Run with Reindeer

    While not nearly as extreme as running with the bulls in Spain, this novel event is still sure to get your blood pumping.

    Learn Falconry from the Mongols

    This world’s largest Golden Eagle Festival takes place at the beginning of October every year just outside the city of Olgii.

    Hike Cinque Terre

    Italy is a beautiful, warm place. But, not much compares to the experience of hiking through the five connected villages along its northwestern coastline. Cinque Terre, or five lands, is five small hillside villages: Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza, and Monterosso.

    Hiking the Zugspitze

    The Zugspitze is not an impressive mountain. Topping out at only 9,718 feet it is the foothills of the Alps, even though it is the tallest mountain in Germany. But, the climb from base to top takes at least 6 hours.

    Shoot Guns In Estonia

    If you are looking for a unique, outside of your comfort zone travel experience, then firing off a few rounds may be for you.

    ATV the Greek Isles

    The wind in your hair, the freedom of the open road, the sun on your shoulders. And all for under 25 Euros a day.

    Ski Ischgl, Austria

    With over 140 miles of pistes this award winning ski area will leave you continually searching for more.

    Visit Pompeii’s Ashes

    Many of Rome’s wealthy citizens escaped to Pompeii, where their villas could be considered the equivalent of modern day “second country homes.”

    The Monserrate Pilgrimage in Bogota Colombia

    In addition to the church the mountain top retreat of Monserrate offers a beautiful walk through, gardened stations of the cross that traverses part of the mountain side.

    Savage Biking in Bogota

    Bogota is a Colombian city of nearly 8 million people. There was no way we were going to see every part of the city in the amount of time we had. We walked to certain areas and taxied to others, but we still hadn’t scratched the main highlights. That’s when we looked up a bike tour

    Hike Sucha Bella Gorge 

    On those rare winter days in Slovakia when the sun is a bright yellow disc in a cold, clear blue sky you remember that action makes you human. So you move, leaving Spisska Nova Ves to itself and discarding the little downtown park and bars where you can do shots of absinthe and walk to an auditorium now converted in to a night club.

    Each step West you take brings a renewed pioneer feeling, as if you are an adventurer heading towards unknown destinations. Eventually trees with huge, nude canopies frozen by winter’s cold, and pine cones tossed carelessly to the rock hard terra by evergreens appear.