The Havasupai campground is seemingly always full as on any given day only a third of the campers are leaving and being replaced with new campers. The challenge is to find a spot that gives your neighbor at least a little bit of breathing room. The campground is just over a mile long and camping…
Hiking Havasu Falls begins at the Hilltop trailhead. The trail descends into Hualapai Canyon, follows Havasu Creek to Supai and then to Havasupai Campground
Want to see the six amazing blueish-green waterfalls in the Grand Canyon? First, you need a Havasu Falls reservation. Here are the tips for success.
This complete Havasu Falls guide is a journey into the Grand Canyon. Getting a Havasupai reservation, gear, the campground, and all the amazing waterfalls.
Exploring the Craters of the Moon Lava Caves is the most unique and surreal experience to have when visiting the National Monument in Idaho. The majority of the caves that are open to the public are in one easy to reach area aptly known as the Cave Trail. The Cave area is the last stop…
One of our favorite adventures in Rocky Mountain National Park is hiking Lion Lakes and Snowbank Lake in the Wild Basin Area. Three beautfiul alpine lakes.
As Rocky Mountain National Park trails go the path up to Thunder Lake is middle of the road in difficulty. I am used to RMNP shelling out some of the most strenuous terrain but with the most picturesque landscapes in the lower 48 states. Hiking Thunder Lake is tough and would be strenuous for anyone…
The Drive 4G-X is the best cellular booster on the market and a must have for full-time travelers. This is our WeBoost install with a directional antenna.
In this WeBoost review find out what makes this cellular booster (Drive 4G-X), perfect for boondocking and how to optimize it with a directional antenna.
Hiking Cape Breton is the best way to see the beauty hidden in the highlands of the northern island of Nova Scotia, Canada. These are the seven best hikes.
The best place to find manatees during the winter is Blue Spring State Park in Florida. Adventure awaits; camping, canoeing, kayaking, biking and hiking.
A life of traveling full-time isn’t for everyone but we have loved our first year as nomads. Here are the top 15 things we have learned living on the road.