If luxury vacations aren’t really your scene and you crave to explore the world with nothing more than a backpack, you need to choose the right destinations. While almost all countries offer a lot for backpackers to see and experience, it can be rightly said that some countries really are better for backpacking than others. Why, you may ask? They offer more options in cheap loading, more scope for adrenaline pumping adventure activities and cheaper transit, along with the fact that they are also popular with other backpackers, so you will probably make some new friends along the way!

So here are the top 4 destinations for backpackers, along with ideas on what to do once you arrive at your chosen destination: Read More


The world is full of many extreme places that are not fit for human habitation but yet people are living in unfavorable living conditions. Some of these extreme places are famous for their unique landforms and historic landscapes. This article will reveal the top 10 most extreme places on Earth.

10. Mount Thor, the Steepest Peak on Earth

Located at Nunavut, a remote area in Canada, Mount Thor at 5,495 feet tall, is the steepest peak on earth. The vertical drop of Mount Thor is 4,101 feet tall at an average angle of about 105 degrees. Tens of thousands of adventurous tourists flock here for mountaineering and hiking purposes. If you are not brave enough you can still enjoy camping at the base of the mountain. Read More