The Langtang Region is a much less traveled area of Nepal compared to the Everest Region and the Annapurna Region. You will not encounter crowds of people on the trails, only a small trickle, and the views are just as incredible.
Today, Wander Simply was featured on the King 5 Morning News in Seattle. A recording of the interview is available for your viewing below.
Saudi Arabia just starting issuing tourist visas for the first time ever! Naturally, I jumped on this opportunity as a chance to see a country that has been explored by very few travelers.
Saudi Arabia is probably the most conservative country on Earth, and the Kingdom’s rigid interpretation of Islam is strictly enforced throughout the country. Of course, non-Muslims are exempted from many of the religious requirements like praying 5 times a day, etc, but are still subject to cultural laws like no intermingling between men and women who are not related or married.
I recently figured out a method to buy domestic Mongolian train tickets online without going through a travel agency. I am fairly sure that this information is not anywhere else on the internet, so I wanted to share it for the benefit of Wander Simply readers and other travelers. I have tested it for train travel from Zamiin-Ude to Ulaanbaatar and can confirm it works.
I am excited to share a big update with you all today. A few weeks ago, I left my office job of 7 years. Today, I left my home of Seattle and will be traveling the world full time and writing about my adventures on Wander Simply.
Today is our big day- the official launch of Wander Simply! Explore the menu above to get an idea of the types of content we will be posting, and find us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram via the links at the top of the page. We hope that this site will help you find the best methods to make travel affordable and easy, so you can get out and explore the world. If you have any questions, just leave a comment on any of the pages and we will get back to you! Happy travels!