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Congo and DRC

What's the difference? These countries may sound alike in name, but the resemblance stops there. While geographers resort to political names, locals refer to the...

Rad Season | Events, Music, Sports and more

Rad Season is a platform that connects people with amazing events, tix, insurance and more. Founder Oli Russell-Cowan gives us the skinny. Your platform includes...

56 Essential resources for high-risk travel

Every journey starts with the first step. And if you’re heading to a high-risk or off-the-beaten-track destination, that first step should always be research. But...

Travel medical and crisis response | A global safety net

Heading into the unknown is not something you take lightly. Does your insurance? But for every plan and checklist you create, a dozen unexpected crises...

Very Hungry Nomads | Conquering the world, one meal at a time

Travel broadens the mind, they say. But if culinary delights are your motivation for hitting the road, it’s the waistband you may need to...

Your guide to the best intrepid travel destinations for 2020

Every travel mag worth a damn has been publishing its own must-see destinations in 2020 to round out the year.

10 great gifts for travellers

What to give the adventurous traveller in your life? If you're reading this, it's probably not a neck pillow, a designer passport cover or...

Around the world in (not-quite) 80 ways with Torbjørn C. Pedersen

So far, he’s ticked off 189 nations (with only 14 to go) through a combination of boats, buses, cars and trains.

Nomad List | your new digs, at a glance

cunching over 1 million data points a second, Nomad List ranks 2500+ destinations around the world.

The most daring real-life tales of survival

Surviving for multiple days or even weeks in a remote and unforgiving environment takes serious expertise.

Postcard Nicaragua

battleface talks to Michelle Bartolo, a business director, yoga professional, founder of the anti-litter NGO ‘That’s Rubbish,’ Surf Rider Foundation activist and Red Cross...

How a little language goes a long way

The humble tourism phrasebook seems a little passé these days, don’t you think?
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