Adventure Herald
  • Adventure Travel Destinations
    World’s Blokiest Holiday Destinations

    If you’re a man, or you love manly-type-things, we have an blockbuster line-up of ideas that make our entirely subjective list of the world’s best blokiest holiday destinations. Yes, we’re going to indulge in some gender stereotypes here, but we’re sure, no matter who you are, these holiday tips will appeal to your inner bloke! Photo By: Terry […]

  • Adventure Travel in Southeast Asia
    Classic Southeast Asia Backpacking Routes

    Southeast Asia is one of the most popular backpacking destinations on earth. Relatively cheap and tourist friendly, it’s a magnet for people in their 20s taking a gap year to backpack around this magnificent part of the world. Whether you’re into beaches and islands, full moon parties, surfing or scuba diving, bike riding around rice terrace […]

  • Adventure Travel Destinations
    Little-Known Heritage Sites You Must See

    We’ve all heard of the most famous of the UNESCO World Heritage Listed sites like Angkor, the Great Barrier Reef, The Great Wall of China, the Pyramids of Giza and so forth. But, there are actually more than 1000 of these sites, and here we’d like to introduce some of the little-known heritage sites that […]

  • Adventure Travel in Oceania
    Adventures in Papua New Guinea

    Papua New Guinea is a mysterious land that seemingly few know much about, and it’s certainly not on the typical tourist-route. However, for adventure travellers – with plenty of planning and street smarts – Papua New Guinea is undoubtedly a treasure trove. Just remember that Papua New Guinea is not 100% safe (although you could argue […]

  • Adventure Travel in South America
    5 Impressive Mountains You Can Climb Too!

    Climbing can be both divine and dangerous. It’s not that mountaineering was ever not popular, but it seems that with the release of the new film “Everest,” there’s been a renewed interest in the world’s famous summits. While, the film depicts the triumph and tragedy of the world’s highest mountain, not all of well-known mountains […]

  • Adventure Travel in Eastern Europe
    9 of the World’s Weirdest Foods

    Adventurous travel is about more than just how many extreme sports you try, ticking off the famous sites, and whether you “head off-the-beaten-path” to a non-touristy bar. Adventurous travel should also be about experiencing some of the real local culture, including both the bizarre and the brilliant parts. Of course, one of the most important parts […]

  • Adventure Travel in Southeast Asia
    Vietnam Reduces Cost of its Tourist Visa

    Vietnam is set to reduce the cost of its tourist visa for visitors from US$45 to $25 starting from the 23rd of November 2015. The change comes in an effort to increase the number of foreign visitors to the Southeast Asian country, that has seen a slump in tourist numbers over the past year. For the multi-entry visa, […]

  • Adventure Travel in Southeast Asia
    6 Brilliant Activities in Borneo

    Borneo is an island in Southeast Asia that many think of as a remote, wild and unexplored place for the super adventurous. And while this is, in many ways, correct Borneo is surprisingly easy for fun-loving tourists and intrepid travellers to explore. Whether you’re adding this island to the well-worn backpacker-route of Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam etc or you’re […]

  • Adventure Travel in Central Asia
    8 Scary Suspension Bridges You DO Want to Cross

    Recently we wrote about Germany’s longest suspension bridge, the newly opened Geierley Rope Suspension Bridge. It got us thinking about some of the world’s scariest suspension bridges. Then we heard reports that China’s new Yuntaishan Glass Bridge, which was an engineering feat because it’s made entirely of glass, has started cracking! Yikes! So what are […]