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Find Adventure Thrills in Park City Utah

Park City Utah

Park City, Utah offers adventure and relaxation for all the family. Park City is one of three resorts in the area -  Canyons, Park City Mountain Resort, or Deer Valley Resort. All of the regional resorts are all situated in close proximity and offer a … Continue reading →

The Adventure Travelers Guide to Bali in Indonesia

Visit Bali in Indonesia

If you’ve never been to Bali in Indonesia then you owe it to yourself to visit the island which, according to many frequent visitors, is one of the most peaceful and beautiful to be found anywhere on the planet. It’s also been remarked that the … Continue reading →

The Rickshaw Challenge – Drive a Auto Rickshaw Across India

Rickshaw Challenge

The Rickshaw Challenge was conceived in 2006 by Aravind Bremanandam, from Tamil Nadu in India. Aravind’s passion for motor cars and driving led him to setup the challenge of driving Rickshaws across several exciting routes through the cities and countryside of India.

Essential Tips For a Smooth Road Trip

Road Trip Planning

Many travelers find the open road thrilling, the enthralling experience of driving across a vast open expanse of road while just stopping occasionally for fuel and rest. No matter what the route there are six things that a driver can do to make your road … Continue reading →

Sun, Scenery, and Culture Combined: Five Unique Travel Destinations

Tasmania Big Wave Season

That wonderful time of year has arrived again. You have endured months of hard work and now you can start thinking planning a trip, that blissful escape from your everyday working routine. All you know is you want some relaxation, some beautiful scenery, some real … Continue reading →

Top Safari Destinations in Botswana, Experience the Game Reserves

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Botswana is a remarkable part of Africa and a must see destination for adventure travelers seeking something fresh, engaging and inspirational. What are the top five places to see in Botswana and why are they worth visiting? Globetrooper takes a in depth look. Botswana which … Continue reading →

Reaching for the Frontier in Papua New Guinea

Adventure Travel in Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea, certainly one of the last great areas of land on Earth to remain partially unexplored; this remarkable remote landscape still remains a place of great wonder and deep mystery. Exotic birds, plant life and rare animals, unique extraordinary art and languages and … Continue reading →

When It’s Time to Return Home

Return Home to Australia

Lauren and I are both from Australia. It’s the place we call home. Yet we’ve seen less of Australia than most people we meet abroad. We hear all sorts of tales about the outback and rain-forests, but we just can’t relate. The funny thing is … Continue reading →

A Day in the Florida Keys

Experience the Florida Keys

The Florida Keys can be found lying at the southern most point of the United States and surrounded on all sides by the Atlantic Ocean, this 100-mile island chain of the Florida Keys offers a wealth of tropical vacation and adventure travel opportunities that offer … Continue reading →

Rowing the Atlantic

Row the Atlantic Ocean

Ocean rowing requires incredible mental fortitude and determination. Being woken up at 3am in the morning for yet another two hour shift on the oars slowly wears you down. You have to be prepared to deal with sea sickness, salt sores, blisters, and delirium. It is, therefore, … Continue reading →

Round-the-World is the New Black

RTW Travel

Globetrooper is evolving. What was once “a place for people to build trips and travel together” is now also “a place for people to publish their travel plans and coordinate to meet up”. We think this is a great idea. Instead of spending an entire trip … Continue reading →

Treating Travel-Related Stomach Illness

Travel Stomach Illness

When travelling to developing countries, you’re bound to experience stomach illness unless you’re impossibly strict with hygiene. Even then, food poisoning and airborne viruses can circumvent your best laid plans. Rather than harp on about hygiene, I want to research and discuss treatment. After all, … Continue reading →

Early Journal Entries from the Gobi Desert

Gobi 2011 Expedition

Over the last two weeks since the Gobi 2011 Expedition ended, I’ve been trying to regain normalcy but also some closure. I know I have finished the trek but I feel like I haven’t completed the whole journey yet. So today I went back to … Continue reading →