Traveling on a shoestring budget—doesn’t mean having to go without exploring the world. In fact, much of the world isn’t best discovered in a luxury hotel suite, but with a few belongings tucked into a knapsack.
Sure, backpacking trips may mean sacrificing some creature comforts, but the connection with the nature around you and the camaraderie with fellow backpackers from all over the world can’t be undervalued. Here are the world’s top 10 backpacking destinations…
Portugal is a stunning coastal haven for backpackers. Most fly down and begin your trek at Porto, making your way leisurely to the Algarve, at the southern-most tip of Portugal on the border of Spain. The walk is not difficult; in fact, you can take advantage of the stellar public transport system and stop along the coast for wine tours, gorgeous scenery, lively festivals, delicious seafood, and friendly locals.
If you’re traveling on a backpacker’s budget, but want to sunbathe, dine, drink, and explore like royalty, then a trip to Bali, Indonesia is within reach. Not only are the golden beaches stunning, the accommodations and food are super cheap. However, the laid back surfers, backpackers, and jubilant monkeys you’ll have for company during your journey will be priceless.
Choosing where to retire in the US can be very overwhelming – so many great options and factors to consider! Regardless of whether you’re seeking an action-packed retirement or looking
Traveling for business or pleasure can easily derail your health and fitness regime.
The diversity and unrivaled size of the Amazon basin is a wonder adventure travelers flock to for experiencing the incredible ecosystem and boundless opportunity for exploration.
Looking for a great place to visit where you can really get a feel for the California landscape? Then check out the Kern River.
Sweden gets a bad rap in North America: we either don’t know where the country is, often confusing it with Switzerland, or we assume that everyone sounds like the Swedish
Most travelers to Cuba have one thing in common; they tend to stick with the better-known areas of Havana, Varadero or Cayo Coco.
While huge luxury vessels have their appeal (think glitzy shock and awe) and offer a huge amount of choice when it comes to activities, dining and amenities, bigger doesn’t always
Antigua has 365 beaches, one for every day of the year, and it’s not hard to find one, two or even ten that are your favorites.
Once ruled by Spanish conquistadors in the 1500s, Costa Rica today evokes thoughts of lush, emerald rainforests, lofty, mist-capped mountains, and a bounty of some of the earth’s rarest and
Wales is often the overlooked country in the United Kingdom.
One hears the words “Cook Islands” and immediately thinks of clear turquoise waters, volcanic peaks, palm-fringed beaches and a feeling of being cast away into another world.
It is no secret that kids go crazy for toy stores and planning a vacation with a trip to one always brings smiles.
In the past two decades New Zealand’s Waiheke Island has gained recognition in terms of a top producing wine region.
Quitting your job and traveling the world is one of the most common daydreams. Sadly, the business of earning a living often gets in the way of prolonged vacationing.
New Zealand isn’t the first place you think of when you think about vacationing with the kids.
One of the most fitting ways to explore the ins and outs of Norway is by traveling along any one of the country’s national tourist routes; well established drives that
Indoor water parks promise endless summer, a perfect getaway as the winter months are quickly coming.