by Shannon Lowery | May 18, 2023 | Places Untraveled
In southwest Wyoming, USA, lies an active local community surrounded by jaw-dropping natural beauty where you’ll never be bored. The town is Laramie, Wyoming, and the locals, often called “Laramigos” refer to their backyard playground as “Laradise.” It’s a term fitting of a place where culture is alive, scenery is stunning and life is laid-back. Get ready to reimagine heaven on Earth.
by Tara Tadlock | May 7, 2023 | Featured, Places Untraveled, Sustainable Travel
While the railway in Laos may be a topic of debate amongst locals and political and economical experts, there’s no arguing that the opening of the train is quickly transforming travel in Laos. In this article, we’re sharing all the details of the newly opened train system in Laos for intrepid travelers eager to sink their teeth into an “untraveled” Southeast Asia.
by The Globetrotter Guys | May 7, 2023 | Featured, Places Untraveled, Travel Tips
When it comes to LGBTQ+ travel, it’s all too easy to think about obvious destinations such as New York, Mykonos and Barcelona. These destinations are all incredible in their own right and popular with LGBTQ+ travellers for good reason. However, there are many other destinations that might surprise you for how welcoming they are for the LGBTQ+ community.
by Whitney James | Apr 27, 2023 | Places Untraveled
There’s never been a better time to explore Sarawak. Between their award-winning annual Rainforest World Music Festival in June and unparalleled year-round outdoor adventure, this Malaysian destination is bursting with culture, flavor, and activity.
by Ryan Tingle | Mar 28, 2023 | Places Untraveled, Travel Tips
Peru is home to an array of dining experiences, from world-renowned restaurants to Indigenous recipes one can only experience deep in the jungle. The fresh flavors of Peruvian cuisine will leave your mouth watering for more South American delicacies.
by Ryan Tingle | Mar 28, 2023 | Places Untraveled
A concert of humming, buzzing, chirping and the rustling of palms saturates the surrounding forest. Tucked away in the dense foliage, a small wooden boat navigates down the small Rio Momon, a thin and winding stream that flows into the mighty Amazon. Parrots and Toucans fly past, squawking overhead before evading the soothing and beautiful rainstorms each afternoon that help cool down the smothering heat. Fresh fish, fruit and herbs in every direction, offering up countless possibilities for an unforgettable meal. The brilliant sunsets create remarkable displays upon the departing rain clouds, giving off the last hint of light and color before the night symphony of insects takes over. All this sound nice? Then you need to visit Iquitos and the Amazon Rainforest in Peru.