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Lora is an adventure travel blogger based out of Toronto, Canada. Raised on a rock in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, she has a deep love for nature and wildlife. Lora has traveled to over 57 countries and is working towards her goal of visiting every country in the world, all while finding the best adventures that each one has to offer. On her blog, she shares her adventures around the world and aims to inspire others to find their adventure.

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Took a chance on Chance Cove ✨ . There is one highway that goes across Newfoundland that I’ve never found particularly exciting. But It’s weird to think how many times I’ve driven across it and been so close to beautiful places like this without knowing. When you turn off and explore these small communities along the coast, that’s where the magic of this province is. I’m loving seeing everyone exploring locally this summer! Have you found any hidden gems near where you live?

Best Hiking Spots in Hawaii to Consider – Explore with Lora

The following is a guest post by Via Travelers, a modern travel-blog focused on helping you learn the best travel tips, hacks and itineraries to travel the world. The Hawaiian Islands are popular for their attractive features like majestic mountains, volcanoes, serene beaches and a vast variety of hiking trails. If you are searching for the top hiking spots in Hawaii, the Diamond Head Crater Summit is the best option. Via Travelers is a modern travel-blog focused on helping you learn the best travel tips, travel hacks and itineraries to explore the world.

Constantly amazed by the beauty and diversity of this trail! It’s been such a cool experience to hike through the coastline of Newfoundland. Honestly when I started I was expecting each trail to be pretty similar but they haven’t been at all. Whales dancing in the ocean, red cliffs, lighthouses, dense forests, shades of blue water that look so tropical (but I can assure you it’s not :P) . As I’ve gotten further away from the city and onto the trails along the Irish loop it’s only gotten better. I really enjoyed the La Manche village trail which features this 50m suspension bridge. Excited to see what the rest of the trail brings and hopefully complete it soon. Of course I left the most difficult hikes for the end! 😂

12 of the Best Treks in Nepal that aren't Everest Base Camp – Explore with Lora

While trekking Everest base camp is no doubt an incredible experience, it’s not the only trek in Nepal, and not necessarily the best. The Ghorepani Poon Hill trek is one of the easier routes in Nepal, it’s a perfect route to do as an acclimatization hike before attempting one of more challenging high-altitude treks. Sitting at 6,189 m above sea level, Island Peak is an entry-level mountaineering peak in Nepal offering some of the best trekking and views of the Himalaya mountain range. Makalu Base Camp is a trek east of the Everest region to the base of the world’s fifth highest mountain.

Happy Hikers 🐶 When I came back to Canada after the pandemic started and realized I was going to be in the same place for more then a couple of months (something very scary to me 😂) I decided to foster a dog, which is something I can never do because of all my travel! I couldn’t have asked for a better adventure partner. I also made a goal while I was home to hike all 26 trails of the East Coast Trail (326km total) and every day she is down for the task. Together we have hiked over 200km of trails together! She’s the best explorer, and genuinely helps me discover new paths. It looks like I’ll be sending her off to her forever home soon and I’m pretty bummed out about it, but forever grateful for the time we’ve had. TL;DR Dogs and hiking make pandemics better

6 Reasons Why June is the best time to visit Iceland – Explore with Lora

Find out why visiting Iceland in June is the perfect time to visit this beautiful country, the best things to do, and an Iceland summer packing list. On June 21, the summer solstice, the sun is visible for the full 24 hours in the Westfjords and North Iceland. Celebrating the Summer Solstice (June 21st) in a place where they have 24 hours of daylight is cool regardless, but Iceland has an entire music festival to celebrate it. That being said, If you visit Iceland in June then I highly recommend leaving Reykjavik to visit some of the amazing attractions Iceland has to offer.

Another year around the sun ☀️ Not quite the birthday I thought I’d be having in Austria but that will have to wait until next year. I got to explore my beautiful province and spend it with my family for the first time in 7 years so silver linings! Plus my Airbnb didn’t get burgled this year, so bonus points for that. 30 has been a crazy year. 13 countries, quitting my job, condensing my life into 7 boxes, a global pandemic; it’s certainly had its highs and lows. I can’t summarize it all here so I wrote a blog post with my highs and lows of 30 if you want to know more about my life and what I’ve been feeling lately. Truthfully I haven’t been doing great, but I gotta feeling change is just around the corner. ☺️

The best stops along Iceland's Stunning Snaefellsnes peninsula – Explore with Lora

How to get around Iceland’s Snaefellsnes Peninsula To get around the Snaefellsnes Peninsula you will either need a car to drive it yourself, or join a guided tour. If your with friends or don’t mind driving alone, renting a car and taking a self drive along the Snaefellsnes Peninsula is a great option as it gives you the freedom and flexibility to stop at many sights and stay as long as you want. How long to spend on the Snaefellsnes Peninsula It is possible to drive the Snaefellsnes Peninsula in one day, but it will be a very busy and long day, and you will have to pick and choose the stops you want to visit. This is a great rest stop for gas and food, or a place to spend the night if you’re been exploring in the park all day.

(42/55) Probably the most amazing place on earth. The first day I got to the Galápagos Islands I went to a free swimming spot (yes, there are free things to do there) and jumped in the water. Almost immediately after getting in a sea lion came right up to me and started playing. I lost my mind. I thought it was the most amazing thing in the world and that I was incredibly lucky this sea lion had blessed me with his presence. Shortly after I realized this is pretty common and sea lions are EVERYWHERE in the islands, but I never got sick of it. Every day I was amazed I could jump in the water and swim along with these cute guys. They also make good friends to watch the sunset with! I love wildlife so much so the Galápagos was like being in heaven for me. Looking back it almost feels like a dream 😍

(41/55) If you want to travel to another planet without leaving earth, visit this area of Bolivia just after Chile. I’m obsessed with overland travel and one of my favorite country hopping trips ever was this 3-day 4x4 your from San Pedro de Atacama Chile to the salt flats of Bolivia. We passed through deserts, salt flats, geysers, hot springs, thousands of flamingos, llamas and more. Such a great way to travel between the two countries! Do you prefer to travel overland or fly? ✈️

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