Google+ Jenn Smith Nelson, traveler adventurer, writer and photographer.

[Surviving] Camping with Teens

*This article originally appeared on TourismSaskatchewan.com on Sept 11, 2020 and is reposted with permission. It’s vacation time. You’ve spent weeks prepping and packing, drawing up meal plans and ensuring everything is taken care of for your relaxing camping getaway with the family. Read on! →

Falling for flora in Buffalo Pound Provincial Park

*This article originally appeared on TourismSaskatchewan.com on July 30, 2020 and is reposted with permission. I’ve been travelling and writing about this province for well over a decade now, so when Tourism Saskatchewan challenged me as to how I’m re-exploring the Read on! →

(A biased list of) Food and travel books to add to your holiday shopping list!

Looking for some holiday shopping inspiration? You’ve come to the right spot! I’ve listed below some of the best food and travel books recently released, which also happen to be written by friends. So yeah, it’s biased, but jeepers, I’ve Read on! →

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Photo Essay: Images that will have you dreaming of a trip to Torngat Mountains National Park

A once in a lifetime trip This is the best way to describe a trip to Torngat Mountains National Park. Located on the tip of northern Labrador, it’s not the easiest destination to visit but one that belongs on every Read on! →

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Grizzly bear magic in B.C.’s Great Bear Rainforest

It’s the second time in as many days I’ve heard the startling sound of snapping branches. The first mimicked the sound of a bear charging through the forest, scaring the living heck out of a group of us. After all, Read on! →

Dive Buddies 4 Life

Guest Post: Best Places for Scuba Wildlife Spotting

The oceans and seas are things of incredible beauty. From the crystal clear azure waters of the Caribbean to the polar wilderness of the Scottish highlands, the world is home to thousands of diverse marine environments. Even more incredible, are Read on! →