Upcoming Trips
Valley of Fire Car Camping
Valley of Fire, in Nevada, is a 46,000 acres state park known for its stunning red sandstone formations, which illuminate the valley, especially at sunset, making it look as though it’s on fire. It is located just one hour northeast of Las Vegas, making for an easy drive from Southern California. A wander through the park’s many fascinating trails will take visitors past incredible formations like the White Domes, which are white sandstone formations known for their brilliantly contrasting color to the surrounding red sandstone. Of all the things to do in Nevada, this is one Silver State experience you can’t miss. More detail...
Japan Off and On the Beaten Path
Ah Japan, irasshaimase! Welcome to the land where everything just works. The land of convenience, the land of delicious food, paradox, naked strangers, and where respect permeates through every part of society and culture.In Japan the food can be described as clean and minimalist, but never simple, which probably sums up Japan as a whole. It’s a place that both lives up to, and out does, any expectation you have upon arrival. Yeah, they have amazing futuristic architecture, but they also have countless traditional wooden buildings in amongst it all. In this two week trip, we will visit the major highlights of Japan and trek off the beaten path. More detail...