Sedona is definitely known for its stunning red rock formations. But, one of its most captivating features is the natural arches that can be found throughout the area. Let’s get into some of the most scenic and Instagram worthy arches to visit in Sedona.
From the many stunning lakes located within Rocky Mountain National Park to the crystal-clear waters of Ice Lake, Colorado is home to some of the best lakes in the country. After spending over a month exploring Colorado’s trails, I’ve accumulated a list of the best lake hikes in Colorado.
Hiking is a fantastic way to explore the outdoors and connect with nature. However, for many people, getting to popular hiking destinations can be a challenge, especially without a car. The good news is that with the increasing popularity of eco-friendly travel and sustainable tourism, more and more hiking destinations are becoming accessible without a personal vehicle. Let’s highlight some of the best hiking destinations that can be accessed without a car, so you can plan your next adventure with ease.
Sedona is known for its energy vortexes, beautiful views, and abundant hiking trails, but one of the most unique experiences you can have in Sedona is exploring its ancient caves. Let’s take a look at the best caves to visit in Sedona, from the iconic Boynton Canyon Cave to the hidden gem of the Keyhole Cave.
Antarctica’s extreme climates make it an unlikely destination for your average traveler. However, those who venture there are rewarded by the most beautiful glacier-filled vistas. The Antarctic cruise season typically runs from November to March, with each month offering its own unique advantages. From November to December, Antarctica is covered in ice and penguins begin to lay their eggs. If you visit December to late-February, you’ll be able to see the penguins hatch. Mid-February to March is the most ideal time to see whales, as they migrate to the region during this period.
For those who love to explore the great outdoors, encountering wildlife can be a thrilling experience. However, when it comes to bears, it is essential to approach with caution and be prepared for the unexpected. Whether you are a seasoned hiker or a first-timer, understanding how to stay safe in bear country is crucial. Let’s cover my top 10 bear safety tips to reduce the risk of a dangerous encounter.
Grand Teton National Park is one of my favorite national parks with its jagged peaks, alpine lakes, and abundant wildlife. From easy strolls to challenging treks, Grand Teton National Park also offers a variety of trails. Just make sure you don’t miss the best! Each of these hikes will leave you with lasting memories.
Established in 1872, Yellowstone was the first national park in the United States. It has since become one of the most visited U.S. national parks pulling in millions of visitors every year. Some fan favorites are Yellowstone’s stunning geothermal features and diverse wildlife, including bison, moose, and bears.
From the dramatic waterfalls and geysers to the glaciers and hot springs, Iceland offers a wealth of experiences. In this blog post, I will take you on a five-day itinerary through Iceland, highlighting some of the must-visit places and activities to make the most of your trip to this breathtaking country.