The Best Tea Shops in Mandalay, Myanmar

Throughout Myanmar you’ll find tea shops filled with men wearing “longyis”, laughing with friends while sipping endless cups of thick, sugary sweet Myanmar Tea. They are truly the heartbeat of Burmese culture, especially in larger cities like Mandalay. Most of the hotels in Mandalay include breakfast but if you really want to experience the culture…

The Best Water Shoes for Havasu Falls

Havasu Falls is arguably one of the most spectacular and picturesque waterfalls in the United States. Located in Northern Arizona, it is a 10-mile trek through a deep canyon from the parking lot to the falls. The water is a beautiful turquoise blue and it plunges down a 100-foot limestone cliff to the refreshing swimming…

2018 Burning Man Packing List

Burning Man is an incredibly intense experience. You’ll be venturing into the Black Rock Desert where there are frequent dust storms. Your body and everything you own will be covered in the alkaline playa dust, all of the time. You will get bloody noses daily, your feet will get dry and crack, you’ll be kept…

Visit the Okonjima Nature Reserve in Namibia

No trip to Namibia is complete without a stay in a luxurious tent camp where you can lounge in bed while wild animals graze outside your window. And there is no better place in the country to get your fill of luxury treatment and exhilarating safari excursions than at the Okonjima Nature Reserve. Not only…

9 Things to Know Before Visiting Namibia

Namibia was on our bucket list for about a year before we had the opportunity to visit. We kept seeing gorgeous photos on Instagram, we read countless blogs about road tripping around the country, and we figured that the camping in remote areas while surrounded by wildlife was unreal. We also did our research and…

Namibia Road Trip Itinerary

Namibia is a country located on the west coast of Southern Africa. It has gained popularity with tourists over the years due to the fact that it is much safer than it’s neighbor to the south, and offers plenty of opportunity to view wildlife from the comfort of your own car. The country has also…

Guide to Etosha National Park in Namibia

Etosha National Park spans and area of 8,600 square miles and is home to both commonplace and incredibly rare species of animals. On your self-drive tour you may be lucky enough to spot elephants, endangered black rhinos, lions, giraffes, and possibly even leopards. And no doubt you’ll see plenty of zebras and antelope grazing right…

What to Pack for a Vacation in Namibia

So you’re planning a vacation in Namibia? With wild animals grazing right along the road and tribal people that invite you into their villages to witness their honored traditions, a trip to Namibia is truly an experience of a lifetime! Follow our packing guide so you’re prepared for anything and everything you may encounter along…

The Top 12 Things to See and Do in Swakopmund, Namibia

Swakopmund is a coastal town in Namibia that sits about 225 miles west of Windhoek. Sandwiched between the massive Namib Desert and the South Atlantic Ocean, this charming little town offers plenty of outdoor adventures to keep visitors entertained for several days. It’s a must-see destination when touring this beautiful country. Don’t miss the top…

The Most Instagrammable Places in Morocco

If you are on Instagram you have undoubtedly seen gorgeous photos of Morocco. Colorful doorways, spectacular mosques, intricate architecture, and vibrant markets are just a few of the classic photo ops in this amazing country. We spent 6 weeks in Morocco and took countless photos in order to bring you a list of the best…

A Road Trip Through Eastern Morocco

No trip to Morocco is complete without a trip out to the Sahara Desert, and there is no better way to see this area of the country than to rent a car and hit the open road! This road trip itinerary through Eastern Morocco will have you hiking through beautiful gorges, trying your hand at…