Coming from a military family, the travel bug bit Laura Cahill early on. Born in Honolulu and raised in the Chicago area, she traveled all over the US with her family as a child - particularly to the Rocky Mountain West to explore its national parks. Her love of travel has taken her throughout Southeast Asia, Europe, Latin America, and Antarctica. When not traveling, you can find Laura photographing graffiti in the city or wildflowers in the woods, playing roller derby, or trying to find the perfect street food.

Sri Lanka Boat Safari in Gal Oya National Park

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Wilderness safaris are life changing experiences but they do have their draw backs; dusty roads, grinding gears, and whining jeep engines. These are minor inconviences to see some spectaclur scenery and wildlife, but what if you could have this experience without those inconviences? Imagin...
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Kayaking through Rural Myanmar

Hpa An
One of the best ways to get off the beaten path in SE Asia is to hop in a kayak! Much of local life in Asia revolves around water, so floating through the countryside is a great way to experience rural life and see some spectacular scenery. Leaving the city of Yangon behind to explore little known areas in Myanmar,  like Kayin State,...
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Cycle through Angkor Wat

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 From tour buses to tuk-tuks, there are many ways to visit Cambodia's treasured Angkor Wat temple complex, but if you're looking for a truly intimate experience immersed in the beauty of Mother Nature and the spirituality of the temples, nothing will bring you closer to this than visiting Angkor by bicycle. More than two million foreigner...
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Visit Khao Yai National Park with Wildland!

Khao Yai Grasslands
Located a short 3-hour drive from Bangkok, Khao Yai National Park is a beautiful sanctuary for a diverse collection of wildlife encompassing 320 species of birds and 66 species of mammals, including a healthy population of about 200 wild elephants. It is the oldest of the national parks in Thailand and part of a large forest complex declared a Worl...
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Why Travel to Cambodia?

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Cambodia is a striking country worth visiting as much for its people as for its culture. Many people run through this country too fast, ticking Angkor Wat off their list and moving on. But Cambodia is home to so much more in vibrant cities rich with history both ancient and modern, pristine white sand beaches, and passionate welcomin...
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