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Be amazed by the thousands of magical glowworms above, as you glide silently by boat in the world of famous Waitomo Glowworm Caves.
Guided since the late 1880s, the glowworm caves are the iconic New Zealand attraction. The glowworms cover cave ceilings and undisturbed woodland areas where they hunt for prey using their alluring blue glow and […]
Attending the Burning Man festival in Nevada is like landing on another planet: a vast desert populated by a peaceful, friendly, out-there people, with a culture all its own. Over 5½ square miles of desert turned over as a blank canvas and filled with all manner of incredible art, weird and wonderful people to watch, […]
Hawaii is known for its surfing culture, which looks much different today than in the 1700’s. For many years, Hawaiian royalty ruled the waters. The Hawaiian society was split into two social classes, a royal class and the commoner class. The best surfing spots were reserved for royalty and the commoners were stuck with the lesser […]
What’s the most intense surfing session you’ve ever had? Overhead? Double overhead? Hurricane swell? Storm rolled in and the conditions get incredibly bumpy, making it an adventure to paddle in? During this intense session, did you wipe out at all? While it felt like you were underwater for an entire minute, was it just 10 […]
If you’ve ever tried to surf, you know full well how exhilarating and challenging of an endeavor it can be. It may look easy enough on YouTube, but when you’re out there on the water, learning how to catch and ride even a small wave takes a whole lot of practice.
Unfortunately, practice doesn’t come easy if […]
Brilliance isn’t easy, but we think we’ve hot upon a recipe. Take one of the most free-spirited, creative snowboarders on the planet, hook him up with some generous and knowledgeable sponsors, stick him on a mountain, and bake for 20 minutes.
The park layout is a mind-boggling mix of features and hits that act as a […]
A rare sighting of an upside-down iceberg has been captured on camera by filmmaker Alex Cornell, revealing a striking deep blue underbelly that once resided beneath Antarctica’s frigid waters.
The vitreous blue-green gleam is the handiwork of decades of pressure that squeezed out the tiny air pockets that buffer the crystals. Ice that dense absorbs bits of […]