The hiking portion of Mr. Bike’s Jungle Trek involves 30km over the course of 3 days in the hills outside Hsipaw. There’s also a few hours float by inner tube (rapids included!) and a breezy trip down the Myitnge River by motorboat. Throw in a night in a remote treehouse and another in a hammock by the river. We avoided movements by local rebel armies and saw illegal burning of the forests after dark. Herders walking their buffalo to cash in on higher prices in China wondered if we were allowed to undertake such a trip. Indeed, in Myanmar anything goes. See the link in my bio for the full write up!
Had THE BEST birthday ever with Dan last night on board @bateauxlondon 's Symphony (that's a sparkler on the table btw in case you're wondering, my phone is a bit rubbish...) - so much delicious food in such a beautiful setting. Swipe to see! Except dessert because I ate that before I could take a photo, oops. I have been well and truly spoilt by Dan and my family, I am so lucky to have them in my life. It's his birthday next month and I have NO IDEA how to top this... Will have to get thinking 😉
Day 15: Todd Martin says in Grand Canyoneering that Blacktail Canyon has his 2nd favorite (next to Deer Creek) Muav narrows. But with so many beautiful lines, fun scrambles, pools, and little cascades I thought the Matkatamiba narrows were unrivaled!
@ the.online.business.coach Photo by @taylorglenn // Sunrise at Nankoweap. This is one of the more famous views deep within the Grand Canyon and was inhabited by the Ancestral Puebloans until the year 1200 when mysteriously they disappeared. There are 2 ways to reach this spot, by floating the Colorado river or an arduous hike from the North Rim. Watching the light dance through the canyon is incredible from any vista but it's especially beautiful from deep within these majestic walls. Follow @taylorglenn for more epic landscapes from national parks and beyond. #grandcanyon#arizona#coloradoriver#travel#rivertrip
Boats, Brews, and Babes on the Satilla River Water Trail near Woodbine, GA. The Satilla River is a blackwater river that originates entirely within the Georgia coastal plain and flows into the ocean off the GA coast just above Cumberland Island National Seashore. Given its free-flowing nature (no dams), rich biodiversity, Native American history, and a plethora of other unique facets, this 140 mile water trail is one to seek out and explore. Every year the @gaconservancy hosts a paddle that will not disappoint. Grab or borrow a boat, be lulled into the magic of south GA on the drive, and help keep this river recognized and protected. #satillariver#satillariverwatertrail @satillariverkeeper @jbuckmaster1 for 📸cred. @laurabuckmaster @hope.fulclimber @westfalenmaedchen #riverbabes#canoe#watertrails#rivertrip#canoeingadventures#canoelife