Travel | Diving | Ecology | Beer

My Mola travels the world in search of unique cultural experiences, the best dive sites, and the tastiest beer. We are passionate about protecting the environment. We strive to tell the tales of our world, and to share ways in which we can become better stewards of the fascinating planet that we call home. 

Drive Yourself on a Budget Safari in Kruger National Park,  South Africa

Drive Yourself on a Budget Safari in Kruger National Park, South Africa

You don’t have to spend thousands of dollars to go on Safari in South Africa. At Kruger National Park, spotting the “Big 5” game animals can be as easy as renting a car and going for an afternoon drive.

Where to go for Craft Beer in Melbourne, Australia

Where to go for Craft Beer in Melbourne, Australia

There is a lot of excellent craft brewing happening in Melbourne, Australia and we were lucky enough to sample a good amount of it during a recent visit to this fine city. I don’t know that I could ever choose a favorite, but we did find three brewers who standout in this sea of talented beer makers.

Whale Shark Encounters and Scuba Diving in Nosy Be, Madagascar

Whale Shark Encounters and Scuba Diving in Nosy Be, Madagascar

For many, Madagascar is a far-off, exotic destination reserved for bucket lists and daydreams, but perhaps it's time to make your dreams come true. Pristine waters, white sand beaches and whale shark sightings are part of everyday life in Nosy Be, and with tourism growing at a rate of 11% each year, now is the time to go.

See the Evolution of the Pyramids with a Daytrip from Cairo to Saqqara, Memphis and Dahshur

See the Evolution of the Pyramids with a Daytrip from Cairo to Saqqara, Memphis and Dahshur

Just a short drive away from downtown Cairo, you can see the proving grounds where the Ancient Egyptian Pharaohs of the Old Kingdom developed the technology that allowed them to build the pyramids at Giza. A visit to these sites is a fascinating way to see how the pyramids evolved into the iconic structures that we all recognize today. While you are there, be sure to stop by what is left of Memphis, which was at one time the capital of the Egyptian empire.

How to Travel from Maputo to Ponta do Ouro, Mozambique

How to Travel from Maputo to Ponta do Ouro, Mozambique

An overview on how to get from Maputo to Ponta do Ouro by car, bus and chapa.

Scuba Diving Ponta do Ouro, Mozambique

Scuba Diving Ponta do Ouro, Mozambique

We paid a visit to the laid-back town of Ponta do Ouro, Mozambique, where we enjoyed a week of relaxation, scuba diving, delicious meals and inviting culture. This lovely seaside town has excellent marine biodiversity along its shores and remains an affordable destination for divers and other travelers.

A Visit to Luxor Temple, Egypt

A Visit to Luxor Temple, Egypt

Luxor Temple was the place where pharaohs held their coronation ceremonies during the New Kingdom of Ancient Egypt. Visiting the temple complex, located right in the center of the city of Luxor, is like walking back in time.

How to Travel from Maputo to Tofo Beach, Mozambique

How to Travel from Maputo to Tofo Beach, Mozambique

An overview on how to get from Maputo to Tofo Beach by car, bus and chapa.

Following the Whale Song: Scuba Diving Tofo Beach, Mozambique

Following the Whale Song: Scuba Diving Tofo Beach, Mozambique

Scuba Diving in Tofo Beach, Mozambique during humpback whale season was one of our greatest experiences. These amazing whales can be spotted frequently, even from the beach. Add to this some dolphins, a whale shark, and a whole slew of sea life living next to one of the most charming towns in Mozambique and you will understand why so many visit here.

How to Visit the Pyramids at Giza Like a Boss

How to Visit the Pyramids at Giza Like a Boss

The Great Pyramid at Giza is the last survivor of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient Wold. Built nearly 4,600 years ago, the pyramids are a marvel ancient human achievement. A visit to Giza should be near the top of any traveler’s bucket list.

Scuba Diving the Red Sea in Egypt by Liveaboard

Scuba Diving the Red Sea in Egypt by Liveaboard

Whether it be wrecks, hammerheads, or stunning reefs, there is a lot to see when diving the world class waters of the Red Sea, so much so, that it is difficult to know where to go first. From north to south you can almost always expect good to excellent visibility, with water temperatures of 21-28 ˚C (70-84 ˚F).

Scuba Diving in the WWII Wrecks of Coron, Philippines

Scuba Diving in the WWII Wrecks of Coron, Philippines

On the 24th of September 1944, the U.S. Navy launched an aerial assault on a Japanese warships in the shallow waters of the Bay of Coron. Seventy-five years later, the shipwrecks left in the wake of the attack are still intact, ready to be explored by recreational divers.

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