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How to Pack Smart For a Backpacking Adventure Through Asia

27 Feb , 2017  

Backpacking through Asia should be a life changing experience, but if you don’t pack accordingly it might change your mood and physical well-being and simply make you switch your holiday plans. Travelers all around the world have their own idea of what the essentials are, and it’s usually a bit different from person to person. […]

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1-Day Guide to 11 National Parks in Europe [Infographic]

7 Dec , 2016  

Drawn into its lively cities, one may often forget that Europe has a wild, pristine side as well. Today’s infographic is about discovering those special places beckoning for your “escape”. Did you know that Europe has no less than 500 national parks? From Oulanka in Russia to Peneda Geres National Park in Portugal, this graphic pins […]

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Tips & Tricks

Sunda, ‘The Most Versatile Tent You Let Your Wild Eyes On’

22 Oct , 2016  

Today we decided to share with you a project named Sunda, a versatile tent and hammock discovered on Kickstarter . We have to say we are big fans of Kickstarter not only for promoting some of the most creative projects around the world, but also for its mission to bring in the spotlight innovative ideas […]

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50 Essential Backpacking Tips [Infographic]

14 Sep , 2016  

Hitting the wilderness for some serious walking is a great way to tone the body and sooth the soul. Yes, life can be simpler out in the wild, but with simple pleasures come simple dangers – and, to be less dramatic for a moment, simple discomforts. For example, there’s a right and a wrong way […]

Tips & Tricks, Travel Inspired

1-Day Guide to 12 National Parks in the USA [Video]

12 Jul , 2016  

Did you know there are no less than 58 National Parks in the USA? We covered some of them on Tourism on the Edge in previous posts, enough to give you an idea of their singular and fascinating character. We were happy to discover this video, which brakes down 12 of the best options to […]

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GoTicket Search Platform Helps Travel the U.S. by Train or Bus

17 Jun , 2016  

Tourism on the Edge is always on the lookout for hidden travel gems and places of profound beauty. But we also cherish memorable experiences on the road, which makes us fans of “slow travel”. Today’s post goes out to those discovering the USA; to those who like to stop and admire colorful fields and farmlands, […]

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Europe, Tips & Tricks, Travel Inspired

9 Engaging Things to do in Porto on a Budget

12 Apr , 2016  

One month of living in Porto (Portugal) is enough to make you nostalgic for life. This city is both bohemian and hard working, imposing, yet extremely friendly. If you are planning a trip to Porto, consider yourself lucky: you are in for a treat. To make things easier, we listed a few things you can […]

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People, Travel Inspired

“Zigzagging Through Romania”, an Inspiring Travel Project [Videos]

21 Feb , 2016  

If you are lucky enough, you can make a traveler fall in love with a new place by sharing a good story with him or her, or by revealing a single mind-blowing photo. But what if you could do something to capture the essence of an entire country, during a single trip? Perhaps a complex puzzle that is built […]

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Travel Inspired, Travel Journals

Submit Your Travel Journal!

1 Feb , 2016  

Sometimes being a traveler is hard work and we are well aware of the following: all the time you put in for finding a decent map, all the calculations needed to prepare just the right amount of clothes, all the small accessories your back can support, all the strange noises coming from outside tents, how wet a […]

Travel Journals

Exploring Bali Like a Digital Nomad [Video]

25 Nov , 2015  

Meet Jacob Laukaitis. In the past 2 years he has traveled to more than 30 countries around the world and he is not stepping down anytime soon. He is able to live like this, because he is a digital nomad – meaning that as long as he has his computer and a Wi-Fi connection, he […]

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Six Websites That Will Help You Find Free Accommodation

25 Aug , 2015  

After your flights, your accommodation is going to be the next biggest travel expense, and if you’re not an experienced budget traveler, they can easily cost you just as much as your airline ticket, if not more. Luckily, there are plenty of websites that can assist you with cheap itineraries. LifeHacker explains that searching for […]

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The Pilgreens: Eco Traveling From Bangkok to Toulouse in an Electric Tuk tuk

18 Aug , 2015  

The quest: 20,000 km  –  120 days  –  16 countries  –  3 friends – 3 wheels  –  2 electric batteries  –  1 solar panel Today we want to share with you this daring idea that came from 3 adventurous students: to  travel from Bangkok to Toulouse in an electric vehicle (Tuk tuk) to promote eco traveling […]

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What You Need To Know Before Your First Desert Hike

28 Feb , 2015  

Don’t take any desert hike lightly: you may have to negotiate tough and unforgiving terrains, dangerous plants and reptiles, and the extreme isolation in the energy-sapping heat of the desert. To the untrained eye the desert may seem nothing more than a vast piece of land covered in sand. However, for those who love exploring […]

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John & Wolf: A Man And a Dog Discovering The United States

7 Jan , 2015  

“Dogs are our link to paradise. They don’t know evil or jealousy or discontent. To sit with a dog on a hillside on a glorious afternoon is to be back in Eden, where doing nothing was not boring–it was peace.” ― Milan Kundera Maybe John Stortz feels the same regarding this odyssey that he started […]

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James Asquith, the Youngest Person to Visit Every Country on Earth

16 Oct , 2013  

Hats off to James Asquith, officially the youngest person who visited every country on the Globe. It took James five years and £125,000 to achieve the ultimate round-the-world travel dream, founded by part-time jobs he had been having since the age of 16, including working in hostels in far away places. Unlike most RTW travelers, […]

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