With a rich maritime history, abundant wildlife and immensely hospitable locals, this slice of Britain in the South Atlantic has a lot going for it.
A new-model waterslide debuts in Turkey, but it's definitely not for the faint-of-heart, and possibly not for anyone with real common sense. Up to you...
DrFumblefinger recalls one of his more memorable trips, a week of sea kayaking with his 13 year old son in British Columbia's Inside Passage.
After years of considering how to make them a safe public attraction, the city has decided it can neither do that, nor keep unauthorized people off.
Marilyn Jones offers a positive rating for her favorite adventure travel organizer and lists some upcoming opportunities.
As climate change threatens fragile environments, a tour operator teams up with Manitoba and a college to create a sustainable snow buggy.
The cost of a ride on Virgin Galactic's space plane has doubled since its successful billionaire-in-space debut.
For some, walking an incredibly-high glass bridge isn't enough...they feel the need to jump
DrFumblefinger shares one of his favorite backpacking locations on the eastern slopes of California's Sierra Nevada mountains.
In British Columbia, a new skywalk combines elements of adventure, nature and fun.
DrFumblefinger visits Fort Selkirk, a historic site on the Yukon River that can only be reached by boat or seaplane.
A balloon-based capsule is offering seats for a fraction of rocket-based trips, with a bar as well.
An unlikely outbreak of luxury living has broken out at Australian sheep stations during the pandemic.
A UK travel company is offering an updated, and probably safer, version of the Jules Verne fantasy...but still without airplanes.
DrFumblefinger enjoys a lovely display of wildflowers in the remote wilderness of Northern British Columbia.