With ancient temples, wild party beaches and delicious seafood, Cambodia has everything. If your planning a visit to this Southeast Asian country, we've got a perfect two week travel itinerary to help you start planning.
Vietnam is a country filled with delicious food, friendly people and a rich history. We spent a little over one month backpacking this action-packed nation. The itinerary below is a perfect guide from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City for anyone visiting Vietnam for the first time.
When we visited the Philippines, we had a long wish list of places to see and not nearly enough time. The rice terraces in Banaue were the last to be cut because we desperately wanted to see them, but it just seemed too difficult and confusing to get there. Our friend Noam is here to share his tips so you know exactly how to get to Banaue and what to do once you're there!
With green spaces, a merging of cultures and a charming mix of old and new, Istanbul quickly became one of our favorite big cities. We’ve put together a list of some of our favorite things we did in Istanbul, from the must-do activities that headline all guidebooks, to the lesser-known city secrets.
Dreaming of turquoise waters and white sand? Thailand is a beach destination not to be missed! We spent an amazing 2 weeks in the Thai islands and put together a complete itinerary with all the information you'll need to plan your very own beach getaway!
If you love waterfalls, hot springs, mountains, and the occasional (or frequent) cocktail, Pai is likely on your Thailand itinerary. We've put together a complete travel guide (including some lesser-known gems) with all the tips and things you need to know before heading to Pai town.
Seoul, South Korea is not like any other big city. There are so many unique and crazy fun things to do in Seoul that your whole weekend trip will be packed. Create your own tour of the city and see why this it's one of a kind. If your wondering what to do in Seoul, this is the list for you.
Japan is a country filled with contrasts between modern society and ancient traditions. We spent an action-packed 8-day trip traveling in Japan and experiencing this peaceful, yet chaotic country. The itinerary below is a perfect guide for anyone visiting Japan for the first time.
Follow our journey around Korea's famous Jeju island as we explore waterfalls, volcanic caves, and one erotic park full of penis statues. There are so many things to do in Jeju that your whole weekend trip will be packed!
This itinerary is an adaption of what we followed. We altered it a bit based on some things we would have changed, and came up with what we think is a pretty badass route for a first-time trip to the Philippines.
I’m just not good at choosing favorites. But if you were going to force me to choose just one place in the Philippines – like, gun to my head force me – I would have to say the very last island we visited during our trip was my favorite.
The primary reason most people visit the Philippines is for the beaches, and we were no exception. That said, there is far more to this diverse country than white sand and aqua waters and it would be a shame not to venture past the tourist spots.
I have been craving one last weekend spent outdoors before it gets too cold to leave the warmth of my apartment. After hearing about one such trip – a weekend of adventure caving, zip-lining, sky jumping, and bare-handed fishing –Ben and I were sold.
You know how there are some places you travel to and everything just clicks? People are friendly, the food is delicious, the weather is beautiful, and you just seem to be in the right place at the right time. That’s how our weekend in Busan was.
Set in a picture-perfect landscape of lush mountains streaked with waterfalls just three and a half hours from Quito, lies the small yet bustling town of Baños. Known for hot springs and adventure activities, Baños is on most travelers’ itineraries.