The Ha Giang Bike Loop was the highlight of our Vietnam travels! Traveling by motorbike for four days through the endless mountains in the Ha Giang province in the very north of Vietnam provided an experience we could never have imagined. You are way off the beaten path as you drive through the small local villages where all the children are so happy to see you, and then the next minute your treated with the best mountainous view of your life! Whatever you do, set 4 days aside to add this into your adventure in Vietnam. Continue reading
If you are looking for a desert experience without actually making your way to the desert, look no further than the White and Red Sand Dunes in Mui Ne, Vietnam! This beach town features two different epic sand dunes for you to enjoy! About 20 minutes away is the Red Sand Dunes, with sand an orangy-red colour and lots of untouched dunes. About 1 hour away is the White Sand Dunes, featuring even bigger dunes and, you guessed it, white sand. Continue reading
The Guide To Backpacking Cambodia
We spent exactly two weeks exploring Cambodia and felt like we covered a solid amount of the country. Cambodia has a lot of interesting but devastating history involving the Khmer Rouge, the Vietnam War, and a significant amount of landmines that you will have the chance to earn about. There is a vast amount of adventure to be had from big city, to small town, from driving up a mountain, to relaxing on the beach, and of course, exploring massive temples. Also, Cambodian food is absolutely delicious. Read on to learn the ins and outs of travelling Cambodia!
How To Visit The Angkor Temples In A Day
Angkor Wat and the other amazing temples are a must see while in Siem Reap! Angkor Wat alone is the largest temple in the world, but the entire complex features a large number of stunning temples such as Angkor Thom, Bayon, Ta Prohm, etc. There is no way that you will see everything in one day, however, you can see a lot of beautiful temples and leave absolutely satisfied! In this article, we will let you know what temples to visit, how to get around, and how much you will have to spend.
Off The Beaten Path In Kampot
Kampot, Cambodia is definitely an adventurous place where you can get off the beaten path and really enjoy yourself! Kampot is a small town with essentially everything you could want in walking distance, and with the adventure just a scooter ride away. Many people tend to skip Kampot, but we would rank it as our favourite place it Cambodia! Head to Kampot, you will not be disappointed. Continue reading
What To Do In Bali – Top 5 Things To Do Before You Leave
Bali is a bucket list destination with so many amazing things to do. Bali is rapidly growing in popularity, and for a good reason. Bali literally has something for everybody, from backpacker, to 5-star vacationer, from epic adventure, to relaxation. Bali is rich in culture, has amazing food, beautiful scenery, and so much more. Continue reading
The Best Beaches In Bali
Endless beautiful beaches surround the island of Bali. From white sand to black sand, swimming to surfing, cliffside to palm tree filled, there are many beaches here for you to discover! Uluwatu is a hot spot for beautiful beaches, providing some of the best swim spots, and the most stunning sunsets. Whether you are staying in Uluwatu, or just looking for a day trip, an adventure down in Uluwatu for some beach hopping is well worth your while! However, Canggu, Kuta, Seminyak, Sanur, Padang Bai, and all other places around the island offer beaches you will want to experience. Continue reading
If you’re a backpacker, you are likely just using Cancun as your spot to fly in or out of Mexico. Most people will tell you to get out as fast as possible, and if your just arriving, you may be eager for adventure and be looking to move on right away, but there are some reasons to give Cancun a chance! Continue reading
Cozumel is a beautiful island off the shore of Playa Del Carmen, Mexico. From snorkeling to shopping, there is literally something for everyone. As a destination most popular with cruisers, we were surprised at how much it had to offer for other travelers, including backpackers like ourselves. Continue reading