Christmas is a time to indulge your loved ones and buy them those items they might not be able to justify buying themselves.
The same goes for campers, who might have been holding back from buying some pieces that would improve their camping experience due to expense. The following gifts will go down a storm with those people in your life that enjoy the great outdoors.
There is nothing worse than wandering around your camp in the same sweaty boots you wore all day, and North Face makes the perfect solution. The Nuptse slippers look like they’re made from a sleeping bag, and they are quite similar. For just $54, you can make sure there will be no more squelching around camp in wet muddy boots.
When it comes to jackets, the Patagonia Nano-Air hoody combines warmth and breathability and is perceived to be one of the best mid-layers you can buy. At $299, it’s not cheap but if you can’t spoil your family at Christmas, when will you spoil them.
While it’s not exactly a luxury item, there should be no skimping when it comes to maximizing your chances of survival if something goes wrong in the wilderness. With the SOL Origin Survival Tool, you have everything you need to alert others to your emergency situation, including a signal mirror, knife and various types of cord.
Every camper loves to take a multi-tool away with them, even though most attachments never get used. For that special camping fan in your life, why not splash out on a military-grade Letterman multi-tool. The Super Tool 300 EOD balances quality and affordability at $99.
Waterproof and water-resistant products can be used in the rain, sea, pool or any other water-based sport or activity. Here are some products that will keep you dry throughout the winter.
We can see it now and remember when it happened to us: Watching as the black car icon loops around and around, seemingly endlessly, and our wait time on the rideshare app continually changes. Long wait times and confused drivers are just a few bothersome issues that can nag at rideshare users. Need a solution? Ditch rideshares altogether in favor of renting a car on your next trip.
Muji is a Japanese retail company specializing in a variety of household goods and apparel. The company uses a minimalist approach to its products with a no logo and no brand policy. The manufacturing process is streamlined to reduce production and packaging waste.
If you already have your eye on a Caribbean vacation in 2020, make a point to see and experience some of the region’s latest offerings.
For most of us, time in the car is “me time.” You can listen to that podcast you’re captivated by, blast that pop song and sing along at the top of your lungs or listen to the next chapter in that biography e-book you’re almost finished. A road trip only amplifies those opportunities. So, next time you’re traveling by road, take the wheel and take control. Opt for a rental car on your next vacation, rather than a rideshare, taxi or public transportation, and enjoy the open road on your own terms.
Environmental tourism was born out of necessity — today's travelers are looking for more meaningful experiences and are increasingly conscious of the effects their thirst for adventure has on the environment. But the term comes with some degree of confusion. Read on to discover what exactly environmental tourism is and how it can shape the future of travel.