Camping on Abandoned Island in Alaska

Surf Camps and Surf Schools Make Fun Adventurous Vacations for Families and Individuals

Are you ready for some adventure on your next vacation? Try a surf camp.

Tahoe Ski Vacations – Something For Everyone

Whether you are a expert world-class cross country skier or a new beginner with wobbly legs just learning to ski, the Tahoe Donner Ski Resort is the place where you need to go for winter sports. Find out more…

Exploring the Ruins of Tulum

While Cancun is home to beautiful hotels, resorts and numerous attractions, the area surrounding the city is known for its wealth of Mayan ruins. About 2 hours south of the city rests one of the most beautiful ancient sites in Mexico, the ruins of Tulum. This beautiful site is one of the finest attractions for a Cancun vacation. Though smaller than the well-known Chichen Itza, Tulum’s majestic setting sets it apart. Perched above the Caribbean Sea on a rocky cliff, the ruins are simultaneously captivating and foreboding.

Why Not Try A Sea Kayaking Vacation?

Sea Kayaking Adventure | Experiance Nature in an amazing way

Dive Sites in Malaysia

The most popular dive sites around Malaysia include diving along gentle sloping reefs in Tioman Island, Perhentian Island and Redang Island; while the impressive vertical wall …

Diving in Sipadan Island

Sipadan Island, located off the town of Semporna on the East Coast of Sabah, is considered to be one of the best diving areas in this part of the world. What makes this island special is that it is the only oceanic island …

Scuba Diving in Malaysia

Scuba Diving in Malaysia: Malaysia is definitely well known as having the top diving spots in the world! Some of the best are of course the well-known islands of…


SCUBA and its definition: SCUBA diving is the term used to describe the use of a ‘Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus’ to stay underwater for periods of time greater than the average individual can breath-hold. The diver self-propels underwater using…

Diving Destinations in Malaysia

Where to go when diving in Malaysia! The waters in Malaysia, i.e. Peninsula Malaysia, Sabah and Sarawak, are renowned for having the top diving sites in the world! Being in the tropics, Malaysia is bestowed with a …

A Remote Scottish Town in the Highlands Becomes Famous

Kinlochleven in the Scottish Highlands near Glencoe was a run down place, until a completely new outdoors venture was set up – an ice climbing wall and school. It has attracted support from all over Europe and revived the town-

Okanagan Mountain Range Ski Vacations – The Perfect Winter Destination

Gently nestled between world-class ski resorts, the Okanagan provides an alternative to the “big ski resorts”. A small lift line, powder skiing, and moderate winter weather, combined with heli-skiing and snow-cat lodges, offers a personal guided and backcountry skiing experience. Find out more

Arkansas’ Natural Treasure: Maumelle Park

Now more popularly known as Bill Clinton’s home state, Arkansas houses a number of national parks, one of the most beautiful of which is Maumelle Park, located in the Pinnacle Mountain Valley

Walia Ibex

The Walia Ibex is critically endangered. IUCN threat category (CR: criteria C2b). The habitat of the Walia Ibex is the High Semyen, Ethiopia’s dramatic high mountain terrain.

Iceland Trip Report June 2006

Touching down at Keflavik airport in Iceland is always a somewhat surreal experience. The lunar landscape surrounding Reykjavik’s international airport feels very foreign to the pastoral fields I had left. I barely noticed the 3 hour flight from Stansted as my mind flitted excitedly about what lay before me. The last time I had fished in Iceland had been on the Laxa I Adaldal in the North, and the Laxa i Kjos in the South West, and although I had loved every minute of the contradicting fishing techniques, I had come away feeling I had barely scratched the surface. I hoped this trip might give me much more of an insight into what made 60,000 of the 297,000 population of this country obsessed with salmon fishing.

The Shore Is Close

One of the tales parents recite to their children in order to inform them about the dangers the sea hides, I had the pleasure of experience when I was an adolescent and not yet a firm believer that the most beloved part of my country, its sea, could really cause me or my family any harm.

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