Need Travel Resources to Help Adventure Planning?
There's nothing more exciting to me than adventure planning. THAT'S the real fun side of putting together a trip.
So what's the difference between adventure planning and trip planning you might ask?
By my definition trip planning is more about the logistical side of travel. These are the 'how' and 'how much will it cost' pieces of the puzzle.
Booking flights, sleeping accommodations, ground transportation, etc etc. These are all very, very important pieces to putting together a successful adventure and often times are the pieces that are most budget sensitive.
On the flip side we have adventure planning!
Adventure planning is the fun part of booking a vacation. It's the 'what' and 'where' pieces of the puzzle.
When we decided to spend four days hiking the Salkantay Trek in Peru we focused on the adventure piece first. Once we knew what we were doing and where we were going, we figured out how we were going to get there.
This page helps put some of my very best trip and adventure planning content at your finger tips for easy access.
Keep reading to learn about some of my most unique adventure ideas, how to save on trip planning costs, ways to prepare for remote work on the road and much, much more!
Check out some of my best trip and adventure planning resources
It's time to start planning your next big adventure
I hope you'll find some of the content I've curated on this page helpful when you sit down for your next adventure planning session.
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The travel resources I've created include best practices, tips and tricks I've learned throughout my travels to over 20 different countries and countless destinations throughout the United States. I'm constantly keeping them up to date with new things I learn so be sure to check back often.
If reading long-form blog posts isn't really your thing, try watching some of my travel guide content on YouTube. You'll find that many of the themes and destinations covered on my blog are also available in video form.
For anyone interested in learning more about why I started this blog and my passion for travel be sure to check out the about page on this blog! If you have a specific question that I didn't cover in any of my focused travel resources drop me a message over on the contact page and I'll respond as quickly as I can.