activities

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

  • Bethany Ashlyn
    Published 10 days 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 11 days 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.
  • Scout Cloud
    Published 13 days ago
    Rattlesnake Canyon

    Rattlesnake Canyon

    A good scare is worth a thousand words of advice. It brings us to attention. Fear is the most worthy opponent of personal success. Inside the ignorance and illusion of fear, the ears, the nose, the eyes, and the mouth simply do not function properly. Whatever gets decided in the face of fear, usually moves us backwards. We simply have to learn to step beyond the outer senses of fear.
  • Lara Buck
    Published 20 days ago
    Why Would You Book Harbour Sightseeing Cruises?

    Why Would You Book Harbour Sightseeing Cruises?

    If the natural beauty attracts you and you want to enjoy it from the middle of the water, then nothing can give you a better result than booking harbour sightseeing cruises. There are different cruise facilities allow travelers to enjoy sightseeing at different times. This sightseeing can give you a lifetime memory. The majestic view of Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House from the cruise will attract you most and you can spend your day on the cruise with your family and friends. Different parts of a place look beautiful when seen from the water. The modern cruise services bring you different facilities and comfort to make your trip safe and memorable. Private dining table for each customer along with unlimited buffet menu can save your cost and you can find some exotic beverages like, wine, beer, and soft drinks on the boat.
  • Nick The Adventure Finder
    Published 22 days ago
    One Epic Adventure Experience: The Real Great Wall of China

    One Epic Adventure Experience: The Real Great Wall of China

    The best adventure experience in Beijing, and possibly all of China, is the Great Wall. Everyone has heard about it, and everyone who has traveled to China has probably visited it, but few people have ever truly experienced it.
  • Katyria Denegri
    Published 25 days ago
    Wekiwa Springs, Florida

    Wekiwa Springs, Florida

    A few months ago my cousin decided to join the navy. But before she left we decided to start completing as many bucket list events as possible in the short amount of time that we had before she had to go. And so this is where we start. We decided that the easiest bucket list item was canoeing. But we didn’t want to go to the springs JUST to canoe, so we set up a whole plan. And here’s how it was going to go:
  • Jenny Cooper
    Published about a month ago
    Daydreaming

    Daydreaming

    "The Mountains are Calling and I Must Go…”
  • Mr. Nature
    Published about a month ago
    Thru-Hiking Pennsylvania Via the Appalachian Trail

    Thru-Hiking Pennsylvania Via the Appalachian Trail

    I had been on the Appalachian Trail (AT) for almost 100 days when I finally made it to Pennsylvania. One of the things you hear about since you start the trail is how rocky the Pennsylvania section is. The grapevine that connect the hikers and the hiking community warns about how you are sure to burn through at least one pair of shoes before the Delaware Water Gap (DWG). Many have even given the section a trail name: Rocksylvania, when referring to the "treacherous" trails ahead. Although I agree that there are many rocks, and concede at times they are tiring, I also believe there is so much more offered by the state than just rocks; and it should be recognized. When I look back on this section I don't just see the rocks that constitute the trail. I also notice the Friendly Trail Towns, Access to Cold Water, and Stellar Views. It bothered me that before PA hikers only hear about the rocks, but when you arrive you find so much more. I want to bring to light the 'Much More' to Pennsylvania from the perspective of Mr. Nature.
  • Hoser Kimberhosen
    Published 2 months ago
    Let's Go on an Adventure—Part II

    Let's Go on an Adventure—Part II

    The Moment the airplane lost touch with the earth below, I felt gravity press against me, weighing heavy in my ultra tight pants, on the ultra leathery seat below me. Pedals moving under my feet thanks to my ever-experienced Captain carving out our path through the velvety thick air about ground control. He quickly responded to air traffic whilst sharply sending the vessel abruptly right while gaining altitude and velocity.
  • Hoser Kimberhosen
    Published 2 months ago
    Lets Have an Adventure

    Lets Have an Adventure

    As I entered the cockpit, one foot at a time, I remembered what my flight instructor had told me as he prattled off instructions and reminders.
  • Karly Thomas
    Published 2 months ago
    How It Feels to Turn Back on a "14er"

    How It Feels to Turn Back on a "14er"

    Shrill sounds of my alarm broke the black silence. The finality of it was insulting. Hadn't I just laid my head down on the pillow? And then tossed and turned for four hours cursing insomnia?
  • Lennie Hardingham
    Published 2 months ago
    Who Would Be a Tour Driver

    Who Would Be a Tour Driver

    It's not a job, it's a way of life