Suddenly, silence swept through trees. You just entered Jungle pace.
Meanwhile, somewhere in the DR the heat has you lulled to a gear below your usual pace, you sit below the shade of a large tree. This is what it sounds like
Watch as the clouds envelop the sky, mountains and each other. This timelapse is about 2-3 hours scaled down to around 30 seconds! Enjoy.
Gliding on glassy waters, early morning sunlight peering through the tangles of mangrove mystery, just you and the wildlife. Press play. :)
A list of tested areas for camping in the Dominican Republic. Camping here will allow you to visit the island on a budget with a gazillion star rating ;)
How far can 100 USD get you? It took me pretty far and on a lot of adventures. Check out our WTAB 100 Dollar Challenge video!
The island of the DR is a beautiful place. There are 9 ecological regions in a pretty small area. Check out our Landscapes of the Dominican Republic photos!
Sometimes it’s not the destination, it’s the journey. Paragliding in the Dominican Republic is fun. Getting there is even more fun.
We’re allergic to resorts, thankfully the Dominican Republic has many beaches out of the all-inclusive gate. Here’s our Top Beaches in the Dominican Republic
Visiting landmarks is fun. Being a child is more fun. See our short little story from Dunas de Bani.
One of the best ways I’ve used my camera was this photo essay through the streets of Cabarete capturing the kids of the Dominican Republic.
Check out this photo essay from Las Salinas salt farm below and think of these guys the next time you salt your food!
It’s all fun and games until someone gets stuck in the mud. Then it’s a circus riot. All about our misadventures on the way to the Aguas Blancas waterfalls!
We loved this place so much we got married there. A wonderful spot for ocean lovers looking for a classy hang-out. Be sure to stop by The Beach Club
Never having seen a crocodile I went on the hunt, crocodile hunting, but not the kind of hunting you’re thinking of.
Crossing borders is a hassle. It always is, but in the third world, it can be flat out intimidating. Here are our top ten third world border crossing tips.
Jolly rancher blue water, cliff jumping and hanging with the locals – Bassin Bleu, Haiti.
The tropics is all about sun, ocean, and sazón! But if you’ve gotten your fill, think about a retreat to the Dominican Alps before buying a ticket out.
Did you know that one species of lizard actually grabs onto surfaces at a molecular level. Check out the lizards of the Dominican Republic.