When we travel, we like to have an impact. We highlight the good, point out the bad, and give the best possible information for how you too can get out and enjoy an adventure in a new place. But having an impact and making an impact on our environment are two separate things, which is why Lindsay joined a group of Namibians in Montana and Wyoming last week to witness an exchange of information between tourism, conservation, and land development experts who all had “sustainable tourism” on the brain.
Toronto’s newest and tallest attraction has adventure lovers taking a walk ON THE EDGE – outside and around the circumference of the CN Tower’s pod! Of course we dared to do it! Here’s Lindsay’s reaction post-Edgewalk!
Here we are, donning a helmet and a harness once again at the Navitat Canopy Adventure…
Those who know Lanee well know two things: 1. Manhattans are her favorite cocktail. 2. If it’s not made right, she will send it back, time and time again… But, she’s more than willing to share her secrets for making a proper Manhattan with any bartender, butler or even a Maasai warrior. And that’s exactly […]
Mathare may not be Nairobi‘s largest slum, but it’s certainly the toughest according to locals who work and live there. The Voyage Vixens visited the slums to learn of OneLife Africa’s work in helping students succeed in education and life. It proved to be eye-opening and life-changing for both of us. Read more about our […]
At AndBeyond Bateleur Camp in Masai Mara, Kenya, personal butler/bartender Joel demonstrates how to make a proper Dawa (Swahili word for medicine) cocktail. Read on for the recipe at Wanderlust & Lipstick…
What does a suckling pig and a hockey stick have in common? Chef Scott Savoie of Culinary Adventure Company has the answer. Here are some of our stories from the trip: Read on at The Traveler’s Way… Read more on the Top Five Adventures in Toronto at Johnny Jet… Read more on Urban Adventure in […]
Kenya’s capital is a hot bed for burgeoning artists and fashion designers. Naturally, a sizzling nightlife follows suit in response to the creative pulse. Keep reading on Societe Perrier here.
If asked to name a handful of countries aggressively taking steps to solve climate change, would Mexico come to mind? Probably not. But it should. Here’s why. Although Mexico may be keeping many tourists wary of visiting amid headlines reporting increasing crime, there’s a silver lining not being widely reported. The country is beginning to […]
Five Great Reasons to Visit Puerto Rico “…San Juan is the center of it all with a marriage of new and old facilitated by its colorful building facades, vintage watchtowers, and cobblestone streets.”