Wilderness adventurer John Davis is on a mission to restore and protect our wildlife habitats. To make his point, he just completed a 7,500-mile journey using nothing but manpower. Find out how he thinks he big trip will make a difference.
Have you ever wanted to really experience America? Writer Colin Flaherty did so he quit his job and traveled cross-country for a year. He did it all relying on his thumb — hitchhiking the entire way. He shares stories from the road.
John Suscovich is leaving behind his job with Howard Stern to spend the next two years cycling around the world with his wife, visiting craft breweries and organic farms. He says he’s simply spreading retirement out over his entire life.
She’s a former ballerina who discovered a new way of living on the back of a horse. Find out why she now spends years traveling thousands of miles with just her two horses and a dog.
Pat Johnson and her friend Regina Fraser had a wild idea — they left their successful careers behind to launch a travel show that showcased their passion for arts, culture and friendships. Now the “Grannies on Safari” are a wild success.
In these tough economic times, many families are discovering that necessity is the mother of reinvention. When their dreams of early retirement vanished, David and Carol Porter decided to pursue their passion for travel.
Explorer Dan Buettner is one of the world’s leading experts on the longevity habits of some of the healthiest people on Earth. Now, he’s sharing what’s he’s learned about the happiest people in the world.
Should high school seniors put off college for a year to go travel the world? That’s what one woman, who has spent 24 years traveling the globe, thinks, and she’s hoping to start a national movement.
How far would you go to make a difference? Would you ride a bike 100,000 miles over 10 years? That’s what Glenn Fenster has done to shine a light on a disease that affects his son and hundreds of thousands other Americans.
He’s an unlikely renaissance man whose voice is known to millions of public radio listeners. But it’s his global adventures that are the real story.