Petra Jordan wasn’t voted one of the New 7 Wonders of the world for nothing! It really is one of those places that lives up to the hype. Petra Jordan is one of … Continue Reading
We’ve seen a lot of amazing ruins of the world during our 18 years of traveling. These are our first-hand accounts of ancient cities and ruins that we have seen and explored … Continue Reading
Guest writers Nathan and Shelby share their tips to visit New Mexico’s tops Historic Sites. If you’re planning a vacation to New Mexico, you should consider visiting some of the many … Continue Reading
It seems as though Ireland is full of dramatic, atmospheric sites, and Poulnabrone Dolmen is yet another one that confirms this. As one of Ireland’s most iconic (and photographed!) archeological sites, this impressive … Continue Reading
Newgrange, Ireland. The “Jewel in the Crown of Ireland’s Ancient East,” as it’s referred to—and for good reason. This massive passage tomb is more than just a tomb. It’s an epic, spiritual marvel; it’s … Continue Reading
Jerash is a fascinating ancient Roman city that is located just 50 km from Amman, Jordan. Jerash is considered the most well preserved Roman ruins outside of Italy. It is also … Continue Reading
If you’re looking for a holiday that is a little more meaningful, one that gives you the opportunity to learn new skills and make a positive impact on the community then an archaeological holiday may be the perfect option for you. Archaeological holidays are becoming increasingly popular around the world and are a great option if you’re jonsing for something a little bit different.