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…

The Wave, Arizona: Frequently Asked Questions

If The Wave is on your bucket list, as it should be, getting a permit will take some patience, persistence, and a bit of luck. Check out our list of FAQs to help you with any and every question ranging from how to get one of those elusive permits, what to bring, what to expect, and how to get there.

What to Pack for The Wave, Arizona

So, you’ve secured one of only 20 coveted daily permits to visit The Wave, hooray! But you’re probably thinking “what do I do now?” It’s time to start thinking about what to pack for your upcoming hiking adventure and a once in a lifetime experience! Your adventure will begin with a 3-mile trek on incredibly…

Complete 2018 Packing Guide for Havasu Falls

So, you’ve secured your camping permit for Havasu Falls, hooray! But you’re probably thinking “now what?” It’s time to start thinking about what to pack for your upcoming camping adventure in one of the most stunningly beautiful places in the United States! Your adventure will begin with a 10-mile trek through the canyon to reach…

Complete Road Trip Packing List

There’s no better test for your patience, ability to deal with stressful situations, or your driving skills then setting off on an adventurous cross-country road trip! Just you, your trusty vehicle, and the open road stretching out in front of you. And maybe a few hurdles along the way. You’re going to need to be…

9 Essential Tips for Surviving Van Life

Our van life life began back in November of 2013 when my now husband, Nick, and I were on a 15-month journey abroad (oh how I could have used some of these van life tips then!). We were surfing in Indonesia and realized that we were probably the closest to New Zealand that we would…