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Arenal Volcano in Costa Rica
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Costa Rica’s Must-See Volcano and Rainforest Eco-Adventures

Picture Costa Rica, and undoubtedly some of the first things that come to mind are the country’s myriad rainforests and volcanoes. What’s more, many are incredibly accessible. With towering, multi-million year old volcanoes surrounded by dense rainforest just beyond the boundaries of many Costa Rican cities and towns, there’s plenty to discover—even in a day […]

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7 Malibu Mansions Worthy of an Epic Weekend Getaway

Ahh, Malibu. The Los Angeles-adjacent beachside hideaway of celebrities, Hollywood moguls, and other well-heeled homeowners boasts some truly incredible estates, mansions, and villas among its cliffs and coasts—places where living the good life is only the baseline. This is an area where the no-detail-spared home becomes reality. Ever wanted to serve an ace on your […]

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Sport fishing off the coast of Costa Rica
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How Costa Rica Sets the Bar Higher for Sportfishing

Costa Rica is known for many things: flavorful coffee, a remarkably relaxing pura vida lifestyle, and tropical rainforests. For most, fishing isn’t high on the list of reasons to visit this Central American country—but those in the know can attest that it should be. Why? When it comes to Costa Rican sportfishing, it’s all about […]

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Statue of Buddha in Tiger Cave Temple in Krabi
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Thailand’s Sky-High Tiger Cave Temple is Worth Each of its 1,237 Steps

If you’re the type of traveler that seeks gorgeous landscapes coupled with an adventurous journey—and doesn’t mind a little sweat along the way—add Tiger Cave Temple (also called Wat Tham Sua) to your must-see list in southern Thailand. Located between Phang Nga and Trang and set inland approximately 15 minutes north of the town of […]

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Hanging Bridge Costa Rica
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7 Must-Trek Costa Rican Hiking Trails

Costa Rica’s landscape is diverse, teeming with wildlife, and best experienced on foot. In fact, the sheer amount of hiking opportunities in the country—of which 25% is federally protected land—is one of the major reasons to plan a visit…or at least, one of the best justifications for peeling yourself off the beach for a day. Whether […]