This outdoor retailer is donating 100% of its Black Friday sales to grassroots environmental groups

BY: JESSICA BEUKER  Ahh Black Friday; a day where Americans bludgeon the shit out of strangers for a discount on a flat screen, less than 24 hours after they give thanks for everything they have. For years Black Friday has been regarded…

This is the youngest American woman to ever travel across every country in the world

By: Zoe Melnyk For many of us, a big adventure is a summer in Europe or a mission trip in South America. In society, travel is seen as a luxury. It’s a vacation that, if you’re lucky enough, might happen…

This couple converted a school bus from 1993 into a badass tiny home on wheels

Reddit user /Ashandrik has done something that most of us only dream about while staring blankly out of our office windows; he’s converted a 1993 Bluebird School bus into a tiny home on wheels. Make sure you head over to his Imgur…

For 7 years this vagabond collected 1,000 stories from strangers who helped him on his journey

BY: JESSICA BEUKER  All photos by Gabor  Gabor hasn’t had a place to call home in over seven years. Instead he has spent those years backpacking the world and meeting new people. Gabor decided to document his journey through the…

How to monetize your travel blog: Beginners guide

So you’ve decided to start a travel blog and now you’re looking for ways to make money from it. Assuming you’ve already signed up for hosting, designed your blog and have been posting content, you should be ready to start…

How to start a travel blog and make money traveling the world

That’s the dream, isn’t it? To travel the world and get paid to do it. Well, this article will give you step-by-step instructions on how to start a travel blog and get paid doing it. There are many other benefits…

11 Benefits to starting a travel blog and traveling the world

There are a ton of benefits to becoming a travel blogger! Here are 11 benefits to starting a travel blog: 1. You can share your experiences with the world A travel blog allows you to reach people all around the…

Here’s what to include on your travel blog

You’ve decided to start a travel blog! Fantastic. You’re on your way to having some great experiences. But first, you need to figure out what exactly to include on your travel blog, well, we’ve got you covered! We’re going to…

100 ways to travel the world for (almost) free

BY: SASKIA C SMIT Many people dream of traveling but never go anywhere because they don’t think they can afford it. The thing is, there are so many free travel opportunities out there, you just have to know where to…

Meet Jesse- the man who ditched his career to find happiness living on his bike

BY: JESSE DIXON On October 5th, 2015, I said goodbye to a relatively comfortable life in Sydney, Australia, and headed towards South America with a bicycle, a few plans, some untested gear and little else in the way of knowing…

Gun crimes, poverty and political instability: My adventures in Venezuela

BY: ADAM THRUSH Essentially all of Latin America has a reputation for street crime, gang warfare, and political instability. Of course it’s not accurate, and the citizens of these countries will be the first to tell you that. However, it…

Satisfy your craving for adventure with these breathtaking hikes from around the world

BY: JEFF HERNANDEZ Hiking is a great thing to do when it comes to weekend adventures. However, selecting the best location for hiking can be a difficult task. While you may be left disappointed by the fact that you don’t…

These photos will take you on a tour through the majestic Appalachian Trail

BY: ZOE MELNYK It’s roughly 2,190 miles and 14 states of grueling work and unforgettable sites. With everything from the southern hospitality in Georgia all the way through exquisite mountain ranges to Baxter State Park in Maine, it’s no wonder that…

The best free campsites for every region of America

BY: ZOE MELNYK It seems like there is a positive correlation between my rising tuition costs and my undeniable need for an adventure. It probably has something to do with the fact that I am almost always either at work, doing…

This website connects van dwellers with property owners to enhance the van-life experience

BY: SAMANTHA TAPP We all know vans are very “in” right now. From a millionaire Major League Baseball player to regular, young couples, people worldwide are ditching the big house and picket fence and instead downsizing to living in modern,…

Living on $50 a day, we took our one-year-old daughter on a 6-month adventure across South America

BY:  TIM O’NEAL It took several minutes to explain to the woman at the airline counter why we only had one way tickets, no long-term visa, and very little luggage. “What are your plans?” she asked. “We’re flying into Nicaragua…

Top 8 apps for budget travelers

Doing research before traveling anywhere is obviously a must. You have to know where you’re going, what the exchange rate is, what the common language is, where the best places to eat are, and the list essentially never really ends.…

5 helpful tips to go on a road trip with your significant other (without killing each other)

BY: SAMANTHA TAPP It is possible. In fact I just completed my first road trip with my boyfriend and yes, we are still together. We decided to take travelling together to a new level by renting a mini van for…

Travel company launches gap year program that takes learning around the globe

BY: SAMANTHA TAPP Not all learning happens in a classroom, sometimes a plane ticket can trump a text book. Geckos Adventures, a travel company that plans adventures for 18-29 year-old travellers, is taking the popular gap year, a year-break students…

The world’s most friendly (and powerful) passports

BY: TONY BUCHNON If you had the choice of any passport you liked, which would you choose? As it turns out, your passport says more than you might realise about your level of access to the world. European countries tend…