Ah, Los Angeles. The City of Angels. With so much to do and so much to see it’s hard to imagine what one might do with only twenty-four hours? What are the most important stops to make? Where are the places that make Los Angeles so truly unique found? Well, if there were only twenty-four hours to explore this beautiful and unique city filled with diverse people, cuisines, landscapes, and ecosystems, it’s best to just get right into it. Continue at Source: 10 Activities And Events To To Do If You Have 24 Hours In Los Angeles
If, like most surfers, you’re just an occasional outdoorsman who wants nothing more than to score great waves in this technologically charged, convenience-modified Age of Information — quite frankly, you just can’t beat a surgical strike or storm chase. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t certain benefits to going full Papillon once in a while. Camping under the stars (and bugs), illuminated by the moonlight (or lightning), with only the sound of the ocean (or storm surge) to lullaby you to sleep. Because, like a wise man once said, If it looks good when you’re checking it, you’re already too late. And if you’re already staked-out and bagged-up once it does turn on — the rumble of fresh swell stirring you awake before the sharks have even heard the breakfast bell — it’ll feel like God’s giving you your own personal, That’s what’s up. Continue at Source: 10 Best Surfing Campsites on the East Coast
Unlike ‘Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara’, you don’t have to go to Spain in order to try various adventure sports. Here are the best places to try them in India.
Indian movies have taught many things. But the most important amongst them: “A life lived without adventure is a life wasted.” How true indeed! Adventure is necessary to bring spice to our boring, sedentary lifestyle. And what best than giving Adventure Sports a try? Once you try adventure sports, the adrenaline rush of that experience will never be matched by any other thing. Continue at Source: 10 Adventure Sports in India you need to try before turning 30
Top Family Fishing Destinations Sport Fishing Family fishing fun depends on easy access, calm waters and extra activities. Here are six destinations that keep families in mind.
As well known as Dubai is for serious indulgence, it’s just as serious about health and wellness too. With fierce competition among its spas, sports facilities and yoga studios, Dubai is a world-class wellness destination. We’ve put together some of the best ways to keep healthy and be active in Dubai, however long your stay. Continue at Source: Why Dubai is the latest wellness destination
Don’t let the rain ruin your fun. Head to these South Florida arcades, theaters, and museums whenever it’s pouring outside.
South Florida is known as a tropical paradise with a postcard-perfect climate, but every Floridian knows that facade fades in the summer. Afternoon thunderstorms are, at times, a daily nuisance, and they’re often unexpected. Sometimes, it’ll be blindingly sunny out in front of your windshield even as heavy, black clouds reflect from your sideview mirror.
As part of the testing for our annual Summer Buyer’s Guide, we gather a squad of expert riders, put them on the most promising new mountain bikes at a world-class destination, and let them rip. Then comes the hard part: determining the single best trail steed of the year. Over the past four tests, these rigs rose to the top. See more at Source: The Best Mountain Bikes of the Past Four Years
As a child, the start of summer was marked by a freezer full of Otter Pops, the sensation of your skin simultaneously being scorched and cooled by the Slip ‘n Slide, and the joyous knowledge that you had months before you had to go back to school. Now that we’re all older, the Otter Pops are still a given, but the rest of the list is more likely to include sampling a wide variety of session beers, hitting up a party lake, and doing some tubing. See more at Source: The 10 Stunning Summer Hikes Everyone Should Try At Least Once
While Geraint Thomas wannabes might tackle the Alps or Pyrenees, here are 10 less-challenging but equally scenic routes for families and newbies
It is possible to cycle all the way across south-west France, from Bordeaux on the Atlantic to Sète on the Mediterranean, following just one river and two canals. Beginners might prefer to pace themselves by cycling the second half, from Toulouse to Sète along the towpaths of the Canal du Midi. At 150 miles (240km), it is a decent distance, but is flat and can be broken up into manageable stages. The going can be a bit rough and bumpy, so consider investing in a gel saddle cover. Places to spend a night or two include the fortified city of Carcassonne, a short detour from the canal, and historic Béziers. See more at Source: 10 of the best easy cycling holidays in Europe
There’s a striking new building in Binz, Germany — an architectural marvel complete with turrets, multiple levels and an enviable seaside location.The twist? It’s made of sand.