Travel With No Limits: The Adventurists

Dangerous, dirty and sure to be an experience you'll never forget

On the homepage of UK-based “travel” organizers The Adventurists, a deadpan warning clearly states: “Your chances of being seriously injured or dying as a result of taking part are high.” Still interested? The warning continues: “Individuals who have taken part in the past have been permanently disfigured, seriously disabled or lost their life.” If this sounds like your idea of a good time, you’re in …

Whimsy Travel: Adventure on a Budget

A new service that selects the cheapest and most in-season destinations

If returning to the same all-inclusive beach resort each year is your idea of the perfect holiday, then London-based travel startup Whimsy might not be for you. The newly minted web company prides itself on fostering exploration. The site utilizes an algorithm that combines cost savings with macro weather patterns—ensuring you don’t end up booking tickets to your dream destination only to find out later …

Best of CH 2014: Travel

From Tokyo's skyscrapers to the Blue Ridge Mountains, a look at 10 of our favorite travel stories from 2014

Travel serves as one of the greatest sources of new ideas, perspectives and creative inspiration. Over 2014, the CH team was lucky to have ventured around the world to renowned and remote destinations alike. Adventure remained a constant theme throughout the year, which saw us taking in a tiny music festival in the Faroe Islands, speeding across the world’s largest sand desert in Saudi Arabia …