An Overnight Cruise On Vietnam's Halong Bay

An Unforgettable Overnight Cruise On Vietnam’s Halong Bay

Halong Bay is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is increasingly becoming one of the most popular stops for tourists visiting the north of Vietnam. The bay is filled with nearly 1,600 limestone islets jutting up out of the water, and most are covered with a dense green vegetation. A few of the islets are hollow with massive underwater caves. Halong Bay also provides hiking opportunities, water sports, fishing villages, and more. 

Hiking And Camping At Fossil Falls

Hiking And Camping At Fossil Falls

Fossil Falls is a basaltic lava flow located just off of Highway 395. In this guide, I’ll provide all of the information you need to find Fossil Falls, hike out to the dry fall area, and find a place to camp if you’re looking to make this an overnighter.

10 Reasons To Visit Vietnam

10 Reasons To Fall In Love With Vietnam

Vietnam is a beautiful country in Southeast Asia featuring beaches, rivers, farms, temples, and bustling large cities. I recently took a family trip to Vietnam and spent 10 days traveling the country from north to south. Here are 10 reasons why I think you’ll fall in love with Vietnam!

5 Reasons to Visit Siem Reap Cambodia

5 Reasons You Have To Add Siem Reap Cambodia To Your Bucket List

Siem Reap is located in the northwestern portion of Cambodia, and is the gateway to the greater Angkor region, the former capital of the Khmer Empire. The temples of Angkor are surely the highlight of Siem Reap, but travelers would be missing out if they didn’t explore the city a little further. Here are five reasons you need to add Siem Reap to your bucket list of travel destinations!

The Ultimate Guide To Renting A Car For Iceland's Ring Road

The Ultimate Guide To Renting A Car For Iceland’s Ring Road

For many travelers visiting Iceland, there is no better way to see the sites than by car. In this guide, I hope to provide all of the answers and information that prospective Ring Road adventurers will need to enjoy one of the most beautiful road trips this world has to offer.

Southeast Iceland Ring Road Jokulsarlon Seljalandsfoss Skógafoss Sólheimasandur

A Guide To Driving Southeast Iceland

After exploring Reykjavik and The Golden Circle on our drive of Iceland’s Ring Road, Julia, Owen, and I made our way towards the Southeast portion of the country. The Ring Road is a spectacle in it’s entirety, but if I had to choose one section to see again, I would choose the Southeast. With waterfalls, black sand beaches, basalt columns, puffins, and glacier lagoons, there is no shortage of incredible things to see. In this guide, I will provide a map, photographs, and a detailed trip write up for those of you planning to explore Southeast Iceland on your visit.