Adventure Herald
  • Adventure Travel in the Far East
    The Philippines’ Most Active Volcano, Mount Mayon Has Exploded, Alert Level Now at 5

    In breaking news, the Philippines’ most active volcano, Mount Mayon has exploded thunderously today, on Monday January 22 at noon, local time, propelling a giant column of super-heated lava, molten rocks and steam which has flooded down the volcano’s slopes, enveloping the nearby villages in darkness, according to officials. Photo by: Ray in Manila License: CC The alert […]

  • Water Sport Adventures
    Wonderful Windsurfing Hotspots

    Windsurfing is in that sweet spot between surfing and sailing. It uses a board and uses a sail that’s attached to the board to propel forward. Windsurfing can be done in both relatively small waves and in bigger waves, plus if you’re a beginner you can master the art of sailing forward, while if you’re […]

  • 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 […]

  • Equestrian Adventures & Animal Power
    Where to Swim with Whale Sharks

    Is it a whale? Is it a shark? No, this beautifully majestic giant of the ocean is actually a huge fish, NOT the scary “Jaws” kind of shark – despite its name. Famous for their spotty complexion and their big mouths they’re filter feeders, meaning they open up wide and let water rush into their mouths getting nutrients […]