There are various cave systems around the world that offer visitors the ability to view stalactites and stalagmites, but how many offer them the ability to swim among them? How many people can say they’ve actually swam in an underground river? You can do just that on the Rio Secreto Underground River Tour! Want to know what it’s like? Check out this Rio Secreto Review!
Heading to Japan soon but not sure what to bring with you? Not sure what things can be left at home? Check out my Japan packing list to make sure you’ve got everything you need!
Heading to Japan soon but not sure what clothes to bring with you? Not a problem! Let’s check out the typical weather patterns for Japan to determine what kind of clothing we would need for each of the seasons. Plus, we’ll take a look a current fashion trends in order to be able to pick clothing that better matches what is currently being worn in Japan. By the end of this article, you should know exactly what to wear in Japan, no matter the season!
When planning our trip to Mexico, I wanted to see more of the Mayan ruins than just Chichen Itza. I also knew that Mexico was rather well known for their awesome snorkeling and diving spots, so that was on my to do list as well. When I came across a tour that offered not only a tour of Tulum, but also a chance to go snorkeling and explore one of Mexico’s many cenotes, I figured, why not? In the end, it turned out to be one of the best things we did during our time in Mexico! Find out what it’s like to go on the Snorkeling, Tulum Ruins, and Cenote tour in this Ocean Tours Mexico Review!
One of the top things we wanted to do during our time in Mexico was visit the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza. We had decided not to rent a car while in Mexico, and since we were staying in Playa Del Carmen, it was too far to take a taxi. For that reason, we decided to book a guided tour and ended up going with Mayaland Tours. Find out everything you need to know in this Chichen Itza Deluxe Tour Review!
If you’ve ever been on a guided tour, you know that the tour guide can easily make or break the whole experience. Bad ones can make the most interesting place seem incredibly boring, while others can literally make your year. If you’re looking for a truly amazing experience while traveling, consider booking with some of the best tour guides in the world, recommended by top travel bloggers!
Known as the “Aloha State” and the “Paradise of the Pacific,” Hawaii makes for the perfect getaway vacation. You can relax on the beach, explore the many hiking trails, or delve into Hawaiian culture. Find out the best way spend 2 weeks in Hawaii with this ultimate Hawaii itinerary!
After scoring permits to Havasu Falls, I decided to reach out to some of my fellow travel bloggers to get their tips and tricks on how to get in shape for hiking. Even though I started this with the intent of getting in shape for the Havasu falls hike, I found that these tips are great for getting into shape for any long distance hike or backpacking trip!
For the most part, you could probably survive in Japan without actually knowing any Japanese. Most of the signs have English translations, and many of the train stations have announcements in English as well as Japanese. However, I think that your trip overall is a lot less stressful if you know at least some basics in Japanese. Check out my list of recommended survival Japanese phrases for travel in Japan!
In my opinion, 21 days in Japan is the perfect amount of time to spend in Japan. Sure with 14 days you could see all the highlights, but with 21 days you can really delve into the cities, as well as visit some of the more “off the beaten path” destinations, away from much of the tourists. Check out this ultimate 21 day Japan itinerary to see how to best spend your time!
If you ask me, I think 14 days in Japan is just enough time to see all of the best spots. It gives you enough time to check out the major cities as well as take a few day trips to nearby, more off-the-beaten path locations. Check out this ultimate...
Sometimes we don’t always have the ability to travel for such an extended period of time. Sometimes, 1 week is all we get, because, I mean, you still have a full-time job or school, family, etc. Even if you only have a week, go anyway! Check out this 7 day Japan itinerary for all the best things to do in Japan with a limited amount of time!