There are many ways to experience the Arctic, as this region covers numerous countries and as a whole is larger than Antarctica. There is also much to consider when planning Arctic trips such as when you want to travel, what your budget is, how long you want to visit, and what you want to experience. If you’re considering a trip to the Arctic, here’s our helpful Arctic Travel Guide to assist you with creating a memorable cruise or land-based expedition.
Regarded as one of the world’s best ecotourism destinations, Costa Rica offers endless hiking opportunities through rainforest in search of exotic wildlife. The best way to explore Costa Rica’s abundant natural beauty is by hiking with a guide. One reason is because local guides know where the best spots are located to give you the best chance of observing much of the country’s most iconic wildlife.
Travel restrictions imposed by the worldwide pandemic trapped many of us in metropolitan areas. But now that constraints have been removed, the desire to explore nature and discover the outdoors is stronger than ever.
Viewing incredible wildlife while admiring the surroundings is one of the most awe-inspiring experiences to have, and wildlife destinations around the world should be on your travel bucket list even if you don’t consider yourself a wildlife lover!
But the real question is, where should you take a vacation? Check out the following destinations, which we rate as the best countries around the world for offering wildlife experiences.
There’s a lot to love about the world’s wildlife, from the megafauna of bears to glittering silver-scaled fish, the giants of the African plains to delicate and beautiful butterflies that live almost everywhere. Though not all of us have ample opportunity to get outdoors and experience nature as much as we’d like to.
If you’re an animal fan, here are some games that might appeal to you, which you can play if you’re transiting on long bus rides, stuck inside in isolation, or facing a long lock down as the result of a positive test.
Whether you’re looking to do some remote backcountry hiking and camping or simply want to visit a park closer to the big cities like Portland, here are some of Oregon’s best parks and natural spaces to experience.