If you’re old enough, you may remember carrying maps in your car and telling family the phone number of the place you’re going. But who does that these days, when you just have your phone on you at all times? Well, if you’re heading out for a hiking or camping trip, you may need to resurrect some old-school habits.
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Whether it’s a weekend of camping, a full-blown music festival or a den in the backyard, there’s a good chance you’ll end up in a tent this season. (And if not, why not?)
Now, as we all know, camping comes with a few restrictions… You have limited space, limited privacy and damn, those guy ropes have a shin vendetta, but there’s no reason any of this should get in the way of your sex life. After all, an impromptu camping trip can make a great low cost romantic getaway.
It's hard to look on the bright side when you're stranded in the dark. That's why it pays to keep a flashlight or two handy -- just in case. Fortunately, you can outfit yourself with two UltraBright 500-Lumen Tactical Military Flashlights for a fraction of their normal price.
Australia has a reputation for having lots of deadly animals - but we're actually pretty safe from apex predators. As long as you keep out of the water and don't attempt to box a kangaroo, you're relatively safe from harm. Not so in America, where mountain lions have been known to kill and eat humans. If you're every hiking in the US and bump into one of these surly cats, here's what to do.
Not all adventures are done in daylight. Whether you're camping in Yosemite or stargazing in Half Dome, you're going to need a flashlight to navigate. Fortunately, you can score a two-pack of UltraBright 500-Lumen Tactical Military Flashlights for 70 percent off.
National parks are some of the most scenic, historic places you can visit. This makes them great places to check out when you're travelling overseas. National Geographic photographer Jonathan Irish visited every US national park last year to find hidden gems most travellers don't often reach. He shared a few of his top finds with Travel + Leisure.
You might not think it by looking at them, but Bambi and his hoofed friends pack a serious wallop. Depending on the situation and time of year, deer and moose can be deadlier than a sharp-toothed predator. Here's what you need to know to keep those crushing hooves and sharp antlers away on your next US holiday.
Australia has a reputation for snakes, but don't think that you'll be safe on your great American holiday. Out of the over 100 types of snake in the US, the deadly rattlesnake is one of the only ones that gives you a warning before it sinks its venom-injecting fangs into you. Still, plenty of people manage to get bitten by them every year. Here's what you should do if hear that rattling sound, and how to survive if you get bit.