11 Photos That Prove The Faroe Islands are a Nordic Fairytale

Craving a far-flung fairytale destination chock-full of enchantment? Head to the Faroes: eighteen wild Nordic islands awaiting explorers who are looking to be challenged and charmed. Moody weather, jagged sea cliffs, and worn fishing cabins emote all kinds of allure in this unlikely storybook spot. It’s a place so impossibly beautiful that it’s hard to […]

Working on Superyachts: Our Guide to Getting Paid and Traveling the World

Throughout my ten years as a superyacht stewardess, people have been intrigued by the job and what they imagine it entails. Admittedly, I have worked for celebrities and visited places I doubt I would’ve seen if it weren’t for the job. However, being repeatedly woken by the steward’s buzzer and requests to “make the engines less noisy” is infuriating, even […]

11 Ways to Stay Safe As A Solo Female Traveler (Without Sacrificing Experience)

Let’s get something straight: bad things can happen anywhere in the world, both right at home and a thousand miles away. The road is no exception, whether you’re in a beachside 5-star resort or a cramped bus bumping through the Ecuadorian Andes. But that’s no reason to back down. I’ll never accept the notion that […]

The 6 Best Paella Restaurants in Valencia, Spain

When you think of Spanish cuisine, what’s the first dish that pops up in your head? Unless you consider sangria a proper meal, chances are it’s paella. What you may not know about this famous rice dish, however, is that its origins proudly trace back to Valencia. Of course, paella has since spread all over […]

6 Best Belgian Beers (and Where to Find Them)

Oh, sweet Belgium: home of the world’s best waffles, chocolate, and, of course, beer. And when we say best beer, we mean booziest beer. And when we say booziest, we mean an average Belgian beer ranges between a whopping 8-10% ABV. Before we dive in, let’s take a crash course on Belgian beer so that […]

Bikepacking Vietnam on a Budget: Our Tell-All Guide

The quietest, most serene corners of Vietnam are often completely passed over by traditional methods of transportation—a true shame, if you ask me. You’ll never see a bus of tourists heading to places like Quảng Ngãi or Bảo Lộc, but on a motorbike, it’s a real life choose-your-own-adventure novel. Who’s ready to become an author? […]

How to Guide: The Galapagos on a Backpacker’s Budget

In 1835, the HMS Beagle dropped in on a chain of Islands off the coast of Ecuador. “You guys think these finches look weird?” muttered Charles Darwin, a young naturalist on board. “Yeah, a bit,” said the crew. And thus our understanding of the natural world changed forever. Anyone who has ever watched a David […]

Caminito del Rey: A Guide to the World’s Most Thrilling Hike

Nicknamed the “Walkway of Death” by intrepid rock climbers for decades, Spain’s most thrilling walk, the infamous Caminito del Rey, is one of the most magnificent things to do in the entire country. This suspended walkway stands over 300 feet above the spectacular El Chorro Gorge. It hugs the dramatic rock face pretty much the […]

21 Boozy Travel Destinations For Wine Lovers

When Jesus turned water into wine, he was really onto something. If the Nobel Prize was around back then, he would have won for chemistry, economics, peace, and medicine. Since Jesus’ time, a few others have turned water into wine (with the helpful addition of a few other ingredients), and all over the world, people […]

5 Things to Do in Granada Beyond the Alhambra

The Alhambra is one of Europe’s coolest destinations, and it remains a powerful symbol of Spain’s multicultural past. Set against the backdrop of the Sierra Nevada peaks, the ancient palace and fortress complex was constructed by the Moors who invaded the Iberian Peninsula from the 8th century onwards. Between the opulent palaces and the manicured […]

Live, Work, & Thrive: 11 Favorite Cities of Digital Nomads

Planes, trains, hammocks, and the middle of nowhere: we’ll work anywhere that works for us. The life of a digital nomad is certainly free spirited, but there are a lot of factors to consider when deciding where to be a nomad. Towering mountains and white sand beaches certainly are an influence, but the cost of […]

41 of the Best Things to Do in China

It’s hard to believe that you can get up close and personal with these magnificent endangered creatures, but in Chengdu, a city located in Sichuan province, you can do just that. Native to just three provinces within China, the creatures are kept in a space as close to their natural habitat as possible and are […]