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Take A Walk On The Wild Side – 5 Scenic State Parks of North Carolina

Take A Walk On The Wild Side – 5 Scenic State Parks of North Carolina

There are of course the many famous beaches along the east coast; their beauty attracting people from all over. But I’m not exactly a beach person; my natural refuge is ideally surrounded by an endless variety of vegetation instead of sand and water. To my surprise, North Carolina has no shortage of incredible state parks. I’ve made it a task to visit every state park within NC, so here’s a look at the remarkable landscapes they offer:

September 29, 2014 | By More
America’s Favorite Fall Foliage Trains

America’s Favorite Fall Foliage Trains

This year why not let someone else do the driving while you sit back and relax with nothing to disturb your leaf-peeping revelry. We’ve pulled together a guide to America’s favorite rail journeys that travel past the country’s most stunning fall foliage vistas. Whether you have one day to spare or a week, here are the best train routes for doing some serious leaf peeping.

From New England, to the Blue Ridge Mountains and the narrow gauge rails of the west, there’s spectacular foliage scenery all along the way.

September 24, 2014 | By More
Okemo Trip Report – Vermont’s Perfect Vacation Spot For All Seasons

Okemo Trip Report – Vermont’s Perfect Vacation Spot For All Seasons

Okemo Mountain is Vermont’s perfect vacation spot For ALL SEASONS.

Summers and Fall at Okemo Mountain Resort offers outdoor fun for everyone. The Adventure Zone is a hub for family fun with the Mountain Coaster, Sawyer’s Sweep Zipline Tours, Haulback Challenge Course, Disc Golf Courses, Lumberin’ Cal Miniature Golf, Stump Jumper Bungee Trampoline, Climbing Wall, AMP Energy Big Air Bag and my personal favorite Segway Personal Transport Tours.

September 19, 2014 | By More
Best Dive Sites in Hawaii – Top Places To Take The Plunge

Best Dive Sites in Hawaii – Top Places To Take The Plunge

Hawaii is a diver’s ultimate dream come true. From the Big Island to Oahu, Maui, Molokai and Kauai, meet a group of exquisite and beautifully-lush islands with no requirement of a passport to travel to for US citizens. With a perfect geographical location of 2500 miles from the closest continental landmass, it is one of the world’s most remote Archipelagos. This isolation from the rest of the world could only mean one thing: you get to share the sea with endemic and rare species.

Some of the top scuba sites you will not want to miss out in your scuba trip include:

September 10, 2014 | By More
Travel Games For Kids – Perfect For That Rainy Day At The Campsite

Travel Games For Kids – Perfect For That Rainy Day At The Campsite

It’s all fun and games when the sun is out, but when the weather starts being difficult the trip becomes much more of a challenge. It’s always a good idea to pack some cheap materials for arts and crafts activities (such as some thread for friendship bracelet making) as well as a few card games like Uno or Happy Families.

However, if you’ve exhausted your imagination then it might be time to introduce some new interactive games that don’t require any resources at all. Here’s a list of the top ten rainy-day campsite games to keep everyone entertained.

September 8, 2014 | By More
Best Road Trips Inspired By Great Movies

Best Road Trips Inspired By Great Movies

According to research done by the insurance firm Endsleigh, almost a third of students list a road trip across North America as their dream destination, no doubt this has been inspired by one of many great road trip movies. Not only do road trip movies show entertaining stories against an ever changing backdrop, but they introduce us to a range of iconic landscapes, and local characters along the way.

September 5, 2014 | By More
Best Waterfall Hike in Tahiti – Find Your Inner Peace on an Unforgettable Valley Hike

Best Waterfall Hike in Tahiti – Find Your Inner Peace on an Unforgettable Valley Hike

Find Inner Peace by Hiking the Fautaua Valley to Two Spectacular Waterfalls in Pape’ete, Tahiti

Neither lengthy nor difficult, if there is any outing you really ought to take in Tahiti, it is the Fautaua Valley Trail hike. When we entered the gate opening the way into Fautaua Valley, the following step was obvious – follow the bubbling stream and the trail of fruit trees. We asked beforehand, not wanting to be horrible tourists, and yes, visitors are allowed to pick fruit, but you’d have to wash them first. Avocados, mangoes, passion fruit, everything looked like a tropical fruit flavored shampoo commercial, but we were actually there.

August 27, 2014 | By More
Freediving, Three of The World’s Best Sites – Where Less Really Is More

Freediving, Three of The World’s Best Sites – Where Less Really Is More

3 Fantastic Spots to Go Freediving

Fuelled by determination and a sheer love of the deep, freediving is an adrenaline-pumping experience that certainly isn’t for the faint-hearted. Hungry for the challenge, divers ditch their breathing equipment for the power of their own lungs to descend to great depths and explore all the underwater world has to offer. The thought might seem intimidating but anybody can learn the art of freediving, and those that do never look back.

August 22, 2014 | By More
America’s Best Campgrounds and RV Parks For Hunting and Fishing

America’s Best Campgrounds and RV Parks For Hunting and Fishing

Soon the temperatures will begin to ease from summer’s heat and cool breezes will blow down from the hills and mountains. Before long, the urge to dress in bright orange will become irresistible. No, not for Halloween – for a great guys getaway to the wilderness! It’s nearly time to gather your buddies and take to the woods for a hunting, fishing and laughs. Combine the all-time favorite guy activities of fishing, hunting and hiking and go RVing and camping in some of America’s best spots.

Here’s a look at some of America’s best RV and Camping Parks for hunting, fishing and hiking:

August 18, 2014 | By More
Best Kept Sightseeing Secrets of Atlanta – Don’t Miss Them

Best Kept Sightseeing Secrets of Atlanta – Don’t Miss Them

Discovering The Best Kept Secret Activities of Atlanta

If you live in or have ever traveled to Atlanta, you likely know about attractions such as the Atlanta Braves’ Turner Field, the High Museum of Art, the CNN Center, the Atlanta Zoo, and Piedmont Park. You probably don’t know, however, about the vast array of other activities that are home to this charming southern city. Atlanta has a hidden collection of activities for those who are sick of seeing the same tourist traps time and time again.

August 15, 2014 | By More