Just outside of Chiang Mai, Thailand lies a unique water park called Grand Canyon Water Park. It is not your traditional water park. It is an old limestone quarry that has been filled with water. The water park offers a floating aqua park, kayaking, ziplining, floating trampolines, wakeboarding and much more!
When visiting Chiang Mai, Thailand, you will be tempted to visit an elephant sanctuary. There are advertisements and fliers posted all over for them, and, elephants are awesome, so why not book a tour and meet some? In recent years, it seems as though more and more "elephant sanctuaries" are popping up looking to make some money off the tourists who want to interact with elephants for the day. Not all elephant sanctuaries are created equally. But it is important to do some research before selecting the right sanctuary. In this post I will explain how to choose a reputable elephant sanctuary, the costs, tour options, where they get their elephants from and our experience with the elephant sanctuary we choose in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
For years I traveled internationally with the bank account that I grew up with, just a standard national US bank. While traveling internationally I would get locked out of my account countless times and have to spend forever on hold trying to get access to my account again. The bank account had crazy high bank fees for trying to withdrawal money internationally and did not even reimburse me for the ATM fee. I was spending a ton of money to just have access to my money abroad. While I was planning my most recent, big international trip, I decided I had enough of trying to deal with the nonsense and switched to Charles Schwab. This is hands-down the best bank there is for travelers.
Taking cooking classes while traveling are a great way to learn more about a culture and try some new cuisines. While we visited Chiang Mai, Thailand we choose to take Cookventure's cooking class and had the best time.
Avoiding plastic and waste when traveling can be very tricky, but why should the environment have to suffer because we want to see the world? With these sustainable products, hopefully you can say no to a few more plastic items while you travel.
In New Zealand, there are endless outdoor activities to do. You can choose from expensive extreme sports like skydiving to free activities like hiking through their pristine forests and mountains. One of our favorite outdoor activities that we did on our camper van road trip through New Zealand was going white water rafting! This white …
New Zealand is an outdoor person's dream. You can go trekking for days in pristine, stunning mountains. Renting a campervan for your visit to New Zealand means your days will be spent outside, enjoying the beautiful country. The best thing about New Zealand is it is filled with gorgeous campsites at reasonable prices.