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10 best eco-friendly hostels in the world

10 best eco-friendly hostels in the world While you can usually expect an inexpensive stay at a hostel, not all of these accommodations are alike when it comes to being sustainable and green. For your next trip, why not stay somewhere that will not only give you a social experience on a budget, but will also be good...

3 "glamping" accommodations for the luxury camper

3 For those who are unfamiliar with the term, "glamping" is a way for travelers to experience the outdoors, like camping, but with more luxury amenities, like electricity, running water, and sometimes even modern architecture. Check out this list of stylish canvas...

First bar made of glacial ice opens in Patagonia, Argentina

The first ice bar in Patagonia, Argentina, opened last week, which also happens to be the first bar in the world created out of glacial ice, according to Paola Singer of The New York Times. Located just outside El Calafate, Glaciobar is the newest addition to Glaciarium, a...

Photo of the day - morning coffee in Thailand

Photo of the day - morning coffee in Thailand How do you take your coffee? Flickr user LadyExpat posted this lovely setup from Chiang Mai, Thailand. Coffee is a thing beloved around the world and served differently everywhere. Turkey may be famous for its dense and tiny cups of coffee, but tulip-shaped glasses of tea...

LAN Airlines surprises restaurant-goers with free tickets to South America

LAN Airlines surprises restaurant-goers with free tickets to South America Last night, LAN Airlines surprised nearly 200 unsuspecting patrons at Nuela restaurant in New York with free round trip tickets to South America. The Oprah-style giveaway kicks off the company's Only in South America campaign, a multi-year effort to promote travel to the...

German woman attempting to paddle around South America

German woman attempting to paddle around South America Earlier this week, long distance kayaker Freya Hoffmeister set off on another epic journey. The German woman, who once spent 332 days kayaking around Australia, has set her sights on an even bigger challenge – a solo circumnavigation of South America. On Tuesday,...

Watch the new Ski Channel movie trailer: "Winter"

After hauling in 12 awards from various film festivals with the astoundingly successful 2010 release of their first film, "The Story", the adrenaline addicts over at The Ski Channel have done it again with their second film, "Winter" which is set to make its debut in...

Traveler Q & A: Pavia Rosati

Traveler Q & A: Pavia Rosati Pavia Rosati is the founder of Fathom, a recently debuted travel website. Fathom is smart and beautifully designed. It's full of exciting short briefs about various destinations across the globe. Rosati, as you'll see from her answers below, is an experienced editor and...

Photo of the day - Pinamar's rays

Photo of the day - Pinamar's rays The Argentine town of Pinamar sits a few hundred miles south of Buenos Aires on the Atlantic Coast. It's a beach town, bustling in the summer and quiet in the off-season. Flickr user morrissey captured this image of Pinamar earlier this month. Though summer was long...

Photo of the Day: Mendoza mountains

Photo of the Day: Mendoza mountains Off in the distance, there are mountains. Gently zig-zagging ridges hidden under a layer of mist and slowly evaporating fog. When the sun strikes them just so, like we see here in Flickr user morrisey's photo in Mendoza, Argentina, they can create a striking visual...

Video of the Day - Cruise ship time-lapse

We have a lot of great cruise coverage here on Gadling, and today's Video of the Day is a must-see for all of our cruise ship fanatics out there. Captured onboard a series of ships such as the Splendour of the Seas & Majesty of the Seas, YouTube user...

Are you ready for a once in a lifetime cycling holiday?

Are you ready for a once in a lifetime cycling holiday? Pedalers Pub and Grille may sound like a place where you'd stop for some grub after a long day riding your bike, but in actually, its an adventure travel company that specializes in cycling holidays to some of the best destinations on the planet. To celebrate their 25th...

Outside Magazine posts their 2011 trips of the year

Outside Magazine posts their 2011 trips of the year Adventure travelers still looking for suggestions on what to do, and where to go, this year may find some inspiration courtesy of Outside Magazine which has posted their selection for the 2011 Trips of the Year online. Compiled by the Outside editors, the list, first...

San Telmo Sundays: The beat of the Buenos Aires street scene

San Telmo Sundays: The beat of the Buenos Aires street scene "For six days of the week, the historic San Telmo neighborhood is just another pocket of gridlined streets that make up the bustling Argentinean capital of Buenos Aires. Trendy women's apparel sits overstretched in the windows of modern storefronts, and the cobbled...

Travelers stranded in Punta Arenas, Chile due to strikes, road blocks

Travelers stranded in Punta Arenas, Chile due to strikes, road blocks Thousands of travelers were left stranded in Punta Arenas, Chile over the past few days due to protests, general strikes, and road blocks throughout the region. Unrest exploded in the area late last week when the Chilean government announced plans to raise the price of fuel...

Flip winter the bird with a great adventure travel contest!

Flip winter the bird with a great adventure travel contest! The holidays are long past, you're back at the daily grind, and the country has been dumped on with way to much snow. Admit it, you're sick of winter already and could use an adventurous escape. Fortunately, I've got just what you need in the form of a travel contest that...

Is Bogota really the next Buenos Aires?

Is Bogota really the next Buenos Aires? Yes is the short answer. Bogota is indeed the next Buenos Aires. But before we get to why this is the case, we need to understand why Buenos Aires is the current Buenos Aires. Travelers have an insatiable appetite for great cities that are cheap, and there's probably...

Ten Great Adventure Travel Destinations For 2011

Ten Great Adventure Travel Destinations For 2011 With another holiday season behind us at last, it is time to start looking to the year ahead and firming up our travel plans. If you haven't already made your preparations for 2011, and you're looking for something a bit more adventurous this year, then perhaps we can...

Top ten holiday season foods from around the world

Top ten holiday season foods from around the world No matter where in the world you live, whatever your ethnic or religious heritage, the holidays are inextricably linked with food. Whether there's symbolic meaning behind these seasonal treats, or they're everyday dishes that have become festive additions to the seasonal...

Quark Expeditions offers $1500 airfare credit for Antarctic travelers

Quark Expeditions offers $1500 airfare credit for Antarctic travelers The Antarctic travel season is now officially in full swing, with cruise ships carrying adventurous travelers across the Southern Ocean and around the Antarctic coastline. For many, a journey to the bottom of the planet is the trip of a lifetime and very high on the list of...

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