|Filed Under:||Lifestyle / Travel|
|Posts on Regator:||3009|
|Posts / Week:||6.1|
|Archived Since:||June 9, 2008|
Trailfoody delivers trail-friendly snack foods to your door each month. If you like snacks and the great outdoors, this is the subscription box for you. The post Trailfoody Is the Subscription Snack Box You Never Knew You Needed appeared first on Vagabondish.
Oh, Quebec. Je t’aime. Both the province of Quebec — and Quebec City, in particular — will always have a special place in my heart. It was the site of my first-ever international trip in high school, and where my paternal grandmother grew up on a rural farm without electricity many, many decades ago. Show More Summary
The SpiderLight Backpaker Kit is designed to secure your camera tightly to your body, whether on your belt, backpack strap, or messenger bag. The post “Wear” Your Photography Gear Mission Impossible-style with the SpiderLight Backpacker Kit appeared first on Vagabondish.
The TomTom Spark 3 Cardio + Music is a next-level fitness tracker with a host of bells and whistles designed for adventure travelers. The post TomTom Spark 3: A Next-level Fitness Tracker for Adventurous Travelers appeared first on Vagabondish.
Luminoodle Color string lights add fun, practical lighting, and (wait for it …) color to your car camping or tent setup. The post Baby, Baby, Baby, Light My Way: Car Camping With the Luminoodle Color appeared first on Vagabondish.
All of Egypt in one week? It was an ambitious plan, but it's exactly what Lady Egypt Tours promised on our recent tour of the country. The post Best of Egypt: How to Explore 5,000 Years of Egyptian History in Just 7 Days appeared first on Vagabondish.
I spend half my life in Central America, Mexico, and the Caribbean. So, I’m somewhat of an expert on how to eat and drink in questionable places without getting sick. In particular, I’ve learned the best ways to purify water while traveling. Show More Summary
There's something about the simplicity and pure, childlike joy of sleeping in a treehouse that Kelsey and I will never outgrow. The post Crashing at Chattanooga’s One-of-a-kind Dove Men+Care Elements Treehouse appeared first on Vagabondish.
Sometimes travel can be dull. Here are our favorite travel games to help pass the time when you only have your fellow travelers for entertainment. The post 5 Travel Games for the Road, the Flight, and Beyond appeared first on Vagabondish.
Monthly subscription boxes are all the rage right now, but Cairn is the go-to gift for outdoor and nature loving gearheads. The post Cairn Subscription Box: Like a Monthly Surprise Basket of Killer Outdoor Gear appeared first on Vagabondish.
You'll spend up to half your vacation sleeping. Here's how to be sure you get every precious hour of sleep in your hotel room. The post Can’t Sleep in Hotel Rooms? Here’s How to Turn Yours Into a Fortress of Solitude appeared first on Vagabondish.
Join Vagabondish on Twitter and Facebook. Hylete's Icon 6-in-1 Backpack is the perfect backpack for anyone: a versatile jack-of-all-trades, and a master of them all too. The post Hylete 6-in-1 Backpack Is a Jack-of-all-trades … and Master of Them Too appeared first on Vagabondish.
Join Vagabondish on Twitter and Facebook. It may be almost $90, but considering the Travelsafe 12L is damn near bulletproof, we think it's the best portable travel safe you can buy. The post This Clever Portable Travel Safe Keeps Your Valuables Safe on the Road appeared first on Vagabondish.
Join Vagabondish on Twitter and Facebook. Amanda Kendle shares her favorite questions for the curious traveler to ask to learn more about a new destination. The post Curious Travel: 8 Essential Questions to Ask in Every New Place appeared first on Vagabondish.
Join Vagabondish on Twitter and Facebook. The clever clip-on design and solid photo quality of Pixter’s smartphone lenses are well worth the $55 price tag for novices and pros alike. The post Pixter’s Clip-on Pro Lenses Are Designed to Go Anywhere, on Any Smartphone appeared first on Vagabondish.
Join Vagabondish on Twitter and Facebook. Mastering the fine art of haggling is an essential skill for any long-term traveler. The post How to Master the Fine Art of Haggling appeared first on Vagabondish.
Join Vagabondish on Twitter and Facebook. Just because you're flying "cattle class" doesn't mean it has to feel like it. Pack an iPad, some tiny booze bottles, and popcorn and fly like a rock star. The post 7 Ways to Fake a First Class Experience in Economy appeared first on Vagabondish.
Join Vagabondish on Twitter and Facebook. CEP Compression's merino socks help you regain your power from nature, whether for post-workout recovery, daily use, or long-haul travel. The post Why You Need These Socks for Your Next Long-haul Flight appeared first on Vagabondish.
Join Vagabondish on Twitter and Facebook. Everything solo female travelers need to know — from clothing to customs to safety — for an unforgettable trip to the land of the Pharaohs. The post The Adventurous Gal’s Travel Guide to Staying Safe, Sane, and Comfortable in Egypt appeared first on Vagabondish.
Join Vagabondish on Twitter and Facebook. With a little advanced planning (and the help of a guided tour), it's possible to see the best of Egypt in just two weeks. The post The Best of Egypt: A Photo Tour of Cairo, Luxor, and Beyond appeared first on Vagabondish.