There is now a way you can get up close and personal with the great predators of the ocean without even getting wet.
This couple had a longing to leave their regular life behind and so they did! Matt and Jessica Johnson, both 32, quit their jobs and sold their possessions in order to buy a boat — despite never having sailed before. After a few years of practicing, they hit the high seas in 2011 and never looked back. So far the couple, and their cat Georgie, have visited 16 different countries in their travels, including South America, and the crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean.
Rafa Ortiz was born and raised in Mexico City, and started kayaking as a kid. Today, he is one of the most well respected and adventurous kayakers in the world, known for steering his boat off of 100-foot waterfalls in some of the most exotic locations on the globe.
Sporting holidays are a great way to dually see the world and indulge your travel passions. They’re the kind of holidays that keep you feeling fit and see you flying home radiating a healthy glow. But a word of warning: don’t embark on any of these quests unless you are in peak physical condition and your travel insurance is up to date.
American adventurer Alison Teal spends her life in dangerous jungles and uncharted wildernesses. Unlike the real Indiana Jones (who hated snakes) she has even kissed a cobra along the way...
The first time I had a real conversation with Oli Dreike, he was poking a stick into a small but pungent pile of hyena dung.
Ever fancied travelling the world? This remarkable couple have done just that – covering most of the world’s surface in their beloved Land Rover. Peter and Eileen Crichton, 72 and 65, have travelled the world in their 3.5 V8i 1991 Land Rover Discovery, named Rabia, having started their epic challenge almost twenty years ago.
Melbourne's newest boutique accommodation, St Jerome's - The Hotel, is offering glamping right in the heart of the city.
Chances are, if a woman were to tell you that she makes a living by sailing around the world, you would probably think that she’s living the dream. After all, not only is she making it in a traditionally male-dominated sport, she is also getting paid to be out on a boat on the sunny ocean — not behind a desk in an office somewhere. And that’s living.