Backpacking the Tuamotu Islands in French Polynesia is a relatively new thing. The main tourist visiting this atoll style archipelago are dive enthusiasts.
The Society Islands are a true island paradise. Home to some of the world’s most luxurious resorts, these islands are slowly accommodating budget travel.
True beauty and paradise, Bora Bora is know worldwide as the luxury destination but backpacking Bora Bora, on a budget, is now becoming possible.
Mount Merapi, also known as the Mountain of Fire is Indonesia’s most active volcano with smaller eruptions occurring ever 2-3 years and a major eruption every 10-15 years. Hiking Mount Merapi is a must when visiting Java.
The “Mountain of Fire” also known as Mount Merapi is Indonesia’s most active volcano. Located on the island of Java this hike is intense but well worth it. Hiking Mount Merapi on your own is an easy thing to do and I had a blast on my solo hike.
Yosemite Valley, located inside of the Yosemite National Park is home to some of the most iconic landscapes in the United States. This serene valley continues to be one of the best places for weekend campers enjoying nature and it is great a launching point for back country adventures!
I had such a blast campervanning California’s National Parks. On our trip to California my girlfriend and I got the opportunity to rent a campervan for 10 days to see more of this epic state!
My girlfriend and I were heading to Cabo San Lucas for a wedding and decided to venture down a few days early, rent a car, camp and explore the Mexican Baja! We had an incredible 10 days sight-seeing Mexico and experiencing resort life for the first time!