Isla Rosario, Colombia

One of the last holdouts for authenticity in the world we find paradise close to an international tourist destination. This intimate island holds lots more than just tranquil beaches and friendly faces. Rosario islands consist of 80 archipelago just an hour boat ride southwest of Cartagena! This special island is home to some wonderful local…

Daintree Rainforest, Queensland Australia

The oldest living entity on the planet lies along the northeastern coastline of Australia.  Over 250 million years have gone by with the Daintree expanding and contracting as the tectonic shifts shaped the rainforest of today and the creatures it houses.  This is where the barrier reef ends and the mangroves begin, the brackish estuaries…

Great Barrier Reef, Australia

Diving and snorkeling on the great barrier reef is unparalleled and simply leaves you breathless with the spectacular wonders and creatures held in these waters. You never know what wonders await you underwater! I was fortunate enough to meet these unforgettable creatures over my 9 dives.

Machu Picchu, Peru

One of the seven wonders of the world Lies atop the Andes Mountain in the Inca Sacred Valley in Peru. Ancient Incan civilizations sat atop this incredible site once and used it for parties, rituals and ceremonies for over 100 days a year.  The Inca devised irrigation systems and crop alterations that are mind blowing…

Diamond Beach, Iceland

Crystal clear hunks of glacial debris washing up on the jet black sands of Diamond Beach is undoubtedly one of the world’s most stunning sights.  Driving up from Vik and past the Skaftafell glacier you pass the Glacier Lagoon Jokulsarlon, and Ice Bay where you come upon a steel bridge with a large parking area to…

Seljavellir – Iceland’s Secret Thermal Springs

Icelanders love their natural hot springs and have been bathing out in the thermal springs for hundreds of years.  Taking advantage of the year long warm waters the Icelanders socialize out in the warm pools as a national pastime.  Many great places to enjoy the springs are all over the island. The Blue Lagoon is a…

Jokulsarlon, Iceland’s Glacier Bay

Striking shades of blues, greys and whites streak across wide layers of ice formed by ages of precipitation and centuries of snowfall compressed into the Skaftafell Glacier forcing the weight of the ice to creep and flow down toward the Atlantic sea. The incredible power of  nature is demonstrated in Jokulsarlon bay as you see school bus…

Isla Mujeres Street Art

Everywhere you look on Isla Mujeres you will find wonderful street art. Here on the island there are beautiful pieces being commissioned for environmental awareness specifically for Oceans and whale shark protection, by the PangeaSeed Sea Walls Murals for Oceans Project. Artists have been painting ocean themed murals to help raise awareness for the ocean…

Cenotes, Yucatan Peninsula

Soft limestone in the Yucatan gets eroded over time forming gigantic cenotes dotting the Yucatan peninsula edge where the impact crater that wiped out the dinosaurs hit the earth so many millions of years ago.  The mayans believe that the caves and cenotes were literally gateways into the underworld.  When drought came they sacrificed many…

Sea Turtles Nesting in Cancun!

Starting in May each year the loggerhead turtles begin crawling up the shores of Cancun to lay their eggs in the dunes. 40 to 60 days later tiny baby turtles being breaking out of their soft skins and crawling out of the sand toward the rough ocean waters for the first time.  They have to…