5 Ways Indie Travel Has Changed — And Stayed The Same — Since 1999

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Rolf Potts shares ideas about how Vagabonding has shifted.

I Put Travel On My Resume And It Got Me a Job

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I returned from a year-long sabbatical in Asia without any sort of career waiting for me, but travel boosted my resume.

Cycling the Pacific Coast

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On November 7, 2016, I embarked on my first ever cycling trip. Objective: Seattle to San Diego.

How Traveling With Purpose Can Change Your Life

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I was obsessed with my travel bucket list. After an ah-ha moment, my eyes were opened and I now choose to travel with purpose!

7 Popular Mountain Destinations That Are Being Destroyed By Climate Change

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Our fragile mountain environments being rapidly transformed. What can we do to help?

Unexpectedly Solo on the Russian Railroad

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I was afraid to complete the Trans-Siberian Railroad by myself. But I found the opposite of conventional wisdom – I felt safer and braver alone. 

Serendipitous Travel

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Knowing a place through the lens of the internet isn’t the same as exploring it. Is too much research ruining the travel experience?

Bargaining in Bali

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Without a keen bargaining sense, you’re bound to be overcharged or scammed. Hone your global bargaining skills with these tips.

From Snow to Shining Snow – Russia Beyond Moscow

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Katrina Keegan shares a taste of what awaits indie travelers outside of St. Petersburg and Moscow.

5 Ways You Can Expect to be Changed by Solo Female Travel

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“I choose to be independent because I know that I can be.”

Build a Traveling Circus: The Art of Keeping in Touch with Fellow Travelers

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It’s easy to make new friends on the road, but how do you keep them?