All Posts By: Annual Adventure

4 Days in Norway’s Lofoten Islands – A Road Trip Itinerary

February 27, 2018 By Annual Adventure Norway

Norway’s Lofoten Islands are an unmistakable sight if you’ve spent absolutely any amount of time looking at travel photography. With its dramatic peaks rising sharply out of the Norwegian Sea, the scenery is unlike anywhere else on earth. Throw in some quaint red and yellow fishing cabins, and you’ve got yourself a cozy Instagrammer’s paradise! […]

The view from the top of Reinebringen, located in Norway's Lofoten islands.

Hiking Reinebringen – The Most Beautiful View In The World

November 17, 2017 By Annual Adventure Norway

Yup, I said it. Reinebringen, located in Norway’s Lofoten islands, is the most beautiful view in the world. It’s simple scientific fact and surely impossible to dispute in the comments section of this post. After traveling through such scenic places as Iceland, the Faroe Islands, and Antarctica, there is no better place to sit and […]

The Ultimate Adventure Travel Gift Guide

November 15, 2016 By Annual Adventure Travel Advice

Deciding what to get someone for the holidays can be way more stress than it should. There’s always that one person who is impossible to shop for, who doesn’t want anything or already has it all. Well, have no fear! Here’s a guide to a wide variety of adventure travel gifts to help spark the […]

Faroe Islands Itinerary – 5 Scenic and Serene Days

October 27, 2016 By Annual Adventure Faroe Islands

The Faroe Islands are one of the best destination for travelers looking for stunning, unique scenery without huge crowds. After news broke that just American tourists in Iceland  this year will outnumber the local population, it might be time to find a less busy place to indulge in your landscape love. Despite the Faroe Islands posting […]

10 Amazing Things to See in the Faroe Islands

October 20, 2016 By Annual Adventure Faroe Islands

The Faroe Islands are home to one of the most unique landscapes in the world. However, despite being named the top destination in 2015 by National Geographic, these islands remain surprisingly untouched by tourists. I visited in the height of tourist season, and even then I found the roads to be completely empty of traffic, quiet restaurants, […]