Now that we’re a week into the New Year we’d like to address something that never fails. The same thing occurs every year, people around the world countdown the final seconds of December 31st with a sense of hope. Everyone does it, we enter the New Year with goals of losing weight, gaining muscle, visiting exotic destinations, finding love, getting that promotion etc. and the truth is…travel enthusiasts are no different. Many travellers create a bucket list of ‘must-see’ locations, cliffs to jump off, mountains to climb, or beaches to visit. We applaud and stand behind all adventures and resolutions and would even like to offer some of our own. Continue to reading to find the Wildthentic list of our Top 5 Travel Resolutions for 2018. 1. Plan More. We know, we know, planning does not come easy to all. Some people are planners and some aren’t but it is for this reason that you

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Greenland is the autonomous country within the Kingdom of Denmark that we love. Greenland is one of our favorite places in the world. It is a country filled with wonder, so much so that it gets regular visits from the green serpent in the sky! Apart from being able to witness the Aurora Borealis, Greenland also offers snowy paradise, and magical icefjords. This enchanted island is home to unique traditions, Christmas being one of them. Christmas is a very important festival in Greenland and although it is a popular and somewhat ‘mainstream’ celebration, Greenland has managed to make it its own. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Christmas in Greenland. Greenlandic gift giving and the spreading of holiday cheer. Nestled within Greenland’s icy slopes are the villages of the Polar Inuits. These families like to visit each other and have parties during this time of year. It is typical for the families to drink coffee, share

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Most people live their lives in search of wonder and excitement. We all want to live a life full of adventure and love and it seems like the older we get the more difficult it is to feel these emotions. That is why, at Wildthentic, we believe that travel is necessary. It is important to get out and about and witness the beauty and magnificence the world has to offer. Stepping out of the mundane not only grants you moments of awe but also a life full of gifts and growth. That is why this week’s post is dedicated to one of the most stunning locations on our website, the Perito Moreno Glacier. The Perito Moreno Glacier is in Southern Patagonia’s Los Glaciares National Park More specifically the glacier is part of the Patagonian Ice Field. This broad landscape feeds dozens of glaciers located in southern Chile and Argentina. What makes this glacier stand out

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We’ve all heard the term ‘Millennial’ and chances are some of you fall within this category. Millennials are the children of baby boomers who were born roughly somewhere between the early 1980s to the early 2000s. These humans grew up with Macintosh computers, took typing classes in school, and probably have an unhealthy obsession with Harry Potter and or Lord Of The Rings. But, what sets Millennials apart from the other generations is the fact that they have grown up in a time of a massive technological boom and shift. Today’s 20 to 30 year-olds have survived the economic recession, for the most part, and are currently in control of the global economy’s buying and spending power. Today’s article discusses one of these aspects; travel. Millennial travel has created its own sector in the travel industry and because of this, everything has changed. The consumer no longer views travelling as a luxury, it has now

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We all have to start somewhere. No one is born being a travel expert. Learning the Art of travel takes time, money, and energy. For those of you who are well travelled keep scrolling, this article isn’t for you. This article is for the travel beginners who are looking for ways to begin their adventures. Read on to find the top 5 tips for a beginner traveller according to Wildthentic. Figure out your phone situation First thing is first; make sure your smartphone is unlocked. This will allow you to get a local sim card for a lot cheaper than what roaming or most international plans will cost you. Don’t fall for the overpriced travel data plans. Do your research. Talk to someone who has been to the country you plan on traveling to and make sure you have a reliable plan. Remember, local SIM will make your life a lot easier and not force

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What makes something WOW worthy? What makes something life changing? These are questions that most travel junkies have asked themselves. We all wonder what makes something great and what distinguishes the good from the FANTASTIC. The truth is, not only are these questions somewhat difficult to measure they are also subjective. With that being said, we think we have the answer. We as Wildthentic believe to have unlocked the WOW code and figured out how to guarantee the travel experience of a lifetime. We created an in-depth checklist which all of our Wildthentic experiences must fulfill in order to meet our requirements. Below are our core values, to preselect the said experience. Adventure in Nature Let’s not kid ourselves; Wildthentic caters to those with an adventurous spirit. After all, the word “Wild” is in our name! Adventure is one of the factors that separate our experiences from the rest. We make sure that our travellers

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There are few things in this world that are as soul stirring as seeing the Northern Lights. Many people have tried to capture this magnificent phenomenon and despite all the beautiful pictures and first story accounts, all of it pales in comparison. Seeing the Aurora Borealis aka the Northern Lights should definitely be on everyone’s bucket list. Lucky, we know where you can get a spectacular view of this fascinating appearance! Go see the Northern Lights in Greenland. Did you know that Greenland is one of the best places in the world to see the Northern Lights? Aurora sightings occur in the Auroral Zone. According to the ESA, European Space Agency, “The auroral zone is a ring of light emission created by the precipitation of particles in the atmosphere and centered around the magnetic pole.” Not only do certain parts of Greenland fall within the auroral zone, it is also notorious for its 300 clear-sky

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Traveling is exciting. It leads to adventures and new growth opportunities. This online website has featured articles about traveling with a partner as well as the overall benefits of travel. Now it’s time we discuss the fun world of traveling with a friend and or friends. Better yet, this article will focus on questions you should ask yourself as well as your friend before you decide to take the travel plunge! Read on to see what questions you should not only ask yourself but also your future travel companion. Here are the four questions you should ask before deciding to travel with a friend. What do you want out of this trip? This should definitely be the first thing to address. In order to ensure that both you and your friend get the most out of the experience it is important that your priorities are aligned. Do not be afraid to discuss what you want

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Andorra is undoubtedly one of our favorite places on the planet. Of course, we might be a little biased considering it’s where Wildthentic originates. Who can blame us? This incredible micro-state is sandwiched between two marvelous countries, Spain and France, and is tucked away in an incredible mountain range. Andorra is easily overlooked considering its small size but believe us, it’s a gem. This tiny European country is not only part of the marvelous Pyrenees mountains but it is also home to stunning lakes, historic museums, and lovely villages. Andorra is located in Europe but is not part of the EU. This allows for Andorra to be a tax haven. Most locals around the area will tell you that until recently Andorra was their winter wonderland tax haven. Most people took the trip to Andorra in order to enjoy some TLC that includes nature and shopping! Now Andorra has made major developments in tourism and

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As you know, we love everything about Argentina. We’ve written about this magnificent country multiple times. Because the world of travel is huge and exciting there are always new facts and tips to discover. We have complied a list of the top 5 things you should know in order to prepare for visiting Argentina. Size is something to consider when you prepare for visiting Argentina Yes, of course you know Argentina is big. Argentina’s size is no secret. But, overzealous travelers tend to want to pack a lot into their trip. We get it…you’re excited! We get excited too! We’re just saying that one can easily spend months discovering Buenos Aires or Patagonia. Keep distances and activities in mind in order to remain realistic. Plan the kind of trip you want to have before hand in order to help with time management. Would you like to have a wine and food adventure? Make it a cultural trip?

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Most people know that Greenland’s name is quite misleading. Greenland isn’t very green (most of the time) considering massive ice caps and permanent glaciers cover it. This strange factor is what makes food in Greenland such an interesting topic. Greenland’s land is mostly barren meaning a major portion of their food comes from the Ocean! Traditional Greenlandic cuisine is based on the meat from marine animals and the occasional bird. Globalization has since affected Greenland’s gastronomy making it a lot more diverse. International trade has lead to many distinct advances in cooking. But, rest assured Greenland is holding on to its traditions. Wonderful displays of modern cooking with classic Greenlandic ingredients have been on the rise. Food in Greenland is more than just sustenance It is history. Food is tradition. Food in Greenland forms part of a larger culture, a culture that prides itself on hunting and forming tight bonds with family and friends. Those who

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Argentina is a fun-loving, exciting, and beautiful country in South America. We’ve all heard stories of Patagonia and Argentina’s incredible food. Heck, we’ve even written about it. But there is more to this massive country than you might imagine. Not only is there adventure, great food, and wonderful scenery in Argentina, there are also spectacular festivals. South Americans definitely know how to party. So, if you’re thinking of traveling to this part of the world but haven’t made a decision yet let us help you out. Read on to learn about the festivals in Argentina. Cosquín Festival This folklore celebration takes place in the small town of Cosquín located within the province of Cordoba. A favorite among locals, this festival is not only one of the most important festivals in Argentina but in Latin America as well. This grand celebration lasts 9 days and takes place during the second half of January. The Cosquín Festival

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Traveling is sometimes daunting but always exciting. Traveling is not only good for you but it also brings you closer to yourself as well as those around you. Some people choose to travel in groups, others solo, and other with their significant other. Getting through the anxieties of visiting foreign territories is not always easy but it is easier with someone by your side. We’d like to share a few tips on how to keep love alive while traveling as a couple. Read on to find couple approved tips on how to keep you and your loved one’s spark alive while taking a break from ‘real life’. Work date night into your ' traveling as a couple ' schedule This is a simple tip. It can get easily lost especially while getting swept away with all the new and exciting experiences of traveling. We all know that traveling is an expense and that sometimes splurging

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We’ve all been there, wanting to go somewhere ‘exotic’ and ‘cool’ but don’t out of fear. This article will focus on the do’s and don’ts of travel. Hopefully we can help you and others avoid unsafe travel situations. First thing’s first… Research Research Research Read about the country you are traveling to. Visit national websites as well as online forums that give you a heads up as to what to look out for. Websites like Fodor’s, Frommer’s, and Lonely Planet are exceptionally helpful. These online guidebooks remain up-to-date and contain extensive amounts of helpful information. Also ask friends and family who have been to the region for a little advice. Don’t be afraid to ask relatives to reach out to someone they know and trust in the area who can help you or give you some pointers. Whatever information or inside tips you can gather is always welcome. It is also important familiarize yourself with the traditions and customs of

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When someone mentions sightseeing you probably think of important buildings or maybe iconic statues or streets. Well, this case is different. We’re going to be talking about a different type of sightseeing. In fact this isn’t going to be a post about what not to miss when visiting a particular city. This is about two of our favorite topics, Nature and hiking in Argentina. It is no secret that we love Argentina and all it has to offer. Among those offerings is a spectacular amount of wilderness. In fact, one of the factors that sets Argentina apart from South America and the rest of the world for that matter is its high biodiversity. This is why it really pays to go hiking in Argentina. Imagine witnessing all the fantastic flora and fauna that paints this stunning country all the way from the North to the South. What better way to discover new sights and animals than to

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