Every year we put together our favorite gifts for travelers, adventurers, health nuts and fitness buffs–things we and our readers will love and use–and all 50 gifts are under $50! Bookmark this guide to make your holiday shopping easy as pie.
Handshakes: What’s the norm in your home country may feel like instinct when you travel abroad, but it’s important to be mindful of local customs. Thankfully, Expedia Canada created this handy guide to handshakes around the world so you can be prepared.
Many of us spend a lot of time and money searching for bras that fit comfortably with the right amount of support, only to look forward to taking them off at the end of the day. After Travel Well’s test of the adjustable Handful sports bra, for the first time in my life, I genuinely look forward to putting a bra ON. The Handful has become a wardrobe staple for 5 key reasons, and it just may become yours, too.
No matter what your feelings are on tiny home living, I think we can all agree that living with less meaningless crap and more of what makes us happy is a pretty good life goal, right? There are several principles to tiny living that we encourage, all of which can be used no matter how big your home is or how much you travel, to free up your space, mind and wallet for the things that truly matter to you.
Sydney, Australia is known for its rich beach culture. If you have yet to discover all the beaches this beautiful city has to offer, now’s a perfect time to start exploring with this guide from a Sydney local.
For people with disabilities and mobility issues, travel challenges are at the same time simpler and immensely more difficult than lost luggage and delayed flights: curbs and stairs, too-narrow doorways, and non-adapted bathrooms can all quickly derail a trip. Much of the world was not built with wheelchairs and diverse abilities in mind, but thankfully that is changing. Today, spectacular destinations on every continent offer more accessible features than ever before, such as ramps, adapted restrooms, accessible transportation, elevators and roll-in entryways. This infographic from Burning Heights highlights five such cities and accessible destinations and accommodations in each.
While most travelers worry about unexpected costs, missed trains and cancelled flights, Srin Madipalli has bigger challenges to face, like how to get into buildings and through airport security. Srin has Spinal Muscular Atrophy (or SMA), a genetic disorder that impairs movement and requires him to use a motorized wheelchair. A six-month excursion opened his eyes to how difficult it was to find information on accessible transportation and accommodations, so he’s set out to fix that with Accomable.com.
Bookmark this soundtrack of 20 classic road trip songs for your next long drive.
The LifeStraw water filter provided by Eartheasy is a sustainable solution for travelers, hikers, and nearly everyone without access to safe drinking water. But does it live up to the hype?
While Australia may be known for surfing, there are plenty of other outdoor activities to enjoy here, including these top six from guest author Roxana Oliver.
Cason is somewhat terrified of being alone. So she packed a backpack, a rolling carry-on, and a bright blue suitcase and moved to the other side of the world to discover what being alone truly meant to her.
One of the first things you’ll notice about Polly Crathorne is her big smile. After that you’ll probably notice the ease of the conversation and her general easy-going attitude. You may even take note of her affinity for funky patterned fabrics. What you probably won’t pick up on is that sitting across from you is the first woman and youngest person to kite across the English Channel. Crathorne is a professional kite surfer who currently holds four kiting world records. She has travelled to 25 different countries and is attending university as a full time student.
And she is only 21 years old.
It’s easy to underestimate the power of language – the power of being able to understand someone, or the powerlessness of not being understood. Travel Well intern Megan realized this power while studying abroad in Berlin, Germany.
During the holiday season, it’s more important than ever to be conscious of where we shop and what we buy. That’s why every year we put together a list of our favorite things that match our mission of health and sustainability for people and the world we explore. This year we’ve curated 40+ products we love that are good for you, good for the planet and good for communities in need.
What do we expect from Berlin? How do you distill down a city that’s constantly changing? For the past few years, Berlin’s slogan has been “poor but sexy,” but as the next era of changes hit the city, the nickname might no longer fit.
Finding famous places in Berlin is made easy by an abundance of guidebooks, tourism websites and blogs dedicated to navigating the city. However, figuring out where you’ll spend time before, afterwards, and in-between is often more difficult than it seems. This guide seeks to make it easier — while making it taste really good, too. That is, if you like coffee.
Travel Well intern Cason explores Auckland City, NZ through its markets, discovering fresh produce, artisans’ crafts, fresh-caught seafood and more.
When Kari Gran approached Travel Well to test its cleansing oil, hydrating tonic and essential serum travel set, its eco-friendly packaging and organic ingredients persuaded me to give it a go. Find out why I loved it.