The first 6 months of travelhelix have been crazy, exciting & humbling. Here's a snapshot of what's gone down in the life of DnA since launch.
The wilderness that surrounds Lake Bohinj is a vibrant medley of wetlands, wildlife, flora, fauna & folklore. This isolated oasis in Triglav National Park is truly unlike any other in Europe’s Julian Alps.
An hour of Zen from our hilltop in Postojna left us eager to explore and soak in more of Slovenia’s beautiful landscape. Just one question loomed: what do we do for the next 24 hours?
In the "Don't leave home without 'em" series, we'll talk about products, partners, services & resources that have enhanced or streamlined our travels in one way or another. Welcome to part 1!
This is the story of our experience in the village of Vela Luka – on the Croatian island of Korčula – where a stranger’s recommendation for good food and music led us to discover a humanitarian cause supporting a community in need.
The locals of Korčula have carved out a little getaway that is relatively unknown to most tourists: the uninhabited island of Proizd. Also known as the Island of Love, Proizd is a day-trip destination that offers silence & sanctuary, just a half hour from the west coast of Korčula.
Mljet – Croatia’s Green Island – is 90% forest, 10% water, and 100% tranquility. If you’re looking for an off-the-beaten-path alternative to some of the more tourist-saturated Croatian islands, look no further than this serene island paradise. Even in mid-July, the island felt empty.
Every year, more than 1 million tourists visit Croatia’s Plitvice Lakes National Park, yet at certain times during our visit, we felt completely alone with nature. Much of that had to do with how we planned our trip. Follow this guide, and beat the crowds in one of the world’s most extraordinary aquatic environments.
This comprehensive guide offers an active itinerary for those looking to explore Montenegro's coastline, canyons, saltwater sanctuaries and freshwater escapes.
Protected by mountains, blessed by sunshine, and fed by the clear, blue waters of the Adriatic, the Bay of Kotor is the heart & soul of Montenegro. The surrounding coastline includes dense forests, man-made islands, walled cities, humble villages, and one of the world’s most luxurious marinas.