Tetiaroa, French Polynesia: One of The Most Romantic & Sustainable Destinations
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Tetiaroa, French Polynesia: One of The Most Romantic & Sustainable Destinations

What are we doing for our 10th year on honeymoon? We’re going on a quest for the 10 most romantic and sustainable destinations in the world! Places that aren’t just trying to be green, but those who’ve made it their compass. Tourism that actively makes the surrounding environment and communities stronger, all while inspiring their…

The 10-Year Honeymoon: Video Highlights from Our 7-continent Journey
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The 10-Year Honeymoon: Video Highlights from Our 7-continent Journey

January 22, 2022 marked TEN YEARS since we left on our HoneyTrek. It was supposed to be a one-year honeymoon to check off everything on our bucket list, but we quickly realized that’s not what it was about. It is about getting off that track, connecting with locals, and finding (and creating) the good in…

Sailing The Society Islands, French Polynesia
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Sailing The Society Islands, French Polynesia

The Society Islands…jagged mountains, white sand beaches, over-water bungalows, tropical forests, sounds of ukuleles, and scents of gardenia…it’s a honeymoon dreamland. But too often, couples fly from Tahiti to Bora Bora and miss the incredible islands in between! Keeping with the seafaring tradition of Polynesia, a small ship is hands down the best way to…

Best Winter Destinations: Where snow and ice is a good thing
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Best Winter Destinations: Where snow and ice is a good thing

If you can handle freezing temperatures, so much more of the year and world will open up to you. Put on the right gear and a snowy forest looks ideal for a hike, a glacier invites a climb, and an iceberg-filled lake inspires a kayak session. Cold is just a frame of mind, and those…

The Complete New Zealand South Island Road Trip Guide
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The Complete New Zealand South Island Road Trip Guide

The South Island was made for road trips. It has glaciers, fjords, volcanoes, vineyards, Lord of the Ring forests, impeccable roads, and very few people sharing it. With only one million inhabitants in a landmass the size of New York State, the South Island feels largely untouched and the ultimate place to connect with nature…

The Great New Zealand Campervan Adventure Begins!
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The Great New Zealand Campervan Adventure Begins!

Imagine arriving to the shore of a glacial lake, surrounded by yellow poplar trees and snow-capped mountains and saying, “We’re home.” This my friends, is campervanning in New Zealand, where each night you stop at an absurdly gorgeous place, make a home-cooked meal, open a bottle of Marlborough wine, and then wake up to a…

You Know You’re In Australia When
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You Know You’re In Australia When

Big, brash, beautiful, booming…Australia is larger than life. It feels like the USA on lots of levels but with an extra swagger in its step. They’ve largely descended from convicts, they live among the world’s deadliest animals, and their GDP has quadrupled since 2003…so they’re feelin baller. Then add in the world’s largest reef, the…

The Best of the Outback: Kakadu, Australia
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The Best of the Outback: Kakadu, Australia

Why come to Australia? If we had to choose one reason, we’d say The Outback. Sure, this country has gorgeous beaches, ancient forests, world-class cities, but this wild landscape and its cultural identity is so uniquely Australian, it can’t be found anywhere else in the world. The Outback by definition is the vast, remote, rugged,…

Road Trip to the World’s Oldest Rainforest
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Road Trip to the World’s Oldest Rainforest

Ten million years older than the Amazon, Daintree is the most ancient rainforest in the world. And if being 180 million years old wasn’t awesome enough, it grows along some of Australia’s finest beaches. Rainforest plus reef? Count us in! Now the question was how to to get there from Cairns. Bus, tour, rental car,…