Where The Heck Is The Hummus?


We thought we would take a break from more of our serious travel topics to something that has been on our minds as of late. Hummus. Hummus is a dip that people love all over the world. The word hummus mean’s “chickpea” in Arabic. Many regions around the world claim to be the place where … Continue reading Where The Heck Is The Hummus?

Centering Indigenous Voices In Travel And Politics


At Travel Life Adventures a main focus of our core work is to bring community based, ethical, responsibly sourced tourism programs to communities around the world. In this work we seek out places where indigenous and traditionally under-represented populations can benefit from and engage with tourism in a positive way. We believe wholeheartedly that tourism … Continue reading Centering Indigenous Voices In Travel And Politics

We Can Combat Over Tourism If We Open Our Mind


Right now in the travel industry and among travelers there is more and more discussion about the topic of over-tourism. Some argue it isn’t really happening, others argue its not bad, others say there is nothing we can do about it To me this is not really a debate, it is happening and it is … Continue reading We Can Combat Over Tourism If We Open Our Mind

7 Easy Ways To Travel More Consciously And Decrease Your Impact


Today in the era of Instagram, Facebook and other forms of social media there are people posting about their last exciting trip, sparking a new movement of “wanderlust.” That ideas has become a daydream for many, packing it all up and seeing the world. Pretty photos only capture the most amazing moments, influencing how we … Continue reading 7 Easy Ways To Travel More Consciously And Decrease Your Impact

Photo Of The Week: Sherpa Dance


The Place In the Solukhumbu Region of Nepal sits a small village called Sibuje. It is perched on top of a hill overlooking a beautiful valley, with dazzling peaks as it’s back drop.The land is filled with rows of buckwheat fields, cows, green grass and teahouses. There is a small but beautiful monastery and school … Continue reading Photo Of The Week: Sherpa Dance