Travel Blog

  • 24 Hours in Paris, France
    Next up in our “24 Hours” series is the famous city of love, Paris. While I think we could all agree that only 24 hours here is nowhere near enough time, sometimes that’s all we get! Considering Charles-de-Gaulle (CDG) airport is one […]
  • Eco-Tourism: Regenerative Travel
    Sustainable travel and eco-tourism have been taking the travel industry by storm for quitesome time. While sustainability addresses the question of moving through the world responsiblyand lessening our environmental impacts, it doesn’t fully address the idea of leaving a spacebetter than we […]
  • East Coast Mountain Tour
    When planning a hiking trip in the northern hemisphere, it’s not uncommon to immediately think of going out west for the wonder of the Rockies. Known as one of the largest mountain systems in the northern hemisphere, the Rockies can take you […]
  • Tour Maine’s Top Five Beaches
    Planning a trip to Maine means mapping out delectable seafood spots, brewery tours and endless beach days. With so many options, choosing the perfect beach town and making an itinerary can feel a little daunting. With that being said, the following article […]
  • Greek Island Hopping
    Greece is one of the most idyllic countries in the world, making it the ultimate destination for just about anybody! Whether you’re looking for a romantic island for your honeymoon, a beach club for partying or old cobblestone streets to get lost […]
  • 10 Commonly Forgotten Travel Items
    Have you ever gotten off the plane, and entered your hotel room, only to realize that you forgot that one thing you swore you wouldn’t forget? Trust me, we’ve all been there! We’re all human and packing faux-pas’ are going to happen! […]
  • Labor Day Celebrations Across North America
    Labor day is a statutory holiday celebrated on the first Monday of September throughout Canada and the US. While the rest of the world celebrates it at the beginning of May, we are the only two countries that celebrate in September! Let’s […]
  • The Perfect Vermont Weekend
    When booking weekend getaways, many of us stick to traveling within our own province or state… Sometimes mistaking familiarity with proximity, and as a result, overlooking destinations with so much to offer. With that being said, I ventured to Vermont for a […]
  • Destinations to Keep Cool This Summer
    With the end of the summer fast approaching, temperatures are not decreasing…though, our tolerance for them may be. So whether you’ve spent the summer bathing in the sun and need a brief getaway from the scorching heat, or you’ve managed to stow […]
  • Mauritius Travel Guide
    While travellers flock to the sandy beaches of Cuba, Mexico and Hawaii year-round, this stunning island is often overlooked when it comes to booking a tropical escape. Mauritius is an Indian Ocean island, once home to the extinct Dodo bird, and is […]
  • Best Activities to Beat the Heat
    No matter where you live, I’m sure you’ve experienced a wicked heat wave! If you’re anything like me, you’re probably praying for the heat to arrive all year long, and then as soon as it’s a little too hot —boom, it’s the […]
  • The Benefits of Booking a Hostel
    When the time comes to book accommodations abroad, hostels aren’t always at the forefront of everyone’s mind. Due to concerns about cleanliness, safety and privacy, some travelers prefer hotel rooms and Airbnb bookings over staying in communal rooms. However, this can come […]
  • How to be a Sustainable Camper Part 2
    In the first article of the Sustainable Camper series, we spoke about the ways that choosing eco-friendly products, managing all kinds of waste while camping, picking the right location and re-using gear can help us camp sustainably. Seeing as how there are […]
  • Unique Accommodations: Earthship Edition
    With sites like Airbnb having a variety of accommodation options, booking your stay can become a part of the main attraction when traveling. While hotels and motels certainly have their own charm and appeal, finding unique accommodations can really go a long […]
  • Iconic Desserts Around the World Part 2
    While some travellers organize their schedules around historical and cultural tours, others take to the Zagat guide. Although there is much to learn from the former, any true foodie can attest to the fact that each country’s staple ingredients, spices, tools and […]
  • 24 Hours in Bordeaux, France
    Welcome to a new series! In this series, we’ll describe the must-see sights, must-do activities and must-eats if you only have 24 hours in one city. Whether it’s a quick trip or an extra-long layover, all your basics are covered with this […]
  • How to Pack the Perfect Carry-on
    We all know that packing isn’t as easy as it looks — well, efficient and organized packing anyway. Packing a carry-on suitcase is significantly trickier. Making sure you have all your essentials and valuables on hand, and that none of your liquids […]
  • Active Travel Destinations: Water Sports Edition
    The first article in the active travel destination series took us to the tops of mountains across the globe, thousands of meters above sea level. By hand and foot, we’ve scaled their rocky terrain and developed our sense of adventure. However, all […]
  • Eat, Pray, Love travel Guide
    In 2006, Elizabeth Gilbert’s memoir touched the hearts of travellers and lovers around the world. Throughout the book, Gilbert takes readers onto planes and buses, immersing them in the beautiful landscapes of Italy, India and Indonesia. Each segment tells a story of […]
  • Iconic Desserts Around the World
    As any true foodie would agree, one of the best parts about traveling is experiencing different delicacies and cuisine worldwide. For those with a keen eye and palate, there is much to learn and appreciate from every culture’s staple ingredients, spices, tools […]