Gary Arndt, the man behind the Everything Everywhere has visited over 175 countries, all 7 continents, every U.S state and territory, Canadian province, and Australian state and territory, more than 125 UN national park service sites, and over 340 UNESCO World heritage sites.
Besides his highly established and vast travels, Gary has also written about the many unusual and once of a lifetime things he has accomplished during his travels like landing a nuclear aircraft carrier, visiting an active war zone in Cambodia, and even being kicked out of a nation called Kiribati. It is these vast adventures and stories Gary tells that grants him such an established social following, which allowed him to be labeled as a top 25 blog by Time Magazine.
To compliment his long list of travel destinations, Gary also supplies stunning photography to complement his writing as best as possible to truly indulge the reader in an interesting experience. Arndt also strives to help his readers by providing a long list of travel gear and equipment, tailored to certain destinations, that he brings on his travels.
One of Gary’s main goals that he aims to accomplish is to visit all of the national park within the U.S and Canada. As of 2018, he has visited 79 out of the 107 parks. He intends on doing the same with his ventures through UNESCO sites.
When writing about the territories and countries that he has visited, Arndt writes about airports, languages, WiFi availability, crime, electric adaptors, and many other pieces of information he believes would be useful to his readers for their travels.
Arndt even admits that he was not good at blogging when he first started out but he has since learned and shares his knowledge to help others improve their own blogging skills. Clearly, he is a great blogger now because he writes one of the most highly-esteemed travel blogs in the world.