Racing down an active volcano at 40mph is a THRILL! Volcano boarding Cerro Negro in Nicaragua is the only place in the world that you can board down an active volcano! Do you dare?Read More
The Lost City of Colombia; similar to Machu Picchu, but way older. Step back in time to this ancient and abandoned civilization by trekking for 4 days in the jungle of Colombia to "Cuidad Perdida".Read More
Atop a platform, hundreds of feet in the air, the rainforest valley beneath you. Catapulted to the other side; frightened and exhilarated. Monteverde Cloud Forest in Costa Rica is a world-renowned zip line & canopy tour destination. Explore the stunning jungle scenery and thrilling heights of ziplining in Costa Rica.Picture lush valleys, green as far as the eye can see. Trees all around you so thick that you can feel the cool dampness radiate from the branches and leaves.Read More
Discovered only in 2004, Somoto Canyon is one of Nicaragua’s best off the beaten path and thrilling adventures. Boldly hike through unpaved terrain, with many tempting opportunities for cliff jumping and swimming in the cool waters. Wildly memorable and worth a visit. Travel to Nicaragua.Read More
Deep in the jungle of Belize lies the Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave, or ATM Cave. A sacred Mayan site for sacrifice, the ATM Cave is home to a dozen human skeletal remains including the famous “Crystal Maiden”. Unearth thousands of years of authentically preserved Mayan history, culture, tradition, and adventure.Read More
When I think about snorkeling or diving, tropical destinations like Bora Bora or the Bahamas comes to mind. When I read that Iceland has one of the best dive spots in the world, I knew I had to check it out. Silfra, located in Thingvellir National Park is actually a tectonic fissure.Read More
Glacier National Park is called the Crown of the Continent for a reason... it's stunning.
Comprised of 1,583 square miles or 1,013,120 acres, Glacier National Park in Montana boasts over 700 miles of hiking trails, there is no shortage of spectacular lakes, rivers, waterfalls, and viewpoints within the boundaries of the park.Read More