Adventure Travel Blog
Adventure travel is what I’m all about! Whether I’m hiking up an active volcano, hopping in the ocean with the world’s largest marine life, or canoeing deep into a cave overseas I’m always excited about the next adventure! It’s time to get wild! These are my adventure travel stories and maybe some ideas for things to do on your future travels.
Some of Costa Rica’s most dazzling glass frogs, dart frogs, leaf frogs and tree frogs caught on camera.
In the wild, untamed jungles of Costa Rica searching for venomous snakes.
Hang En Cave, located in rural Vietnam’s Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park is the third largest in the world. I’m hiking to & camping inside this massive cave!
Costa Rica’s most diverse and pristine rainforest. Abundant wildlife and untouched beaches await travelers who visit.
I’m in the Sonoran Desert tracking down a famous desert dweller that glows in the dark – scorpions.
I’m in the Sonoran Desert outside the Phoenix city limits searching for rattlesnakes after dark. Did I find any.. and did I leave without a bite?
I’m plunging into the ocean with the world’s largest fish – whale sharks! Hundreds are gathered off the coast of Cancun and they’re literally bumping into me as I swim with them!
I’m addicted to the ocean and this time I’m in Oahu, Hawaii hopping into a cage to come face to face with large beautiful sharks!
It’s my first day in Guatemala and after an hour of hiking I already find myself questioning the sanity of the activity I’m participating in. I’m on the side of the most active volcano in Guatemala; hey, what could go wrong.. it’s only a volcano right!?
I’m in Belize on the hunt for whale sharks – but I’m not watching them from the boat, I’m plunging into the water to scuba dive and snorkel with the world’s largest fish. Don’t miss the photos and video from my incredible and unforgettable experience!
Hiking in the pristine jungle and world’s first Jaguar Preserve – the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary in Stann Creek, Belize. River tubing, waterfalls and wildlife sightings await.
Video filmed from scuba diving inside one of the Yucatan’s famous cenotes – Dos Ojos. There are many excellent cavern dives in this area of Mexico and Dos Ojos is no exception. If you ever wanted to know what it looks like underwater inside a dark cave watch this!