Vote Now for Discovery of the Year

The Discovery of the Year Nominees are IN! Vote for the winner NOW—just hit the heart on your fav discoveries from the Best of 2017 nominations!

Thanks to your jaw-dropping discoveries, we’ve peeked into the past, traveled to the edge of the galaxy, and explored alien landscapes right here on Earth. Your colorful and captivating adventures have transported us to cotton candy pink shores and rolling green hills. Thank you for sharing the world with us and your fellow Trovers! And now it’s time for YOU to pick which of 2017’s awe-inspiring discoveries will be named Discovery of the Year.

Vote for Trover's Discover of the Year!

Vote for the 2017 Discovery of the Year

We’ve hand-picked the Best of Trover 2017, and we need YOU to make the final pick. Share the love and vote for your favorite to be Discovery of the Year!

How to Vote: 

  1. Review the list of Nominees now.
  2. Press the heart button to vote for your favorite(s).
  3. Whichever Nominee earns the most NEW thanks by January 23, 2018 will be named 2017’s Discovery of the Year!

You’ve made 2017 an incredible year at Trover! Thank you so much for sharing your travel stories and tips with us.

We’ll announce the 2017 Discovery of the Year shortly after January 23rd. The creator will receive a $750 Expedia Travel Voucher for future travel adventures.

Read Best of 2017 terms and conditions.

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9 Ski Heavens from Around the World

Winter break may be over, but ski season is still in full swing! Experience mountain sports and adventure at all corners of the world, from New Zealand to Japan! These mountains offer fabulous skiing, snow-shoeing and other activities. Add these winter wonderlands to your own travel list.

1. Crystal Mountain Resort, Washington, USA

Photo by Joe Giberson

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10 Mesmerizing Frozen Waterfalls

Few natural wonders demonstrate the awe-inspiring beauty and power of nature as dramatically as waterfalls. Watching water spill over the edge of a cliff is thrilling. But have you seen a waterfall frozen in time? As the seasons change, some waterfalls go from plentiful endless streams to dynamic icy sculptures. There’s something absolutely mesmerizing about frozen waterfalls, but don’t take our word for it, see for yourself!

1. Waterfall Pericnik

Trover photo by Dani Turnšek

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January 2018 Trover Travel Scholarship

We are inspired every day by the beautiful discoveries you share with us. To honor the vibrancy and value that each of you brings to Trover, we created the $500 Trover Travel Scholarship. Each month, we award it to one traveler who has particularly inspired us with their photos and stories.

This month, we’re thrilled to award the Trover Travel Scholarship to Michaela Mala!

Trover Travel Scholarship Laurels - Michaela Mala

Who is Michaela Mala? She’s a UK-based travel photographer and explorer! Michaela shares “I was born in Prague, Czech Republic, but being a keen traveler, I have spent the last 25 years discovering the USA, Europe, and Britain. Five years ago, I was diagnosed with an immunity disorder that is impairing my eyesight, and that made me realize how much I take it for granted.” After buying her first DSLR last year, she now spends most of her free time traveling and photographing.

We’re totally wowed by the sun-soaked nature scenes, twilight tableaus and whimsical wildlife finds that Michaela captures and asked her to tell us about her favorite discoveries she’s shared with the Trover community! Take it away, Michaela… Continue reading

12 “Perflect” Reasons to Visit Canada

Canada is an ever-enduring destination for travelers, adventure seekers, and outdoor enthusiasts. From modern cities to charming small towns, to incredible natural wonders, Canada has no shortage of enticing places to explore. In case you need a little nudge to book your trip to this beautiful country, here is our list of twelve perfect reflections a.k.a “perflections” in the Canadian mountains that will take your breath away.

1. Two Jack Lake

Trover photo by Gerrit Ebert.

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