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5 Best Treks In Argentina’s Trekking Capital, El Chaltén

BY JERRY ALONZO LEON Argentina’s Trekking Capital Travelers who know about trekking will undoubtedly know about El Chaltén. Located 220km north of El Calafate, El Chaltén was founded on October 12th 1985 by decree of the Argentine government, with the purpose of establishing a human settlement to offset territorial disputes with neighboring Chile. A member […]

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This Luxurious Hanging Lodge Is Ideal For Adrenaline Junkies

BY TEAM JST YouTube Maybe your trip to Cuzco isn’t jam-packed with enough adventure. If so, then you’ve gotta check out this luxurious hanging lodge! SEE ALSO: A Guide for the Inca Trail: Necessities and Advice for a 49k Hike to Machu Picchu Home of the famous Machu Picchu, Cuzco’s Sacred Valley boasts the Skylodge Adventures Suites which requires […]

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Inside The Hidden Treasure of Dalmatia: Krka National Park

BY ZUZANA GIERTLOVA  Every summer, the Adriatic coast draws hordes of sunbathing beach potatoes from Europe. While the rugged beauty of the rocky Croatian beaches cannot be underrated, the more active (or sun-sensitive) vacationer should seek out the shadowy requiescence of Krka National Park, located in central Dalmatia. About 20 minutes from the coastal town, […]

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What It’s Like Taking A Tuk Tuk To Kuang Si Falls In Laos

BY LOUIS ALCORN One sweltering morning in March, I woke up in Luang Prabang, a UNESCO World Heritage village that survived the Vietnam War airstrikes in the Democratic Republic of Laos. After lathering our bodies thick with a Laotian chemical concoction said to be good for warding off mosquitoes, we traipsed on down to the […]

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Cliff Jumping

How To Jump Off A Cliff Like A Boss

BY ALYSSA RAMOS Nothing is more embarrassing or painful than jumping off a cliff the wrong way. Skin gets slapped against flat surfaces, water goes up in places you do not want it to ever be, and that awesome SloMo video you were anticipating looks more like a National Geographic documentary on a featherless baby […]

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10 Incredible Facts You Never Knew About Glacier Perito Moreno!

BY JERRY ALONZO LEON Los Glaciares National Park (Parque Nacional Los Glaciares) is home to one of Patagonia’s greatest marvels: Glacier Perito Moreno. Located in El Calafate, Argentina, the glacier is considered by many to be the 8th natural wonder of the world. A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1981, the park draws nearly one […]

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What’s It Like Climbing An Abandoned Skyscraper In Bangkok

BY LOUIS ALCORN   Sitting alone in Bangkok, sipping on a quail egg noodle soup concoction that I’d acquired from the young lady cooking on the street beside my hostel, I wondered what I should do to fill the time of my last few hours in Asia before heading back to the States. I’d spent […]

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