Adventure Herald
  • Adventure Travel Destinations
    Adventure Travel in Azerbaijan – A Brief Guide

    You may not have Azerbaijan on your radar for adventure travel, or even know much about this young republic with its often troubled history, except that it hosted the Grand Prix of Formula 1 in the capital of Baku in the summer of 2016. If you’re looking for quirky and unusual adventure travel destinations, the […]

  • Adventure Travel Destinations
    5 of the Best Deserts for Adventure Travel

    Despite their barrenness and inhospitality to life, there is something enchanting about the world’s great deserts that draws waves of visitors willing to brave the heat and lack of water. In fact there’s more to do in the deserts than you might think. Whether it’s 4×4 motoring adventures, sand boarding or camel back riding you’re looking for, […]

  • Adventure Travel Destinations
    Unusual Nature-Based Accommodation Around the World

    In breaking adventure travel news, Lonely Planet has reported trends for this year and next that show travelers increasingly booking trips to nature-rich adventure travel destinations. Now more than ever, we are turning more towards nature-based accommodation and adventure. 2018 will likely see a huge increase of this type of tourism as it’s clear that increasing […]

  • Adventure Travel in Central Asia
    Mongol Mania: Adventure Travel in Mongolia

    For a country known for its vast emptiness, there’s a surprising amount to do. Plus, for many adventure travellers it’s exactly this vast open landscape that is the drawcard and the charm of this land-locked country. So if can feel yourself getting Mongol mania, here’s a guide to adventure travel in Mongolia. Photo By: Bernd Thaller Let’s […]

  • Adventure Travel in Central Asia
    Adventure Travel in Siberia

    Siberia is that place often stereotyped as faraway, freezing cold, and devoid of much to see or do. But this description couldn’t be further from the truth (except for maybe the faraway part). Sibera is a vast area of land in the eastern part of Russia of more than 13 million square kilometers (about 80% of […]

  • 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 […]