Construido en 2014 en Nuquí, Colombia. Imagenes por Tomas Botero, Luisa F. Garcia. La comunidad indígena es conocida como Puerto Jagua, a orillas del río Chorí en inmediaciones del poblado de Jurubira que a su vez pertenece al...
There's nothing more American than hitting the open road with the windows down, the music up, and a cooler full of beer in the backseat (you know, for later). Sure, the game has changed a little—smartphones have all but rendered guidebooks and crumpled maps obsolete—but one essential question remains: where to go? Look no further. We hand-picked the ten best, most adventure-packed road trips in the country.
Giethoorn is one of the most enchanting villages in the world. It's a town with no roads. Like, seriously. None. Instead the 3,000 inhabitants move about by canoeing over 4 miles of canals and walking on 180 bridges. The Netherlands village was founded in AD 1230 by fugitives who had escaped from the Mediterranean. It's since been given the nickname the "Venice of the Netherlands." In addition to boaters, the townsfolk regularly cycle and sail.
Lake Powell: Utah/Arizona Desert Houseboating: Take a houseboat cruise through the red-rock desert wilderness. Created by Glen Canyon Dam in northern Arizona, the vast lake stretches for nearly 200 miles into uninhabited southern Utah and includes more than 80 side canyons where yours will often be the only boat.