Explore Adventure analyzes where and when people in different countries search for locations in other countries.
Anyone who has ever caught the travel bug probably understands the allure of the places not many Western travelers get to go, places like Iran, Cuba, and North Korea. Whether this is a reaction to the idea that we aren’t welcome or simply aren’t allowed in, many people go out […]
There are many theories and definitions to what can be understood through the term of tourism geography and researchers are still debating on what is and isn’t included in this rather large field of study. The content of tourism geography is complex, making a connection between the two concepts of […]
You can now wax nostalgic online with the new site launched by the National Park Service to commemorate Route 66 (aka the Mother Road). The site contains maps, photos and essays on the historic route that stretched from Chicago to Los Angeles. Browse the list of sites by state to […]
Published by National Geographic Adventure, this anthology features adventurous tales written by such famous writers as Sebastian Junger, Peter Matthiessen, and Philip Caputo. The book features fascinating stories about elephants in India (“Stomping Grounds”) and riding along with the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (The Whale Warriors”) among many others. The […]
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) added nineteen new cultural and eight new natural sites to the World Heritage List. There are now 878 sites in 145 countries on the list. The latest 27 added sites include four new countries: Papua New Guinea, San Marino, Saudi Arabia, […]
Joshua Keeler, Joey Stocking and Adam Gatherum blasted through the 48 continental states in 106 hours in order to break and old Guinness records. After the trio reached Four Corners (the point where New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona and Utah intersect, they posted the following: Well, we made it. And we […]
If you’ve ever aspired to visit some of the world’s greatest natural parks but haven’t been able to get to them, the site VirtualParks.org can help you virtually explore some of the parks found in the western portions of Canada and the United States. The site was created by Erik […]