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Hi! I’m Janiel Green I balance life with travel and have been traveling internationally for the last 22 years. I have traveled to 24 countries, 5 continents with more to come. 

I love to connect and immerse myself in different cultures, love all things related to the Arts, and seek unique adventures. 

Get to know me, and the other Culture Trekkers by connecting with our community on the social media platforms below. Get raw, in-depth coverage with interviews with locals, responsible tourism tips, and so much more. 

Navigating the Website

On the Culture Trekking Home Page, you will find an interactive map. Just click on the country you are visiting and you will be directed to that destination inspiration landing page. You can also use the search tab just below the map, the drop down menus to the side, or just click on the latest articles button up top and live vicariously through me on my own adventures. If you have any tips or questions please feel free to ask via email and sign up for our email just to the right here. 

 

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Photography and Video Gear I Recommend

 

Cannon EOS-R 

Sony DSC M3 24-600 

Rhode Mic

Go Pro Hero 7

Compact Tripod

Portable and Affordable Steady Cams for Camera, Iphone, and GoPro

DJI Drones

 

 

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Things to Look For When Choosing Accommodation

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Reading Time: 16 minutes Choosing an accommodation for your travel has gotten more complicated over the years. Often leaving folks confused and worried they will make the wrong decision. Especially with reports of tourists being attacked, personal items stolen, and even the rare occasion of someone being killed. So I decided to put together a guide on things to look for when choosing accommodation for your travels. From beginning to end, this will be the ultimate guide on getting started with choosing your accommodation and staying safe when you do.

A New England Coast Day Trip from Boston

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Reading Time: 11 minutes This New England Coast Day Trip from Boston is full of Lighthouses, lobsters, & leisure. This itinerary is the perfect way to see the top spots along the coast without breaking the bank!

Empowering Mayan Women in San Pedro

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Reading Time: 11 minutes Tucked away in a corner of the mystical Lake Atitlan, is San Pedro La Laguna. A small town full of Mayan women who are being empowered through the efforts of Sheri Keller from She Rides Dragons. Read about this inspiring woman who is changing lives, and saving them.

Backpacking Eastern Europe: 12 Hours in Berlin

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Reading Time: 14 minutes While Berlin isn’t technically part of Eastern Europe, it is so close to Prague I had to stop by for a bit. Backpacking through Eastern Europe only gave me about 12 hours in Berlin, so I tried to make the most of all the time I had. So here is what I would suggest seeing with your limited time in Berlin.

Where To Take A Scenic Road Trip For Fall Colors In The USA

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Reading Time: 12 minutes Fall is one of my favorite times of year, a season of warm blankets, hot chocolate, Halloween and beautiful color. It might be hard to pick where to take a scenic road trip for fall colors in the USA. I have put together the top 15 places to see fall foliage in the United States for you to make it easy and a dreamy vacation. So grab your cup of hot cocoa, light the fire, and let us explore where your next adventure will be.

What To Pack For Boston in Summer

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Reading Time: 7 minutes There are hundreds of articles on ‘What To Pack for Boston’, but most of them focus on what to pack for winter not in summer. Boston can get hot and muggy, with all the water surrounding it – so it is important to plan accordingly. Here are my suggestions on what to pack for Boston in Summer, especially for those who don’t tolerate humidity very well like me.

Saving Sea Turtles with STOP in Fort Lauderdale

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Reading Time: 14 minutes There are some things in life that worm their way into your heart, and start pulling heartstrings you didn’t even know existed. Sea Turtles, and especially baby sea turtles are one of these things for me. I didn’t really know much about the life cycle of turtles, what the biological reasons they were disappearing were – nor that a major issue was a threat to the nesting grounds. After visiting the Loggerhead Marine Life Center, and Gumbo Limbo, these educational facilities set the stage to saving baby sea turtles with the Sea Turtle Oversight Protection (STOP) in Fort Lauderdale Florida.

Diving Singer Island Florida – Is Better Than Florida Keys

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Reading Time: 12 minutes Diving Singer Island in Florida is rated higher than the Florida Keys in 8 out of 9 categories by Scuba Magazine! With Turtles, Eels, Lemon Sharks, Lobster, Nurse Shark, and even a rumored Hammerhead shark – this is NOT a Dive in Florida you should miss.

Where To Travel After A Breakup

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Reading Time: 10 minutes We have all been there….either from a relationship or some other heartbreak. Sometimes you just need to get away from real life, disappear into the world and forget your problems at home. So here are my tips on where to travel after a bad breakup.

Tips for First Time Scuba Divers – Avoid Aquatic Awkwardness

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Reading Time: 10 minutes No one likes to stand out or feel awkward in sports, especially me. If there were awards for awkwardness, I’m sure I would have a few by now. So after a few dive trips under my belt, here are my first scuba diving trip tips, and how to avoid aquatic awkwardness.