Almost everyone’s goal in life is to be able to make millions and then travel the world. But adventure is out there for anyone and everyone, whether you’re 18 or 40, a student or a working professional. And there are apps out there to assist any traveler looking for some adventure.
You can explore other cultures at your fingertips. Each week, you’ll be assigned a pen pal, who works as a guide, from a different country. You both can send each other photos of your favorite place or somewhere that inspires you, allowing everyone to be inspired to check out a different part of the world.
This guide features pages of text, survival tip videos, photos of dangerous, poisonous and edible plants and first-aid information.
You never know when you need some light to help guide you through the night hikes and dark skies that prevent you from seeing anything.
This app allows you to track your routes worldwide, record and save up to 101 tracks, get directions, record your speed, time and distances, save your favorite locations, and then share them.
More than likely, you won’t know the language of a foreign country. These two apps can help you learn over 300 phrases of over 50 languages with no need for internet connect for Translate Professional.
Find your inner astronomer and learn about the constellations with The Night Sky. You might even find ones you never knew of before!
Discover a comprehensive database of national and state parks, forests, wildlife refuges, US Army Corps recreation areas, and other public lands. You can search from 20 different categories and find activities to do like hiking, bird-watching, RVing, climbing, skiing and more.
This app will plot your distance, speed, elevation and route on a Google Map, and then allows you and others to find great hikes and adventures by reporting your route.
Adventurous people always tend to bump into beautiful sights, and what’s worse than not having a good photo-taking app? Photosynth allows you to view your pictures in 3D via panoramas and synths, and be able to share with your family.
With long hikes and rest stops, you can pass the hours by listening to a choice from hundreds of thousands of audio and video podcasts in over 40 languages.