Calling all adventurers and fellow wildlife aficionados! If you've found your way here, you're likely planning an exciting voyage to Kruger National Park, the heart of Africa's untamed wilderness! Here's a guide for you!
The food scene in Chile is like a wild ride through flavors. Chilean food culture is rich and diverse, influenced by indigenous traditions, Spanish colonial history, European immigrants, Chile’s neighboring countries, as well as its geography. And I consider it the best cuisine outside of the EU!
Welcome to the Garden Route: the extraordinary road trip that even I couldn't resist falling head over heels for. I had to eat my words as I cruised through this astonishing stretch of South African coastline.
Vienna isn’t very exciting at first glance—unless you’re a history and art buff—so we’ve decided to spice it up with some unusual sites for you to visit and squeeze some life into the ol’ gal.
Ready to set off the most incredible journey across Chile? You better be! There is plenty to discover and we are here to help you plan your 3-week itinerary to Chile, to see the best it has to offer.
We traveled to Turin and if the Holy Shroud were our only reason to go there, I would say Turin sucks. Surprisingly though, for a city that doesn’t have much to offer, it has a lot to offer!
Hi! I’m Jan. I live in Prague, Czech Republic. I try to experience the best the world has to offer, and I don’t cease to be impressed. But if I’m not, I’m sure going to tell you! You can count on my full honesty and real opinions here. No bullcrap. I own and run several companies, which gives me great (but not unlimited) freedom to roam the world.
I was first inspired to start this blog by my own experience of researching for upcoming trips—I often struggle with a lack of good information, accuracy, and authenticity of resources. You wouldn’t believe how many “travel bloggers” don’t even visit the destinations they write about!
My goal with this blog is to provide you with complex and practical information so that you can plan your own vacation, complete with insights you’d only get if you visited the place. I also put together itineraries that are fully planned out trip guides.
Another aspect that drives this platform is my curiosity about the history, geography, politics, and economy of each country I visit, so I try to include this information in my articles, too. It’s always great to get the bigger picture, right?
And just to be clear, I am not trying to compete with backpacking blogs or provide hacks for an economical and affordable experience. My vacations follow the standard pattern of traveling by plane, staying in good hotels, and renting a car on the spot to get around. I’m also always up for a fantastic meal, though I don’t shy away from local delicacies and street food, either.
Altitude Sickness or AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) can go from annoying to critical. What are the symptoms and how to treat it? I decided to write down all the essential information for you. Keep reading!
The number one thing that I don’t love about traveling is packing. Let me try to minimize the hassle of packing for travel for you with this handy dandy packing list and some tips for being a smart packer.
For me, booking a hotel is the first step to feeling like the vacation is really happening. Once I have that confirmation email, the excitement starts to build and I know I can get to work researching my itinerary.
Hey travelers, Jan here. I write this blog because I want to share information that is actually useful for other travelers. Not just the generic, rainbows and unicorns stuff I see all over the internet, but truly well-researched and personally tested tips, tricks, and guides. And that takes a lot of time.
So, I want to ask you this: If you can recognize the value in this—dare I say better—content, and if the information I publish has helped you to travel better, please consider making your hotel reservations through my booking.com links. It costs you nothing extra (plus, I never recommend hotels I haven't or wouldn't have stayed at myself).
Think of it as giving a tip, just like you’d give to the fantastic hotel concierge, your quick and professional server, or the taxi driver that got you to your destination without taking weird detours. Thank you!