at actually turning a profit? During my travels in France, I came across a…

This couple’s epic 1-minute adventure video will convince you to take off with your lover

After three years of epic globetrotting, cinematographer Joe Simon and his future wife, Katie, crammed their footage into a one-minute video sure to leave any vagabond with itchy feet. Simon is the owner, director, cinematographer and editor of The Delivery…

Why you should travel alone as a woman, despite what society tells you

BY: ZOE MELNYK It’s always the same set of rules and stipulations for women to stay safe in society. Don’t go anywhere alone at night, don’t accept drinks from anyone, ignore cat calls, stay out of sketchy areas. It seems…

This man and his pit bull prove that travel is the best therapy

Photos by: Ara Gureghian For many years Ara Gureghian worked as a gourmet chef, where his love and knowledge of cuisine and unique style—which included coming to your house and cooking for you in your own kitchen—provided food lovers with…

9 totally free adventures to take in America to satisfy your wanderlust

BY: ZOE MELNYK For some, adventure is all about the distance; the farther the destination the larger the experience. Adventure doesn’t necessarily need to be defined by the miles travelled. An expedition an hour away from home can be just…

This Is How Businesses Are Accommodating Your Wanderlust

BY: ALEKSANDRA TARABIC What do you think when you hear the phrase “distributed team?” A distributed team is a work force of a company or organization, distributed globally and running business 99% remotely. The remaining 1% is saved for that…

Your one stop guide to ditching your day job, selling your sh*t and taking life on the road

BY: ZOE MELNYK The Internet changed everything. With this in mind, an increasing number of people have innovated ways of taking their lives on the road on the permanent pursuit of adventure. Though it seems unfeasible to ditch your day…

How a writer used adventure to bridge the gap between unemployment and her dream job

BY: JESSICA BEUKER Geraldine DeRuiter sat in the middle of a hotel bed in Naples, thousands of miles away from home, attempting to drown her sorrows with sweets and wine when she got the text. After months of waiting and…

6 reasons why Ottawa is the microadventure capital of Canada

BY: MICHAEL LYONS The idea of a microadventure was coined by author Alastair Humphreys, who suggests that “instead of exotic foreign adventures, I am committed to trying to encourage people to get outside, get out of their comfort zone, go…

Alaska’s Mt. Marathon is the ultimate race for danger-seeking outdoor adventurers  

BY: SINEAD MULHERN Loose rock, steep climbs and slippery mud are just the basics of what runners racing Alaska’s Mt. Marathon Race will encounter. This is an adventurous race for weathered and serious runners. This race in Seward, Alaska is…

The CEO of Icelandair wants to go heli-skiing and fishing with you, free of charge (VIDEO)

BY: TREVOR HEWITT Iceland just got a little cooler. That’s because the country’s main airline, Icelandair, now offers a free tour guide program for anyone travelling to the island. The ‘stopover buddy’ program is made up of 30 of the airline’s…

This 34-year-old woman has sailed solo around the world for 10 years.

BY: BRITTANY ROSEN Captain Liz Clark lifted anchor on her boat in 2006, and has been independently sailing around the world ever since, with no plan to stop anytime soon. Armed with an in-depth education in sailing, and a lifetime at…

These Short Camping Trips Are A Way To Pursue Adventure Without Sacrificing Vacation Time

BY: DEXTER BROWN It’s not uncommon to find Grant Petersen asleep in the wilderness one night and then hard at work in one of the two stores he owns the next day. With a mere bike and whatever he could…

I moved to a remote cabin in Alaska. It was the best decision I’ve ever made

BY: HANNAH WRIGHT  Some people shudder at the thought of living in the woods. For me, it was a gateway to another realm. In a society that bleeds technology, instant gratification, and convenience, many of us are left craving challenge…

Can we justify space exploration when the Earth is in distress?

BY: ATLAS Bill Nye keeps a Canadian fiver in his wallet. Yes, that Bill Nye. The science guy. The one you—and anyone else who’s spent any time inside a North American classroom since the early ’90s—watched in science class. These…