Follow one young Canadian as he sets off with his good friend on a backpacking adventure across Asia. From Japan to China the Philippines and more, don't miss this destination by destination account.
We’ve got an amazing team for this one. Scott Wilson, writer and host of the Gemini award-winning travel series Departures, videographer Andrew Sheppard, Ryan Edwardson on photography and Robert Brodey on writing, and photography.
Everest Photo Exhibition
Explore the legendary vistas and people of Everest—Earth's highest mountain. This incredible part of the Himalayas is filled with some of the most awe inspiring geography and has captivated the imagination of travellers for centuries.
Horseback Riding, River Rafting and Parasailing
opXpeditions Colombia heads on horseback across Colombia's Leyva Valley and then follows up Chicamocha River rafting and then some parasailing above Chicamocha Canyon. Whew.
I’ve heard so many horror stories about folks who sold their homes and cashed in all their chips to move to their dream “place in the sun,” only to realize they absolutely hated it and wanted to move back home again. So what do I look for when I’m evaluating my next possible temporary base? And how do I avoid spending a lot of money and ending up in a place I despise?
Everyone who travels fears losing their bags. It’s not an irrational fear. In 2012, U.S. carriers lost or damaged 1.8 million pieces of luggage. And that was only on domestic flights. Assuming that carrying checked baggage is unavoidable, there’s unfortunately not a great deal you can do to ensure that those bags actually do arrive but here are a couple of things that may help.
He’d always had a quickening of the heart when he crossed into Arizona and beheld the cactus country. This was as the desert should be, this was the desert of the picture books, with the land unrolled to the farthest distant horizon hills, with saguaro standing sentinel in their strange chessboard pattern, towering supinely above the fans of ocotillo and brushy mesquite.