When most people think of Bagan they probably only think of the hot air balloons soaring gracefully over the ancient pagodas as the sun rises, but the reality (for us photographers anyway) was being in a near-constant state of anxiety as we raced around the ruins trying to figure out the best spots that would... Continue Reading →
Climbing Adam's Peak for sunrise is as popular an activity as riding the famous train from Kandy to Ella or going on an elephant safari. One of those "must-do" activities that everybody raves about, you can't miss it, the best thing they did in Sri Lanka, blah blah blah. I'm a sucker for these kinds... Continue Reading →
Sigiriya is a small town a few hours north of Kandy, home to an ancient fortress on top of the 200m tall Sigiriya Rock, also known as Lion Rock. It's become one of the main tourist attractions in Sri Lanka, and it's worth a visit on your Sri Lankan adventure if you like big rocks... Continue Reading →
Sossusvlei is one of the top natural atractions in Namibia, and for good reason. Here you will find towering red and white sand dunes, the winding Sesriem Canyon and the famous Deadvlei.
If you can put up with a heavy pack and a lot of heat then this two-day adventure will be worth the pain. It's volcano boarding down the youngest volcano in Nicaragua, camping under a giant sinkhole on Volcan El Hoyo, watching the sunrise over Volcan Managua and swimming in Laguna Asososca. We booked with... Continue Reading →