Osa Peninsula: Costa Rica’s Most Romantic & Sustainable Getaway
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Osa Peninsula: Costa Rica’s Most Romantic & Sustainable Getaway

Continuing our quest for the world’s most romantic and sustainable destinations, we reach the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica. The country itself is a shoe-in for its progressive environmental policies, with 25% of their land protected as nature reserves, 53% of the country covered in forest (after a decades-long reforestation effort) and 99% renewable energy. Costa…

National Parks Grand Circle Road Trip
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National Parks Grand Circle Road Trip

The Grand Circle road trip is like wrapping the best of the Southwest’s national park system up in a bow. Ancient volcanic mountains, protruding plateaus and buttes, and deeply carved canyons reveal themselves in a rainbow of colors. Civilizations dating back thousands of years, followed by the Navajo, Apache, Spanish, Mormons, crystal readers, and adrenaline…

Our Top 10 Glamping Destinations Under $150
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Our Top 10 Glamping Destinations Under $150

You don’t have to be Prince Harry on honeymoon to afford unforgettable glamping destinations. To research our new book, Comfortably Wild, we spent three years, traveling 73,000 miles across 9 countries in search of the best glamping destinations in North America. Even after staying at Relais & Châteaux treehouses and Forbes Five-Star Ranches, some of…

Comfortably Wild: Our Glamping Book!
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Comfortably Wild: Our Glamping Book!

In our ten years traveling around the world on our HoneyTrek, we’ve slept everywhere from camping tents in the Andes to five-star hotels in Zambia and we can say with certainty, glamping is our favorite style of lodging. Because it’s not just a place to lay your head, it’s an experience. River rafting between luxury…

Wisconsin Road Trip: Celebrating Our 50th State!
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Wisconsin Road Trip: Celebrating Our 50th State!

After 3.5 years and 74,000 miles of road tripping around North America, we’ve reached our 50th State! We started this grand USA road trip in April 2017, ventured everywhere from the Arctic Circle to the Florida Keys, and have finally made it to the Great Lakes state of Wisconsin! With Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, and…

RVing Baja, Mexico: Road Trip to Paradise
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RVing Baja, Mexico: Road Trip to Paradise

Flanked by the big surf of the Pacific ocean and the tranquil Sea of Cortez, with three mountain ranges and a cactus-studded desert running up the middle, Baja is what camper dreams are made of! With basically one main road escorting you to the big highlights and a few dozen spurs into unspoiled wilderness, it’s…

2019 Year in Review & 2020 Preview
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2019 Year in Review & 2020 Preview

Road tripping 22,036 miles around North America, hiking 20 national parks, housesitting 37 pets, backpacking 4 European countries, donating $720 to local non-profits, and publishing a 256-page coffee table book…2019 was a mover and a shaker! Considering Buddy the Camper had already traversed the continental divide, summited 10,000-foot mountain passes, and off-roaded his way across…

Exploring Wild Sweden
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Exploring Wild Sweden

In Sweden, it is your “Right to Roam.” Hiking, biking, canoeing, camping (even on private land) is your constitutional right as a Swede or even a visitor, as long as you follow a few common-sense rules and utter respect for the land. This concept (Allemansrätt in Swedish) seemed unbelievable at first, but after spending five…

The Ultimate Oregon Road Trip: The Cascades
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The Ultimate Oregon Road Trip: The Cascades

Everyone knows about iconic U.S. road trips like the Pacific Coast Highway or Route 66, but hugging the curves of the Cascade Range? This has been one of our favorite legs on our 8,000 mile journey across the States. Within the Pacific Ring of Fire and running from Northern California to southern British Columbia, this…

Colorado Road Trip: Best of The Rockies
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Colorado Road Trip: Best of The Rockies

Who’s got a friend who moved to Colorado recently? Just about everyone…because it’s awesome. It’s a state where mountains erupt from the earth with red cliffs, snowy peaks, and sand dunes. Cities are as cosmopolitan as they are granola, with bankers leaving work early to hit the mountain bike trails and farm-to-table waiters serving to…

2019 Preview & 2018 Travel Year in Review
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2019 Preview & 2018 Travel Year in Review

When you move almost every day, you cover a lot of ground in a year…like 17,756 miles by car alone. We traveled at a crazy pace in 2018, but the camper inspires us to keep on rolling because there is always another national park, ski village, beach town, monument, honkeytonk, or good friend just around…