The Hacienda Guachipelín Hotel is located amongst the Rincón de la Vieja Volcano in Liberia, Costa Rica. This stunning hotel offers a one of a kind adventure package in one of the worlds most bio diverse locations know to man. If this doesn't peak your attention then you are reading the wrong blog!
The Bruce Peninsula National Park is situated on the northern tip of the Bruce Peninsula, between Georgian Bay and Lake Huron. At the tip of the Niagara Escarpment this enormous park spans 155km², consisting mostly of limestone cliffs, caves and old growth forests, home to some of the oldest trees in Canada. The Bruce Peninsula National Park is comprised of an incredible array of habitats from beautiful marine ecosystems to dense forests.
Zion National Park is located in the Southwestern United States, near Springdale, Utah. A prominent feature of the 229-square-mile (590 km2) park is Zion Canyon, which is 15 miles (24 km) long and up to half a mile (800 m) deep, cut through the reddish and tan-colored Navajo Sandstone by the North Fork of the Virgin River. The lowest at elevation in Zion is 3,666 ft (1,117 m) at Coalpits Wash and the highest elevation is 8,726 ft (2,660 m) at Horse Ranch Mountain.
Set within the beautiful island of Bali, Indonesia, Green School is an amazing project, pioneering sustainability within education. It is pushing boundaries in schooling at a time when the world must review whether more of the same is acceptable. Green School was conceived by its founders in 2006, when they left their lives in America to start something radically new.
Kuta has long been one of the most famous backpacker destinations in the world gaining its claim to fame as one of the three Ks: Katmandu Nepal, Khao San Road in Bangkok and Kuta. The five km long sandy stretch of Kuta is arguably the best beach front in Bali and is most notably a playground for young visitors from Australia due to the proximity and cheap flights.
Sipadan is undoubtedly one of the premiere dive destinations in the world. Located in the Celebes Sea off the east coast of Sabah, Sipadan was formed over thousands of years as living corals grew on top of an extinct volcano (Sipadan is the only volcanic island in Malaysia). Today, the island plunges over 2,000 meters straight down to the sea floor.