Today’s top travel story is about people who make adventure a lifestyle. Actually people who make adventure their lifestyle so that others can make it theirs too. Such souls are Julie and Reet Singh. These adrenaline seekers travel all over North America to find amazing adventures people can take, immersing themselves in the activities so they know firsthand what they’re like. Then they publish them on their website, TripOutside.com, so others can also enjoy beauty, discovery and rewards of out-of-house experiences. They focus their time on finding great destinations, partnering with the best local outfitters, and providing detailed information about ‘blow-your-socks-off’ experiences. Oh, and enjoying the heck out themselves in the process.
Blow Your Socks Off Adventure Experiences
A husband and wife team who share enthusiasm for outdoor adventure and travel, the Singhs left their corporate careers at a Fortune 30 company in 2017 to pursue their passions. Today TripOutside is a fully mobile company, allowing Julie and Reet to explore and curate top outdoor destinations while traveling full-time in their RV office with their office manager and cat Juke. When not traveling in search of vacation exotica in the western hemisphere, they spend time traveling internationally, visiting Reet’s family and helping stray dogs in India.
Vacation Exotica In The Western Hemisphere
Julie’s passions are outdoor adventure, wildlife and conservation, which works really well for Reet, a mountain climbing and back-country camping wanderer at heart. Both spend their free time mountain biking, hiking, paddle-boarding and snowboarding, and challenging themselves with ever new outdoor adventures. A vegan lifestyle keeps them healthy and doing what they love, with the person they love, so that other people can discover new things for them to love. Now, what’s not to love about that?
Doing What They Love, With The Person They Love
In response to the current virus crisis in India (where they currently are), Julie and Reet have taken a mandatory sabbatical from travel (imposed by the government of India), but are still doing their best to brighten lives. In fact, Julie’s whipped up a list of 10 ways to stay sane and active while social distancing, because boredom isn’t the worst thing about being stuck indoors. Julie says that staying indoors for an extended period can cause lethargy, restlessness, disrupted eating habits, fatigue, and moodiness – even cause a weakened immune system – something we all definitely want to avoid during this crazy time. So, if you’re looking for the perfect to place pre-plan your post-COVID adventure, be sure check out their website, TripOutside.com, where adventure begin.
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