activities

Whether you're a sight-seer, thrill seeker or beach lounger, activities to satisfy bucket lists of all kinds.

  • Chelsea Swift
    Published 8 days ago
    15 Fun Winter Activities

    15 Fun Winter Activities

    I know. You thought I was going to tell you to make a snow angel.
  • Danny McCaslin
    Published 17 days ago
    Climbing Seneca Rocks

    Climbing Seneca Rocks

    We met in the parking lot around 8:00 in the morning before heading out toward the fin of rock that dominated the horizon. This trip had been postponed twice and almost didn’t happen, but today was finally the day of my first multi-pitch climb. Today, one way or another, I would summit Seneca Rocks.
  • Sif Jacobsen
    Published 18 days ago
    From Surfing to Vanlife

    From Surfing to Vanlife

    On a cold yet sunny Californian day in January 2017, I was out for a surf. I had only just started surfing that summer but was completely hooked. The waves were tiny that day, and I had yet to learn which waves to paddle for and which to let pass me by, so out there next to seals and not much else, really, I would paddle for my life at any small opportunity.
  • Felicia Baxter
    Published 24 days ago
    The Making of the Making of Westwardfro
  • Flora Mayer
    Published about a month ago
    Reasons Why Camping Is Important for Your Health

    Reasons Why Camping Is Important for Your Health

    What makes it even more wonderful is the fact that it also has numerous health benefits. However, in order to have an amazing trip, you always need to bring adequate and the best camping gear so that you can have an amazing trip. Nevertheless, here is why camping is so important for your health.
  • Our Getaway Life
    Published about a month ago
    Disneyland Paris

    Disneyland Paris

    Where: Disneyland Paris (Euro Disney). About an hour outside of Paris on the train.
  • Rasma Raisters
    Published about a month ago
    Touring Antarctica

    Touring Antarctica

    If you’re like me you might not believe it, because I prefer tropical warmth to the cold, but Antarctica has become one of the world’s current popular tourist destinations. There are now over 34,000 people who travel to this icy cold land. However, you must be aware of the fact that all of the activity there is heavily regulated by the Antarctica Treaty in order to protect the environment. All of the tourism going on is mostly managed by the International Association of Antarctica Tour Operators or IAATO.
  • Sapphire Ravenclaw
    Published 2 months ago
    What's on Your Bucket List?

    What's on Your Bucket List?

    A 'bucket list' comes from the phrase 'to kick the bucket.' Kicking the bucket means to die. That phrase has a couple of possible origins, one of which could be that 'bucket,' in that context, referred to a beam from which a pig was hung before slaughter.
  • Ed Lansink
    Published 2 months ago
    How to Spend One Week in Malta

    How to Spend One Week in Malta

    For first-time travelers, organizing an itinerary can be both exciting and challenging. There are many factors you have to consider carefully to achieve that perfect holiday away from home. With all the famous tourist attractions to visit and activities to try, it’s inevitable to get overwhelmed with all the possible choices.
  • Jacob Hartman
    Published 2 months ago
    10 Death Defying Roller Coasters for Thrill Seekers

    10 Death Defying Roller Coasters for Thrill Seekers

    Amusement parks and roller coasters have always been a source of entertainment for people of all ages. Today, there are hundreds of amusement parks around the world offering everything from family style roller coasters, to the most death-defying rides ever created. Some of these are not for the faint of heart and only adrenaline junkies should seek out the rides in this list. Read on and plan your next adventure, only if you dare to ride these monsters of wood and steel.
  • Bethany Ashlyn
    Published 3 months ago
    Your Guide to the Ultimate Fall Staycation

    Your Guide to the Ultimate Fall Staycation

    I'm not going to talk about how much I enjoy the fall season, because my Pinterest shows my love all too well for everyone. One thing I don't usually talk about is how tight money is during this time of the year. It isn't due to making less money, but more the number of holidays and family outings that happen during the fall and winter months. With recipes to prepare, gifts given out, and decorating the house, there isn't much money left for other excursions. We still need a vacation during the colder months. I usually take two weeks off each year; one to a new place around the world, and another in the comfort of my own home.
  • Ryan P. Whitaker Jr.
    Published 3 months ago
    The Running of the Bulls

    The Running of the Bulls

    Running with the bulls was never some kind of game. I was already conflicted with this being one of the few requirements of having a dream job (big props to Stoke Travel for the opportunity too) and listening to my mother, with the slightest touch of frantic in her voice, tell me to be careful certainly didn't help. It was the afternoon before the opening day of San Fermín, and I was excited, but nervous, but trying not to be nervous, so I told my mother that I wasn't trying to outrun the bulls. As a rule in these situations, you always have to be faster than the slowest person. "Don't worry, mom," I cooed. "I brought my feet shoes!" More on that later.