The World Inspires

Art of Adventure Magazine

From the Field

San Diego – The Real California Dream?

San Diego – The Real California Dream?

Nathan Ziebart

When I travelled to California two summers ago, I went with expectations of Los Angeles being a place “larger than life” where celebrities are around every corner, and the weather is always perfect. This is not so. Upon...

May 24, 2016No Comments

Adoption Adventures:  Ethiopia from an adoption perspective.

Adoption Adventures: Ethiopia from an adoption perspective.

November 28, 2015

If the adoption journey were a painting, it would be a Picasso. It distorts your reality but the outcome, though different, is strangely beautiful....

Five Curious Delicacies of Asia

Five Curious Delicacies of Asia

November 9, 2015

Note: Not for the faint of heart. Or anyone who wants to enjoy their dinner tonight. Asia is known for its beautiful landscapes, diverse ...

View All »

Why YOU should do an exchange

Why YOU should do an exchange

I recently returned to Germany from a seven-month adventure as an international exchange student at Kelowna Secondary School and I hope I can inspire some of you to just go for it and go on an exchange. Friends: It’s awesome to make ...

May 24, 2016No Comments

Hike to Get High

Hike to Get High

Amanda Ketch, Kelowna Secondary School, British Columbia

You should probably go on a hike and here’s why: Those who hike regularly will agree with me, there’s nothing like a good hike. The feeling of waking up early, packing a lunch, or possibly food for a few days, filling...

January 14, 2016No Comments

  • Isolated Tribes in the Amazon September 28, 2015

View All »

Pipiwai Hiking Trail

Pipiwai Hiking Trail

Rachel Bostock, From the Field

Over spring break I had the privilege to enjoy the sights of Maui, and more specifically, it’s breathtaking east side; an area world renowned for its towering waterfalls and dense jungles of diverse...

May 24, 2016No Comments

East of Eden:  Life on the Streets of Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside

East of Eden: Life on the Streets of Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside

Earlier this year I went on a field trip that started with going to an abandoned insane asylum then going to the poorest postal code in Canada. The psychology east hasting trip was an unbelievably eye...

November 28, 2015No Comments

Motorbikes and Meat in the Mediterranean

Motorbikes and Meat in the Mediterranean

September 9, 2015

World’s Smallest Continent, World’s Most Fascinating Place

World’s Smallest Continent, World’s Most Fascinating Place

September 8, 2015

Vaishno Devi Temple a Haven for Hindus and Tourists Alike

Vaishno Devi Temple a Haven for Hindus and Tourists Alike

April 9, 2015

View All »

Atlanta: A City Misunderstood

Atlanta: A City Misunderstood

Akeem Johnston

I didn’t plan the trip. My father was going to Atlanta for business and I decided to follow along. I obviously didn’t expect much, as Atlanta is more known for murders...

May 24, 2016No Comments

Why a Road Trip is What you Really Need

Why a Road Trip is What you Really Need

December 7, 2015

A Well-Trained Traveler

A Well-Trained Traveler

October 28, 2015

World’s Smallest Continent, World’s Most Fascinating Place

World’s Smallest Continent, World’s Most Fascinating Place

September 8, 2015

View All »

Polls

Which places in South America would make your adventure bucket list? Aren't familiar with the places? Look 'em up!

View Results

Loading ... Loading ...
The World Inspires
The World Inspires