Takakkaw Waterfalls And The Whiskey Jack Wilderness Hostel

Takakkaw Waterfalls And The Whiskey Jack Wilderness Hostel

Solo adventures in pristine destinations. That is a win-win if you ask me. There is nothing like being disconnected from the world, and totally immersed and connected to nature. That is where ultimate recharging happens. High heeled in the city and barefoot in the bush. Plus taking myself on the best 'me time' dates ever [...]

Top 5 Free Sights To See On The Icefields Parkway

Top 5 Free Sights To See On The Icefields Parkway

The Icefields Parkway is labelled one of the most scenic drives in the world, and for a very good reason. While cruising along it you will be immersed in dazzling scenery the entire way. From beginning to end, you will never in your life forget the feast that your eyes indulged in. From all the [...]

A Healing Soak in a Volcanic Mud Bath In Columbia

A Healing Soak in a Volcanic Mud Bath In Columbia

Lying on the top of a mud volcano soaking the soothing minerals of the earth, was by far one of my most memorable travel moments. While I was in Cartegena, Columbia, I had heard about this active mud volcano called the Totumo Mud Volcano, which was located approximately 50km away in an area. Having no [...]

7 Reasons To Visit Kananaskis Lodge

7 Reasons To Visit Kananaskis Lodge

If you want to take a short trip from Calgary and immerse yourself in an awe-inspiring beauty that can help make you feel totally disconnected from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, then Kananaskis Country is the destination for you. As you drive into the mountain range that engulfs the Kananaskis Country area, you [...]

Spring At Emerald Lake, Yoho National Park

Spring At Emerald Lake, Yoho National Park

Emerald Lake, in Yoho National Park, is a classic beauty. Discovered accidentally over 100 years ago by a famous European mountain guide named Tom Wilson, while he was searching for his horses who went astray. It is a destination that will never cease to impress you with its natural splendours. With spring having arrived, things [...]

10 Truths About Solo Travel

10 Truths About Solo Travel

Discovering new destinations and far-off lands. Immersing yourself in a totally new culture and language. Living every day as the new adventure that it is. All while on your own terms, on your own journey of discovery, which doesn't only mean places, but it also means of 'Self'. That is what solo travel is all [...]

A scenic helicopter flight over Montserrat Island and the active Soufriere Hills Volcano

A scenic helicopter flight over Montserrat Island and the active Soufriere Hills Volcano

If you are looking for a must see unique experience, you, one that will leave an imprint on your mind - then a stunning and very scenic helicopter ride over Montserrat island to see an aerial view of the active Soufriere Hills volcano, and the now desolate city of Plymouth that was destroyed in its furry [...]

A day of rain forest and suspension bridge adventures in Vancouver

A day of rain forest and suspension bridge adventures in Vancouver

It's so funny how you can visit a place numerous times in your life and always miss out on one of the coolest places to visit while your there. Seriously I wonder how on earth it took me so long to go and check out the Capilano suspension bridge park?! I was in Vancouver and [...]

Winter hiking around Johnston’s Canyon in Banff National Park

Winter hiking around Johnston’s Canyon in Banff National Park

So it's no secret that I am always up for an adventure. Rain or shine, snow or ice, if adventure is the name then partaking is my game. More often then not, I end up on a spontaneous adventure when I am not really prepared at all. Finally this time around, I knew I would [...]

My Experience Traveling Egypt As A Solo Female

My Experience Traveling Egypt As A Solo Female

History, pyramids, desert, camels, perfumed oils, sheesha, tea and yummy food you eat with your hands. Those are just a few of the amazing things Egypt has on offer. It is a land full of wonders, rich in history and holds a very real energy that one can feel almost pulsing out of the land. [...]