I’m sure many of us with “The Wanderlust” wish that we could be travel blogging while traveling the world with an unlimited amount of time and money. To run a travel blog without ever giving a second thought to work or the resources needed to keep that kind of lifestyle going. But many of us are travel bloggers with a… Read More
We have a lot of great writers that share their travel stories with The Planet D readers. This is a collection of guest posts on our travel blog.
Rachel Jones of Hippie in Heels shares the very best reasons to travel to Arunachal Pradesh in Northeast India. Northeast India is a region that was lesser traveled in India for a variety of reasons including poor infrastructure, safety concerns, and being hard to reach. Arunachal Pradesh, India All of that is changing as tourism in the Northeast is starting to… Read More
Iceland waterfalls are legendary. They’re literally everywhere and come in all shapes and sizes – I usually refer to Iceland as the land of waterfalls. With all of them in mind, I took on the task of selecting 12 Iceland waterfalls you can’t miss in Iceland. Take note, this will be helpful for your road trip in Iceland. Iceland Waterfalls You Cannot… Read More
As many will know, the largest city in the New Zealand South Island was hit by a massive earthquake in 2011. The Christchurch earthquake devastated a thriving city and five years on its still looks like a wasteland in many parts. Christchurch Earthquake 5 Years Later Dave and Deb visited Christchurch just days after the earthquake, and you can read… Read More
As a native San Franciscan, my knowledge of San Francisco is…let’s just say there’s not much that gets past me in my 7×7 city. This San Francisco photography guide will set you up for taking all those iconic images of memorable monuments. Ultimate San Francisco Photography Guide In this photography guide to San Francisco, you’ll discover where to photograph these… Read More
Insider India travel tips by Mytriphack. Travel to India on a budget in comfort and without being overwhelmed. India is an exotic destination! It is far beyond historical monuments, beaches and other tourist spots you are going to find out from a tour company or Tripadvisor. This country is a great teacher if you learn to accept and listen to its lessons. Travel… Read More