Determining what to pack for Antarctica can be a challenge due to the harsh and unpredictable weather conditions in this remote region. Your body will get cold, especially when just sitting on the zodiac boat for a few hours. No active movement and wind from the boat moving will not be fun if you’re not prepared. After visiting Antarctica, here are some important items to ensure you pack when preparing for your journey to Antarctica.
Guatemala is an amazing country with a vibrant culture, spectacular architecture and landscapes guaranteed to take your breath away. From ancient ruins to incredible hiking trails, this 14-day itinerary promises the perfect way to experience all this gorgeous country has to offer. But before you start packing, keep in mind the dry season runs from November – April. This season offers mild temperatures ideal for those looking for more outdoor opportunities.
For anyone looking for warmer hiking weather, I can promise you an amazing experience exploring Zion National Park’s stunning cliffs and deep canyons. Zion National Park is packed with tons of accessible hiking trails of varying lengths and difficulty levels, offering something to both beginner and experienced hikers. The park has short hikes with opportunities to take breaks and enjoy the views to full-day treks. Check out these 12 hikes on the west and most accessible side of Zion National Park!
Hallstatt is such an adorable destination and the views are seriously postcard-worthy! With its increasing popularity, I highly recommend booking your stay in Hallstatt well in advance. You don’t want to get stuck with extremely high accommodation prices. A couple of days spent wandering around Hallstatt will provide you with plenty of opportunities for picture-perfect shots of some stunning views. Make sure these classic ones are on your list so they don’t slip through your lens!
Glacier National Park is always my number one pick when it comes to hiking in one of America’s national parks! The beauty of its glacial-fed lakes and jagged mountain peaks, plus an abundance of wildlife make this park truly special. I’ve had some incredible encounters with moose, mountain goats, bighorn sheep, mule deer, and even grizzly bears!
Hitting the road can take a toll on my sensitive skin! My thin skin and light complexion isn’t exactly made for adventure. All the hiking and traveling in different climates definitely speeds up its aging process. But, I’m determined to not let traveling damage my skincare routine. It’s an important time to be extra protective!
While Houston may not be the most outdoorsy city, it’s definitely one of the tastiest! My boyfriend and I are big proponents of taking date nights out to explore all of Houston’s best restaurants. It’s a really nice time to catch up without distractions. From incredible Mexican food on Washington, sushi in The Heights, or just a hole-in-the-wall pizza joint downtown, there are so many options. I have definitely enjoyed trying each spot on this list as we continue discovering hidden gems right here at home. Below are our favorite restaurants and bars in Houston!
Vacation buffets and poolside drinks can be tempting. However, it is still totally possible to eat healthy on vacation. All you need is a little thoughtful planning and self-control to remain healthy and continue indulging in new foods representing the location’s culture. When I’m on the road, I incorporate the below meals into my daily routine. I always like to ensure I get a balance of healthy food, convenience, and cultural experience.
After staying in my audit job for years, all I wanted to do was save money so I could take a year off and travel the world. No matter how much more money I made throughout the years, I did everything I could to continue saving more. I will admit that in my last two years of working full-time in audit, I was making a significant amount per year which made it easier to save. However, now I want to share 25 tips to save money I implemented to get to that point…