As the holiday period approaches, Christmas Island is gearing up for an extraordinary natural phenomenon – the annual red crab migration. Last year the migration occurred in October, however in 2023, this captivating event, is anticipated to create a mesmerising red spectacle, perfectly in time with the festive spirit of Christmas this December, thanks to […]
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Florida is known for its world-class beaches, thrilling theme parks and outdoor adventures, but what travellers may not know is that these opportunities are accessible for all abilities. VISIT FLORIDA is highlighting locations and innovations across the state that are celebrating accessibility through a new video series featuring locals. It’s just the latest in Florida’s commitment to accessibility for locals and travellers alike.
With lots of room to roam and backdrops of incredible fall colours against mountaintops, fall in Montana is an outdoor lover’s dream. Crowds dissipate, temperatures cool, and landscapes transform to a sea of crimson and gold. Those visiting can take in all the glory of fall in Montana with these awe-inspiring outdoor adventures. Skip the […]
In the fall, the mountains and forests of West Virginia come alive with spectacular coloyrs, and the most exciting way to experience the fall foliage is ziplining through the mountains and over the gorges in southern West Virginia. Being the third most forested state, West Virginia provides a lush tableau of colours that are especially attractive to adventure travellers.
Nominated as one of the 52 countries to love in 2021 by The New York Times, Colombia is one of the trendiest destinations for this year due to its natural wealth and the sustainability practices implemented by its tourist sector. If you are a nature lover seeking for outdoor experiences, adventure, great food and breathtaking landscapes for your next vacation, after reading this article, your travel choice will be a no brainer!
Think Yucatán and, most likely, images of the marvel that is Chichen Itza, the colonial architecture of capital city Mérida or perhaps even the state’s beautiful cenotes will come to mind. Rarely does the hidden gem of the Yucatecan Riviera make the list. Running along some 235 miles of coastline, the Yucatecan Riviera boasts some of the greatest variety of ecosystems and attractions to enjoy between the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico. Those looking for a destination less traveled will enjoy exploring these little-known places: the three treasures of the Yucatán Coast.
The magnificent shores of Los Cabos, Mexico offer visitors beautiful beaches, breathtaking views, and the opportunity to create lasting memories. There are tons of fun activities to do on the beautiful Baja Peninsula that will leave you itching for more! For those looking to hone their sense of adventure, look no further than Los Cabos to satisfy all your heart-racing cravings.
Listed in the top five “Domestic Destinations for Vacationers” by USA Today in 2005, Lake Tahoe’s abundance of outdoor summer sports and recreation brings hikers, bikers, climbers, fishers, golfers, and nature-loving adventurers to the region.