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Home sweet home. Even moving around in our own countries, Black individuals will experience many of the same situations as described above in international waters. The suspicious glances, the questions about our hair, differing attitudes depending on skin tone— this isn’t new to us. There will always be aspects to travel that we will have to consider that others won’t, but there are also so many more hidden gems to travel that can and will be discovered because of that. We search out places where we feel safe, joyful, and fulfilled. When we take these experiences with us, from country to country, we build for ourselves a larger understanding of the world. Having the privilege and freedom to travel and move from one country to another is not something that should be taken for granted, for any traveler. For those of you who have an American passport, you may recognize that even that gives you certain privileges. However you identify —culturally, racially, sexually, or otherwise—your unique experiences will shape the way you travel and the stories you will tell. TIP: There is racism and anti-Blackness everywhere. Internationally, and right next door. You will encounter situations that make you uncomfortable, angry. But you will also find places that bring you joy. You will find pieces of yourself all over the world, and when put together, it will be messy and beautiful. Be safe, be vigilant, and go wherever you want to! Forever chase adventure and freedom, by any means necessary.

The USA has been vaccinating its citizens at an ever-accelerating pace and has already started to reduce restrictions for those who have been fully vaccinated- including travel. Including active plans with Europe to begin easing travel restrictions, The USA is sure to be one of the easiest countries to access this summer. From sparkling NYC celebrating on the east coast to the endlessly perfect sunshine weather of California- there is so much to see and do in just one country and it is the perfect stomping grounds to get your travel back on.

Home sweet home. Even moving around in our own countries, Black individuals will experience many of the same situations as described above in international waters. The suspicious glances, the questions about our hair, differing attitudes depending on skin tone— this isn’t new to us. There will always be aspects to travel that we will have to consider that others won’t, but there are also so many more hidden gems to travel that can and will be discovered because of that. We search out places where we feel safe, joyful, and fulfilled. When we take these experiences with us, from country to country, we build for ourselves a larger understanding of the world. Having the privilege and freedom to travel and move from one country to another is not something that should be taken for granted, for any traveler. For those of you who have an American passport, you may recognize that even that gives you certain privileges. However you identify —culturally, racially, sexually, or otherwise—your unique experiences will shape the way you travel and the stories you will tell. TIP: There is racism and anti-Blackness everywhere. Internationally, and right next door. You will encounter situations that make you uncomfortable, angry. But you will also find places that bring you joy. You will find pieces of yourself all over the world, and when put together, it will be messy and beautiful. Be safe, be vigilant, and go wherever you want to! Forever chase adventure and freedom, by any means necessary.

It was my first international trip, when I was 14 years old, I visited North Carolina, New Jersey, and New York, where we had family. I wish I could remember more about the trip since it was so long ago, I forgot many things. But for sure I would revisit some day!

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  • Greater St. Cloud Coffee Shops

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    Does the thought of driving from store to store, getting in and out of your vehicle 100 times shopping for the holidays give you the chills? Do you wish that life were like the movies, when all your holiday gift shopping could be done on one cozy stretch of main street, as you walk from shop to shop bundled up in the season’s latest trends, chit-chatting with the store owners as you cross off your shopping list? You’re in luck, because Downtown St. Cloud is bursting with local shopping options for every type of shopper! We’ve consolidated the list here, with some ideas of what to buy for who and where. So grab your blanket scarf & hot drink (maybe from Central Perk?), call up your bestie, and get ready for a dazzling downtown shopping spree.
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    Every great city has them: defining dishes that do more than just feed the countless locals and visitors who walk through restaurant doors. These meals tell a story, either about the way food was, the way it is or the way it will be, sometimes all three at once. Kansas City has a number of treasured menu items that are as unforgettable as the Western Auto sign or a late-night session at the Mutual Musicians Foundation.
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    Kansas City is home to numerous exciting attractions. Although some of them certainly do cost money, luckily Kansas City is home to plenty of free things to do from museums to gardens. If you’re traveling on a budget, Kansas City is a fantastic destination. Check out some of the best free things to do in the city.
  • The Best Day Trips to Take From Kansas City

    Kansas City is a destination packed with things to do, but if you’re trying to escape the metro area for a day or two there is plenty to find in close proximity. From wineries to towns that feel like a step back in time to the 1800’s, the options are expansive. Take a break from city life and check out some of the top day trips from Kansas City.
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  • Branson, Missouri

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    Kansas City is famously recognized for beer, BBQ, and history, but did you know that they have an extensive and nationally recognized museum scene? Kansas City and surrounding suburbs have museums that celebrate everything from Jazz to pioneers to miniature toys. The city also houses the national WWI museum and memorial; an interesting place to check out and remember the Great War. Visit some of the best museums in Kansas City during your stay in the list below.
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    Kansas City is an important historic site on the banks of the Missouri River. Originating in the early 19th century, the city was once a stop on the way for pioneers to reach gold mining in California and Oregon. Some of the travelers never made it out west. Instead, they stayed back in the midwest and made Kansas City the bustling hub that it is today. Kansas City is geographically in the heart of the United States and serves as a major crossroads. Quite literally between the East and West coast, but also of varying people groups that have made the city what it is today.
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  • Huntsville Craft Beer Trail

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  • Huntsville Craft Cocktail Trail

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  • Huntsville Craft Coffee Trail

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  • Attractions in Huntsville

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  • North Alabama Wine Trail

    When you think Alabama, chances are wine isn’t the first thing to come to mind. But get this: North Alabama is home to a wide variety of wineries. Are you ready to experience the new wine country? Our wineries are close enough to each other that you can visit several in a day and experience them all over a long weekend. They include Jules J. Berta Vineyards in Albertville, Wills Creek Vineyards in Attalla, Maraella Winery in Hokes Bluff, White Oak Vineyards in Anniston, Fruithurst Winery in Fruithurst, and High Country Cellars in Heflin. Every vineyard hosts wine tastings and has bottles available for purchase. Whether you’re packing a picnic and spending the day with that special someone, kicking back with good friends and even better wine, or developing your palate to impress your friends back home with new wine knowledge, there’s a world of adventure around every vine in North Alabama.
  • North Alabama Craft Beer Trail

    Several micro-breweries snug in the foothills of the Appalachians from Decatur to Gadsden offer dozens of beers unique to North Alabama. Get a stamp on each one for a free gift from us and some awesome discounts at select breweries.
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  • Outdoor Bars, Patios + Live Music in Memphis

    When the weather starts to heat up outside, Memphians immediately begin their search to find the best place to chill. And let me tell you, it doesn’t take long to find that perfect spot…or 3. Good food, great drinks, live entertainment, and favorable company (not necessarily in that order) are all qualifying prerequisites. With over 100 places to choose from, your options are endless. In this list, I’ll help identify the best place(s) for you to chill on your next visit to the Memphis area.
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  • Iconic Spots of Memphis' Music Legends

    Have you ever wondered where Elvis ate his fried peanut butter and banana sandwiches? Where Johnny Cash performed his first gig? Where Al Green sang the gospel every Sunday? Behind every music legend is a legendary spot that inspired, fueled, and even launched some of Memphis' most famous artists. You won't find these places on a basic music tour. Let's explore.
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  • The 11 Best Brunch Joints in Kansas City

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  • The Best Breweries in Kansas City

    Kansas City is one of the most famous brewing cities in America. Local brewers have gone on to win national accolades year after year. The brewery scene in Kansas City is truly exceptional, featuring unique hops present in everything from national brands to microbreweries. My advice: go brewery hopping. It’s impossible to see all that the Kansas City beer scene has in only one stop, so try out a few flights of beer at a few different locations. Some of my top picks can be found in this list.
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  • the best record stores in memphis

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  • The Best Breweries and Taprooms in Memphis

    Memphis, Tennessee is a city with a hoppin’ brewery scene. From microbrews to old school taprooms Memphis has a rich beer culture that has gained notoriety with locals and tourists alike over the years. Locals say the secret to their outstanding beer production lies in the city’s water, but the pure talent of the city’s brewing powerhouses certainly helps. Don’t leave Memphis without visiting at least one of the local breweries.
  • The 9 Best Brunch Joints in Memphis

    Like most places in the American lowcountry, Memphis is known for decadent brunches. Some of the city’s most classic brunch joints have been open for over a century while others rose to the occasion in the last decade. Try out a famous Memphis breakfast with Southern staples and global flare while you’re in town.
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    Memphis, Tennessee is steeped in rich culture, art, and history dating back to the 19th century. Although a landlocked town, Memphis’ vicinity to the Mississippi River made it a major freshwater trading route that helped grow the city from a few quaint homes and shops to a booming Southern metropolis. Memphis played a major role in United States history, from being at the forefront of civil rights activism to the conception of Rock and Roll music. Take a step back in time to the 19th century or the 1950’s and check out some of Memphis’ most historic sites and landmarks.
  • The 9 Best Day Trips from Memphis, Tennessee

    It’s easy to spend a while in the Southern city of Memphis, Tennessee. If you are, however, looking to spend a day or two outside the city, Memphis’ location right on the border of three states makes it an interesting place to explore. The exciting cities of Nashville, Tennessee and Jackson, Mississippi are around 3 hours away, or you could explore stunning state parks less than an hour outside of Memphis. Check out some of the best day trips to take from Memphis, Tennessee below.
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    You know that Memphis is the home of the blues (and rock, gospel, and soul, among others). You know that it’s a place willing to fiercely defend its barbecue style. However, you might be surprised to learn that Memphis is actually filled with parks to add to your trip itinerary! If you’re looking to walk off those Memphis-style ribs, you’ll have plenty of lush urban and traditional parks to choose from.
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  • Memphis’ Most Famous Foods and Where to Try Them

    Memphis is a bustling metropolitan hub on the banks of the Mississippi River most well known for music, Elvis Presley, and barbecue. There is a contested debate in the United States about who does the best barbecue - arguably one of the most iconic dishes in the country. Memphis, Tennessee consistently ranks among barbecue’s top cities. Barbecue can be found everywhere across town, and many of the joints are outstanding. Since the 1990’s, the city has been expanding into the world of cuisine and is now a delicious melting pot fueled by global fusion along with classic Southern mainstays. Here are some of Memphis’ most iconic dishes and where to try them.
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  • Wanderfest Bar Crawl

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  • The 10 Best Free Things To Do in New Orleans

    New Orleans is a paramount historic city in the United States with rich culture and beauty in each neighborhood. Although the city offers plenty of exciting attractions, some of the completely free adventures I’ve taken have been my favorite. This city is proof that travel doesn’t always have to break the budget. Check out some of my favorite free things to do in the Big Easy from tours to live entertainment.
  • Portland's Famous Foods And Where To Get Them

    Portland's food scene is an eclectic mixture of culture, tradition, and flavor, a collection of some of the nation's most delicious dishes with creative twists. These spots throughout the city make up just a few of the most iconic restaurants to visit while in town, from the legendary Voodoo Doughnuts to the ever so creative Eem. Calling all foodies- this one is for you.
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  • If A Place Could Define Me...

    I find pieces of myself wherever I travel! Here's a list of the places that have had the biggest impact on me #seekerchallenge
  • "Me" Places

    (and this is one of the reasons why my name on social media is stillontheroad)
  • Best Margaritas in Palo Alto and Los Altos

    There is nothing like a freshly made margarita on a hot summer day, with salt, of course. I'm always on the hunt for the best margs in the Bay Area. Here are a few of my faves from my local haunts.
  • Magical Bookstores

    These are the bookstores I've wanted to get lost in.
  • Bucket list stays in California

    California is the land of the weird and wacky and hotel accommodations are no exception. From Cadillacs to teepees, trailer parks to over the top luxury, this list is my go-to for weekend getaways.
  • My Future Adventure List

  • Fictional Places You Can Visit IRL

  • Tasting the best foods ever, a piece of Italy around the world: Eataly Experience

  • Places I’ve Loved

    Gorgeous places I’ve been to that took my breath away.
  • World Heritage Sites in North America

    Sprawling natural parks with unique wildlife, ancient and mysterious temples, world-renown monuments, and more- the continent of North America is one with a deep history to be uncovered. Explore some of humankind's most famous mysteries and witness nature's magnificence at these UNESCO designated world heritage sites across the massive continent.
  • Where To See Fall Foliage Around The World

    These destinations have garnered international recognition for featuring breathtaking fall landscapes decorated in carpets of rich hues of orange, red, and yellow. We are so ready to grab a cup of cocoa and our favorite sweater and start our fall adventure, and these stops are on the top of our list. Fairytale castles, sparkling metropolises, fresh wine country, and hiking towns, all adorned in seas of leafy trees for us to melt into. Whatever dream fall getaway you have, consider these global destinations for autumn vibes and gorgeous scenery.
  • Coolest Florists Around The World A Mother's Day Bouquet

    Care to enjoy a glass of rose in Paris while looking through an overflowing array of blooming flowers, or pull up to a flower truck to purchase a freshly cut bouquet in Nashville? These flower boutiques all incorporate a unique twist into their atmosphere- and we guarantee to pick out a luxurious bouquet from one of these cool shops is sure to wow more than one from the grocery store. In case you're looking for some mother's day inspo- these incredible florists around the world are sure to show your momma just how much she means to you.
  • The World's Best Destinations For Creatives

    Artsy travelers, this one is for you. Whether you're seeking cutting-edge individuals and innovative art events or massive museums to get lost in, these destinations are known for their overflowing creative energy. From the nightlife scene in Berlin bustling with artsy individuals to the breathtaking beauty of Brooklyn brownstone-lined pavements, these destinations encompass an aesthetic atmosphere that is guaranteed to inspire.
  • Easily Walkable Cities Around The World

    Sensible shoes are essential for this list-we put together some of the world’s most exciting and walkable destinations for a fun itinerary uncovering hidden gems, iconic landmarks, and memories to last a lifetime. Walkable cities are excellent for getting a taste of local life and having a chance to see past the usual tourist landmarks. These are some of our favorite cities to spend the day exploring by foot from NYC to Singapore- let’s step into the world’s most easily walkable cities for your next excursion.
  • Places I Want To Go in 2022

    It's a fresh new year and this is officially my travel vision board. Feeling nostalgic for times past in 2022 I want to revisit some of the most important places I have traveled in my lifetime, and maybe check off a few new bucket list items. From Tokyo to Vancouver, this is my entirely personal 2022 travel wishlist that is sure to be added onto frequently.
  • Party Cities For An Unforgettable NYE

    So we are daydreaming about all the crazy and electrifying parties taking place all over the planet on New Year's eve, and we just *had* to put a little list together for any party animals looking for an unforgettable start to the new year. From Las Vegas to Berlin, whether you seek underground clubbing or flashy parties- these destinations have everything you could ask for, *and more*. So let's start this year on the right foot, and spend our last night dancing away worries of yesteryear. Cheers!
  • Lesser known Fall Foliage Destinations Around The World

    From the mountains of Quebec to the outskirts of Tokyo, mystical Slovakian lakes, and cascading waterfalls, these fall landscapes are some of our favorite hidden gems. Enjoy the wonder and magic of the new season, cool air, warm pigmented trees, and pathways coated in crispy leaves at these breathtaking destinations around the world.
  • Romantic Summer Getaways Around The World

    We always need a little away time with our honey. Whether you are just getting to know someone and looking to impress, or are already deep into your journey together, these destinations are sure to light that romantic spark. From well-known classic romantic spots to some of our personal favorite destinations, let's take a look into this sweet-like honey, enchanting and romantic summer getaway list.
  • Cities With Vaccine Passports

    These cities are requiring proof of vaccination for most non-essential services, and while this may change in the future, it’s great to always stay aware of local covid restrictions prior to travel. We put together a list of some of our favorite destinations that intend to, or already are, implementing vaccine passports. So in case you need some travel inspo for the upcoming year, this may be of service. We would like to add that you should always do your own research about the destinations you are traveling to, and what processes need to be completed prior to/ and after boarding. Safe travels seekers!.
  • Best National Parks For Snorkeling And Diving

    Tour shipwrecks in freshwater ecosystems or witness turtles and schools of fish swarming in clear, tropical waters. For any snorkelers, divers, or just people who like to splash around- these are the next national parks you *need* to visit. Witness colorful fish and massive sharks, uncover hidden mysteries, and make the most of your diving license at these awe-inspiring, underwater destinations.
  • Best US Theme Parks

    The ultimate US Tour de Thrills
  • World's Most Beautiful Botanic Gardens

    Spend time engulfed in an awe-inspiring atmosphere that originates from being surrounded by massive amounts of carefully looked after plants. We wandered the sprawling grounds of plentiful flowers at The Royal Botanical Garden in England and sweat beneath the Arizona sun admiring oddly shaped cacti at the Desert Botanical Garden. Whether it's the aesthetic zen of rock gardens in Japan or well-kept orchard collections in Singapore, we chose a selection of our favorite gardens so you can have a safe bet for your itinerary.
  • Places to see Banksy in the wild

    A list and map of all the places you can see works by everyone’s favorite graffiti artist, Banksy.
  • Hikes around the world

    My bucketlist of trails to conquer one day
  • If A List of Places Could Define Me, This Would Be It

    I have never introduced myself without mentioning my love for travel or providing a run-down of places on my bucket-list, so I couldn’t think of a better way to introduce myself to Seeker. #seekerchallenge
  • Best Museums In The World

    These museums are bucket-list worthy destinations that are on the top of itineraries worldwide. From ancient treasures to contemporary design, there is something for everyone. Enjoy our expertly curated selection of the most breathtaking museums from around the world, merely a plane ride away.
  • Animal sanctuaries around the world that you can visit

  • Worlds Coolest Castles

  • Epic Destinations For Surfing Around The World

    We finally decided to put together a little list for the surfers out there- and this one is seriously epic. Whether you just got your first board or have been riding the waves for a while, these destinations offer up diverse waves for all levels and an incredibly friendly surf community. Whether it's along the coast of Ireland or Indonesia- this world has no shortage of prime surfing destinations. So grab your board and let's check out the waves- Summer is just around the corner after all.
  • Cities With Stunning Winter Light Displays Around The World

    Thousands and thousands of twinkling lights, neon colors, glittering festivities, and art- these destinations take their winter illuminations seriously, because what else can cheer up those cold dark nights of winter. Escape the darkness and come into the mesmerizing light at these fantastic international cities, all known for their insane winter displays, from Kobe to NYC and everything in between.
  • Magical Christmas Markets Around The World

    Fresh mulled wine, hot chocolate, fresh poutine and snow-capped stalls brimming with local ingredients and twinkling lights- Christmas markets bring travelers far and wide to adorable winter villages full of local charm and holiday spirit. Whether you are on the west coast of the USA or exploring historical European cities- these destinations are bringing you a big dose of winter magic, complete with enough food to fill you up, and timeless views.
  • Places to Visit Bucket List

    These are the top 4 places I would love to visit someday soon.
  • Summer Vacay - Moultonborough, NH

    We are planning a 7-day trip with extended family to this lakeside town this summer. I'll be adding places as I find them!
  • The Best of Falls Church

    I love where I live and think it's a great place to raise a family. Just 15 minutes from DC, there's great food, fun playgrounds, and even some vibey spots. #SeekerChallenge
  • Top Cannabis Friendly Hotels Around the World

    If you are planning a 420 vacation then you need a 420-friendly hotel to match. From luxury resorts in California to Jamaican island paradise, we have selected some of the top cannabis-friendly hotels from around the world that provide world-class experiences. Whether you have a strict budget or are ready to ball out, here are our picks of the best 420 friendly hotels around the world.
  • Unbelievable Natural Hot Springs

    Gorgeous geothermally heated water rising from the earth's crust is one of nature's greatest gifts, providing stress reduction as well as aiding with skin concerns. Along with wellness benefits, hot springs also make for an entirely luxurious spa-like experience, and with these glowing pools of stunning and fresh heated water existing around the world, there are plenty of picturesque destinations to sample throughout your travels. We put together a list of the most impressive natural hot springs from around the globe so you can truly indulge in relaxation with destinations including mountainous landscapes, opulent palaces, and luxury spas. Let's take a dip, seekers.
  • Iconic Travel Landmarks

    Mark the occasion- literally, with these incredible travel landmarks across the planet. These destinations represent history and culture and have drawn travelers from all corners of the globe to take in their magnificence. Enjoy the view from The Empire State Building in NYC or snap a pic in front of the Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy. Become a part of history- let's explore these iconic Travel Landmarks.
  • Glamping Bucket list

  • Favorite National Parks with young kids

    These have been some of our favorite US National Parks during our RV adventure this year
  • Best Destinations For Coffee Lovers

    However you like your buzz, these destinations are sure to sympathize and deliver. From smokey old-timey coffee houses to cutting-edge stops, these getaways rely on a healthy supply of delectable caffeine to keep moving (and so do we.) These are some of the places where we have enjoyed the tastiest cup of joe, from the original Starbucks in Seattle to the island coffee houses of Hawaii- let’s explore some of the best destinations for coffee lovers in the world.
  • Hot Springs Around The World With Breathtaking Views

    Nourishment and wellness properties, entrenched in aesthetics, pristine nature, and the breathtaking beauty of mother earth- we have put together a list of some of the most incredible hot springs around the world. Enjoy luxury spa experiences, wilderness treks, and massive steaming shores, these hot springs are sure to bubble up some excitement for your next getaway.
  • Must Visit Cities For Foodies

    The things we will do for food, wait in line for an hour, or travel thousands of miles - these destinations are the *top* of the top for serving up unforgettable culinary experiences that will be enough motivation to book a plane ticket. The cuisine is truly the beating heart of a city, sampling authentic dishes allows visitors to taste and understand both the culture and way of local life. Whether you want to munch on savory, fried street food in Osaka or dine at a romantic bistro in Paris, these foodie destinations are sure to make your mouth water.
  • Virginia's Historic Triangle

    I have spent my whole life visiting different places in Virginia and was lucky enough to live there for six years. In that time I have visited countless historic sites and even had the chance to work at some. From archaeological sites to historic trades, Williamsburg, Yorktown, and Jamestown have a lot to offer any visitor to the Historic Triangle.
  • Top Recreational Marijuana Dispensaries Around the World

    We are constantly seeking out the most interesting and unique dispensary experience across the globe. The dispensary culture boom is huge in the US, but we are excitedly watching this trend spread far and wide. From traditional cannabis coffeeshops along the canals in Amsterdam to giant dispensaries in Las Vegas, we are proud to present this list of our top recreational marijuana dispensaries.
  • Top CBD-friendly Spas

    It's no wonder that CBD-infused wellness products and treats are popping up everywhere, cannabidiol induces relaxation, relieves pain, and has natural healing properties. From CBD-infused oil massages to skincare treatments, Spas have incorporated CBD to bring their services to an all-time high (pun intended). For the most luxurious CBD experiences, we have selected spas that offer an array of innovative wellness treatments- so get ready to enjoy the full benefits of natural remedies on your next getaway.
  • The Most Colorful Places on Earth

    From Red to Black, here are the most colorful places on Earth. Stroll through picturesque lavender fields glowing with soft purple in southern France or discover the dynamic fiery reds of Antelope Canyon in Arizona. Our world is rich in color, and we have selected the most pigmented destinations for your list.
  • The World's Best Cities For Architecture Fans

    Architecture is an art form that impacts much deeper than just the visual or auditory experience, any architecture fan realizes the importance that architecture has on our entire way of life. These cities are entirely stunning, with dynamic and intricate designs that have captivated travelers from around the world for years. Whether you seek the charming, colorful tiled streets of Barcelona or the manmade contemporary landscape of Dubai, or something charming in between- these breathtaking cities across the globe are sure to scratch your architecture itch.
  • Bucket List Caves

    Gorgeously sculpted and picturesque caves exist in all forms across the planet, perfect for your bucket list. From the otherworldly glowworm caves which light up like sparkling lights to deep underground caves showcasing the history of our planet, we love discovering the secret world of these destinations. Check our selection of the most amazing caves across the planet that are sure to scratch your need for adventure and picture-perfect views.
  • Last 10 Cities That Hosted The Summer Olympics

    We took a little trip down memory lane and *virtually* visited the 10 most recent Summer Olympic Games host cities. Check out how each city celebrated the occasion, and consider adding these exciting destinations to your bucket list. The Olympics have long been an international celebration dedicated to promoting travel and connection between countries far and wide, and with the current games underway, get in the spirit and let's take a look at these iconic, historical destinations.
  • RV campgrounds our kids have enjoyed

    These are some of our favorite campgrounds around the country that we thought were great not only for our large RV but also fun and safe for our kids
  • Race-cation Destinations

    In addition to traveling, I also really enjoy running. I've completed numerous 5k's 8k's 10k's, trail races, and a half marathon. 2022 will be my first marathon starting with the iconic NYC Marathon. With races in so many beautiful places I should definitely start training!
  • Honeymoon Destinations

    A little slice of paradise for you and your honey is just an airplane ride away. What better way to celebrate your endless love and connection than by visiting these gorgeous destinations? Here are our picks of the most romantic and picturesque destinations from around the world for the perfect backdrop of your romantic holiday. Whether you dream about relaxing along a pristine coastline sipping on fruity drinks or uncovering an adventure- we have the place for you.
  • Lonely Planet's Best in Travel

    The gorgeous natural landscape of Vancouver, the eclectic vibes surging through Denver, the historic ruins of Cairo- Lonely Planet has selected some of the most awe-inspiring destinations for their Best in Travel list. Explore their top picks of destinations for some future vacay inspo.
  • Worlds Most Epic Trails

  • do before i die destinations

    If I don't get to sip tea in Sri Lanka's hillside, read books in the Lake District, cozy up with Christmas lights in Zermatt, and watch grizzlies catch fish in Alaska before I die, I'm gonna *riot*. From the totally obtainable (White Sands National Park) to the obscure (Lofoten), here's my big, bad, do-before-I-die bucket list.
  • Beautiful and unique libraries around the world.

  • Incredible Libraries

    Spend a day or two lost amongst thousands of books on any subject you can imagine at these distinguished libraries around the world. From the edgy contemporary architecture of the Tianjin Binhai Library in China to the massive baroque-embracing library of Admont Abbey in Austria, there is so much to be discovered. We have handpicked some of the most incredible libraries from around the globe for your inner bookworm.
  • States in the US

    The United States is a melting pot of culture, with each of the 50 states possessing unique values, customs, food, and more. What better way to experience all of what this massive and diverse country has to offer than stopping by each pocket of flavor throughout the nation. Here is our list of *every* state in the US.
  • Breathtaking Rainforests To Discover Across The World

    Sunlight leaks through leafy trees, a soft pitter-patter of rainfall in all directions- there is nothing quite like traversing the wet, mossy grounds of a rainforest. Across the planet, these lush expanses of emerald soaked in rain and sunlight are home to thousands of unique biodiversity and plant life. These are some of the world's most incredible rainforests for any adventurous seekers looking to explore new terrain. From Washington State to Ghana, take a step into some of the most breathtaking rainforests to discover.
  • Places To See The Northern Lights

    The elusive aurora borealis isn’t as elusive as you might think, these northern destinations may be chilly but are a guarantee for optimal viewing on clear nights. Watching muted tones of neon green and electric purple swaying in the night sky is one of the most unique and ethereal experiences we can have on the planet- and we want to help you plan your northern lights adventure. So grab some winter clothes and start packing, from the lava rock terrain of Iceland to the grassy fields of northern Canada- these magical destinations are just a plane flight away.
  • The Best Margarita’s In Jacksonville. FL

    Did someone say Margaritas? Here are some of the best local spots to get Margaritas!
  • You Can Find Me Here Once Covid Is Over

    Here is a list of places I would like to visit once the pandemic will be long gone.
  • Quite places in Manhattan

    As you may have noticed, I'm in love with NYC. Everytime it's just a mix of emotions I get when I'm there. But what I love the most is that even if it's one of the most chaotic cities, you can still find some quite and peace to enjoy a good book. #SeekerChallenge
  • National Parks Lodging: The Most Unique Experiences for Summer 2020

  • Channel Islands National Park

    Close in proximity to Southern California yet completely isolated from the mainland, the Channel Islands National Park offers wildlife sightings at every turn, a nature enthusiasts dream.
  • Weekend Trips for the Wine Lover

  • The 16 Most Beautiful Fashion Museum Around the World

    Not  only archeology, paintings or dinosaure bones but the last years  brought a new type of institution: the Fashion Museum. For a young italian  women fashion fanatics like me that's simply amazing.  Ready steady and Enjoy this List, My Seeker Buddies
  • Glamping Sites Around the World

    Luxury experiences combined with getting in touch with nature- what could be a more fulfilling way to travel? Choosing your next destination for a glamping escape will be easy with our list of the best glamping sites across the globe. We chose the most gorgeous settings with amazing service and amenities, whether you want to be high in the mountains or relaxing in a tropical jungle. Enjoy our selection of glamping sites around the world.
  • Theme & Amusement Parks

    Grab your favorite snack and get ready for the epic highs and lows that come with a good coaster. We are obsessed with sampling amazing theme parks during our travels, whether you want cutesy rides for the entire family or are seeking to scream your face off- we know a place! Check out this awesome list of crazy parks across the globe for your next exciting adventure.
  • Places around the World Where Mother Earth Really Outdid Herself

    Check out these mesmerizing places created by Mother Nature you won't believe. 🌎
  • Best Beach Getaways For Early Summer

    Kick-off your summer travel plans the right way- lots of sunshine and sandy shores. Whether you hit the beach to relax and unwind, or are looking for a coastline adventure- we have selected the world's most incredible, top-rated beaches for your early summer travel. So it's time to sink your toes into some cool sand, let's dive into the best beach getaways for early summertime travel.
  • Spring Blossoms Around The World

    April showers bring May flowers, and what encompasses the spirit of springtime than fresh blossoms flourishing alongside quaint countrysides and bustling cityscapes? These destinations are famed for different blossoms that perk up in the spring months- whether it's the mysterious pink aura of cherry blossoms in Tokyo to sprawls of wildflowers in Italy. Let's delve into the colorful and fragrant world of blooming flowers at these breathtaking destinations.
  • Cities Known For Incredible Food Markets

    Nothing motivates us like food when it comes to our travel destinations- and food markets allow optimal chances to sample as much local cuisine as we can in a short period of time (and often some of the tastiest. Whether it's exploring the buzzing night markets of Taiwan with iced bubble tea in hand, enjoying *the freshest* sushi in Tokyo, or trying Toronto's unique peameal bacon- these markets are sure to make your mouth water.
  • Best Destinations For Retired Travelers

    It's time to get lost in the world and spend days exploring adventurous landscapes, sail alongside clear blue waters, hike rugged cliffsides, and explore sandy deserts. This planet has so much incredible beauty to offer, and with many countries adopting retiree visas that allow retired travelers to spend an extended time exploring unique cultural experiences, now is better than ever to plan your next big vacation. From the cherry blossom-lined cities of Japan to the bubbling geysers of Iceland- these are our top destinations for retired travelers.
  • Most Likely To Be A Backdrop In A Romcom Cities Around The World

    These cities make the perfect backdrop for a romantic tale of two, not just for their intensely gorgeous scenery, but for their hypnotic atmosphere that just oozes romance. Dinner at a candlelit Parisian restaurant, touring the rustic streets of Kyoto, uncovering the dynamic date spots of Budapest, enter your personal romantic comedy with this sweet-like candy list. So grab your sweetheart's hand and step on stage. Action!
  • Best Cities For Street Photography

    These cities are known globally for being some of the most impactful on fashion, art, and design- let's just say this list is for the photographers who might be having some "writer's block" per se. With an artsy atmosphere brimming throughout the streets, dynamic architecture, and an inspiring population- these destinations are easily some of the most visually stunning on the planet. Be sure to pack extra film, and have plenty of space on your memory card.
  • Breathtaking Lantern Festivals Around The World

    As we enter the new year, the ever-so-magical image of mesmerizing lanterns has already begun sparkling in our imaginations. We put together a list of some of the most breathtaking lantern festivals that occur yearly (and sometimes monthly!) throughout the world. While different cultures, countries, and cities have their own unique way of interpreting and celebrating the world- one thing that stays constant is the beauty of light. From the Umi No Hi celebration in Japan, in honor of the ocean, to the water lantern festival of Honolulu, paying respects to our loved ones past- these stunning destinations each carry a deep meaning and spectacular beauty that accumulates in these iconic lantern festivals.
  • Idyllic Destinations Around The World For November Travel

    November is often overlooked as a travel month, but plenty of cities and countries across the world are entering a period of blissful temperatures and sunny days. From the hustle and bustle of London to the island lifestyle of St. Bart’s, these bucket-list destinations are like magic in November. Whether you want a beach getaway, or a chance to explore the city- these spots are some of the most exciting places to see this month.
  • Best Poolside Bars Around The World

    Just swim up for an elegant cocktail at these luxury poolside destinations across the world. There is one thing that we think that everyone can get behind, and that’s a conveniently placed luxury bar experience alongside the pool. From lagoons that transport you beneath waterfalls to infinity pools overlooking cities- these sparkling destinations around the world will help you cool off and replenish yourself, whether it's an afternoon with friends or a romantic night out swimming beneath the stars.
  • Most Adventurous National Parks Around The World

    If you are an adrenaline junkie look no further, we have selected some of the most *iconic*, adventurous national parks around the entire world so that you can start planning your next exploration. Whether you want to raft through rushing rivers, hike dramatic peaks, or witness incredible wildlife, check out these famous destinations for some major adventuring inspo.
  • Unique Beaches Around The World

    These ethereal coastlines will transport you to other planets. Dip your toes in neon blue glowing waters, or snap an insta-worthy picture against cotton-candy colored sandy shores. These fascinating and beautiful beaches around the world are one-of-a-kind destinations that you won’t believe are on planet earth. Let’s take a look at what mother nature has in store for our next fantastical beach getaway.
  • Top Places to See Cherry Blossoms in the U.S

    Hello Spring! This is the season of blossoming and bringing in the new. What better way to enjoy this beautiful season than by taking a trip to see cherry blossom trees. Cherry blossoms are one of the most enchanting sights of the season, as the trees only bloom for a short glimpse of time. This brief-lived moment of bubblegum pink sweetness has been captivating and inspiring human beings for centuries. Here is a list of some of the best places in the US that you can visit to witness blooming cherry blossoms this spring.
  • My favorite UNESCO World Heritage Sites

    At the moment, there are 1,153 UNESCO World Heritage Sites dotted across the globe
  • New York Times' 52 Places

    Leave it to The New York Times to curate such a lengthy list of life-changing locations for their iconic 52 Places list. These unique travel destinations across the world were selected by pros for being breathtakingly beautiful and providing awe-inspiring experiences. From the towering ancient pyramids of Egypt to the neon bustling metropolis of Tokyo, there is a lot of vacation inspo for your next big adventure.
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  • Romantic Resorts Around The World

    Relax along the sandy shores of Greece or swim beneath the palm trees in Bali, explore amongst cave formations in Jamaica, or enjoy delicious room service in a fortress-turned luxury hotel in Spain. There is nothing quite like enjoying a resort vacation with your partner- warm sunshine, clear shores, and gorgeous scenery makes for an excellent opportunity to connect and unwind together. Let's take a little tour of the world's most romantic resorts for a swoon-worthy holiday for two.
  • Destinations That Feel Unreal

    Golden temples reflecting in blue waters, pigs swimming in a tropical paradise, and a mysterious eye-shaped geological feature staring right into outer space- this list features some of our planet's most otherworldly destinations. Whether you want to travel to a hidden hilltop village in Italy for some artistic inspo, or spend the day exploring the lush forests of China, this list is for the adventurous and creative.
  • Cities To Visit In 2022

    Hello, 2022! From established tourist destinations to cities on the verge of stardom in the digital nomad scene, these destinations are glittering and sparkling fresh for some new adventures. Experience an authentic St. Patty's day in Dublin, or head south for an authentic taste of Cinco de Mayo in Puebla, Mexico (or both!). Whether you are seeking an international city or a beachside paradise for your next big vacation, we promise you won't want to miss this list. Bon Voyage!
  • Winter Wonderlands To Visit This Season

    For a proper winter full of glistening snowflakes, hot cocoa, and fairytale-like settings- we have put together a list of the most Winter Wonderland-esque destinations in the world for your winter holiday. From national parks full of outdoorsy snow fun to old cities decorated in an array of kaleidoscopic illuminations and fresh snowfall. Grab your coziest jacket and favorite hat and let’s step into the magical world of winter.
  • Destinations For Fashion Lovers Around The World

    From the classic berets and trench coats of Paris to the cutting edge punk style of London- these cities are IRL runways. Whether you are looking to uncover subculture fashion in Tokyo's Harajuku district or strut your style along the luxury roads of Milan, we have put together a list of the world's most fashionable destinations. From cutting edge to drenched in elegance, embrace innovation, creativity, and the seamless intersection of design with daily life at these stylish destinations.
  • Lesser Known National Parks Around The World

    If you are looking for something new this year to provide excitement, wilderness, and adventure to your travel plans- here are our top picks of the best, lesser-known, national parks from around the world. No matter if you are in Africa, Australia, or North America, if you are seeking mountain climbing or prefer trailing through shimmering rainforests of unique creatures and flowers, we have found the spot for you. Explore these hidden gem destinations that provide all the wonder and beauty, without the crowds.
  • Favorite Spots in Healdsburg, CA

    Healdsburg is the perfect home base for wine tasting in Sonoma County. The historic square in downtown is packed with restaurants and unique shops and there are dozens of world class wineries in the surrounding area. Here are some of my favorites.

  • Travel & Leisure's 50 Best Places to Travel

    These breathtaking destinations selected by Travel & Leisure are on the top of bucket lists worldwide. From the gorgeous tropical landscape of Costa Rica to the modern metropolis of Beijing, this list encompasses the vast sceneries and experiences that our planet has to offer. Explore with us seekers, the 50 best places to travel as chosen by the experts at Travel & Leisure.
  • Places To See Before I Die

  • Best Nashvegas Honky Tonks!

    You haven’t really experienced Nashville until you go downtown and hop into all of the hot Honky Tonks! #SeekerChallenge
  • Things to do in Charlotte

    Running list of things I've done and plan to do in Charlotte! I have a bunch of friends visiting this summer so we've been trying to find the best activities!
  • secret getaways in the northeast

    secret getaways in the northeast
  • Top Arcade Bars That Every Nerd Should Visit

    We think it's important to unleash your inner nerd. Arcade bars are the best combination of classic arcade games and tasty drinks with friends. Whether you have a competitive spirit or just like the aesthetic value of vintage game sets with neon flashing lights, mix it up and try out our favorite locations across the world for your next night out. Because there is nothing that unites us quite like a little fun and games.
  • Top Cannabis Cafes Around the World

    From traditional cafes in Amsterdam to trendy lounges on the North American west coast, cannabis cafe culture is growing across the world *literally*. We scoured our records of past 420 friendly spots and selected our favorites, taking into consideration the ambiance and the quality of the bud. These inclusive spots serve inexperienced to well-versed connoisseurs daily, offering a truly elite cannabis-infused experience for levels. Enjoy hand-rolled premium joints, weed leaf tempura, and *a lot* of munchies at these top weed cafes across the world.
  • World's Most Popular Destinations

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  • Haunted Places That You Should Never Visit

    Here some fun and spooky places to see during spooky season 🎃 💀 #Halloween
  • Forbes' Top 50 in Travel

    Across all continents, Forbes has selected their pick for the top 50 travel destinations. Explore the gorgeous hues of Jaipur or the bustling neon glow of Seoul, relax beachside after partying all night in Ibiza or try on eclectic Harajuku fashion in Tokyo. Across our planet there is so much to see and discover, so come on seekers as we explore this awe-inspiring list of destinations.
  • CN Traveler's 20 Best Places to Go

    With a full palate featuring all colors of the rainbow, from picturesque ivory houses lining the Tangier coast to the clear turquoise waters of Okinawa, these are the 20 best places to travel according to CN Traveler. Take a look into these unique and culturally rich tourist destinations that while sometimes overlooked, are guaranteed to produce lifelong memories and Instagram-worthy pictures.
  • Best Beaches in the World

    From adventurous rocky coastlines to sandy paradises perfect for relaxation, these beaches are sure to make your seaside dreams come true. We have a guilty pleasure for exploring beaches throughout our world travels and have chosen these as the most picturesque, ocean-side destinations across the planet. From penguin viewing on a sandy coast in South Africa to the crystal clear turquoise water of Tulum, put on some sandals and explore these gorgeous beaches for your next escape.
  • Favorite Destinations for Solo Female Traveler

    These are some of my favorite destinations I've traveled to by myself and had the best time! #Women'sHistoryMonth
  • Places to Experience Florida's Natural Beauty

    Theme parks are great and all, but the beaches, swamps, and forests of Florida are just as magical. #seekerchallenge 🌍
  • Top things to do outside of Joshua Tree National Park

    Sure, you've wanted to go visit Joshua Tree National Park and the hipster enclave of Joshua Tree. But while you can explore the national park for the rest of your life and still not see it all, what else is there to do - outside of the park - during your visit? Plenty.
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    New England, a.k.a. the birthplace of the American diner
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    A few of my favorite movies/tv show film locations.
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  • The Most Colorful Places Around the World

    Discover some of the most otherworldly and ethereal landscapes gleaming in heavy pigments, from alkaline red lakes to banana-colored volcanic landscapes. For Pride month we wanted to select the most vibrant destinations across the planet in every shade of ROYGBIV to create the ultimate rainbow-themed bucket list. Let your rainbow flags fly this summer while taking a look at some of the most colorful places on earth. Happy Pride Seekers!
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  • Restaurants from the show Diners, Drive-ins and Dives

    If it's good enough for Guy Fieri, it's good enough for me! Here is the complete list of every diner, drive-in and dive featured on the show. Road trip anyone?
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    My live list of top sights/restaurants/bars in the Seattle area
  • Top Cold-Weather Winter Travel Destinations

    Cold weather travel is a delight that often gets overlooked. Here at Seeker. we love cozying up by the fireplace in a snow-covered cottage, exploring the gorgeous pearly views of icy tundra, and walking through an impeccably-decorated Manhattan pretending we are starring in our very own Lifetime holiday film. We selected some of the most dreamy and wintery destinations around the world. How many have you been to?
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  • Tropical destinations where you can get your party on

    For those that can only tolerate peace and quiet for so long (🙋‍♀️) here are some tropical destinations that come to life after the sun sets.
  • Island Getaways

    Escape mundane daily life to these slices of actual paradise, everyone needs an island getaway at least once a year. The crystal clear turquoise waters, endlessly sunny climate, fresh local cuisine, islands are consistently the most popular tourist destinations on the planet. Whether you seek a tropical paradise in Tahiti or the vast mountainous landscapes of Kauai, we know that these gorgeous islands are calling your name.
  • Coolest Themed Bars in the US

    I’m a sucker for a themed bar. 🍻🍷🍸🍹🥂🥃
  • Best Places to Eat in Williamsburg, VA

    These are some of my favorite places to eat, grab a cup of coffee, or get a drink after dinner in Williamsburg. From Merchant Square to New Town, there are a lot of great restaurant options here.
  • Best Deserts of the World

    Deserts are often the most neglected of all of Mother Nature's wonders, but this list will have you thinking about adding a sandy oasis to your bucket list. Witness the silky sands across the world as you explore one of the most beautiful landscapes across the planet. These destinations will have you uncovering secret towns and picturesque rock formations- let's take a look at some of our favorite deserts from around the world.
  • Nat Geo's 20 Trending Destinations

    Nat Geo has their finger on the pulse in terms of trendy destinations to add to your bucket list. While these destinations are recently lighting up on Traveller's minds worldwide, they also have amazing historical significance and have been attracting streams of adventurers for years. From the ancient pyramids towering in sandy Egypt to the lush natural landscape of Vietnam, let's take a look at Nat Geo's selection of trending destinations.
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  • The NeverEnding Bucket List

    I love making sure things are firmly written down to put them in action! I want to do all these and More! Have you done any of these? I’ll continuously add when I complete something! Let’s go!
  • World's Coolest Bookstores

    For a rainy day hideaway and buying new reading material or simply a place to unwind after exploring a new city, discovering a new bookstore is like finding treasure. We love visiting unique book stores during our travels and have selected some of the coolest bookstores on the planet, known for their atmosphere, tasty treats, and impeccable selection of books to get lost in. Enjoy this list of the absolute coolest bookstores in the world, from book-themed hotels to historical landmarks.
  • A List of Every Major League Baseball Stadium

    These home-run stadiums are famous across the map for housing some of the most prominent games and historical moments of all time. Baseball is an authentically American pastime, cheering for your home team, collecting cards, enjoying tasty snacks- embrace the full USA experience at these major league stadiums from coast to coast.
  • Places to See Before I Die

    This is a work in progress list that I would constantly update as I go along :)
  • Dreamy hot springs in the US

    I became a hot springs hunter last summer when I stumbled upon Wild Willy's Hot Springs in Mammoth Lake - a super remote pool surrounded by nothing but nature and a handful of strangers soaking in the sunset while sipping BYO-Beer. I had a "How am I just learning by this?" moment. I'm now on a quest to discover another Wild Willy's.
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    "We travel, some of us forever, to seek other places, other lives, other souls."

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  • Haleakalā National Park: The Complete Guide for 2023

    A massive dormant shield volcano that makes up about three quarters of Maui is a showstopper among the unique landscape of Haleakalā National Park. Also known as “House of the Sun” in Hawaiian, Haleakalā towers 10,023 feet tall over the island. While Haleakala may be the reason to visit, this tropical US national park has […]

  • 16 Underrated US Cities Worth Visiting

    Sometimes the best cities in the US aren’t household names…or even home to major airports. Beyond capital cities and near major metropolises are lesser-known cities, town and villages waiting to be explored. Beauty, history, and charm make many of the most underrated US cities worth a visit in 2023. From soothing soaks in the hot […]

  • America’s Next National Park? Top Contenders for 2023

    In 2019, White Sands National Park became America’s 62nd national park. Two years later, New River Gorge National Park became the nation’s 63rd. Now we’re all wondering: which park will take the title next? Lucky for us, the top contenders for America’s next national park include scenic national forests, ancient cultural sites, lazy rivers, and […]

  • The Most Unique Travel Destinations Around the World

    From rainbow lakes and trees to glowing waters around the world, our planet is filled with so many unique and wacky wonders. When an overcrowded museum or park simply won’t do, add a unique travel destination to your itinerary. Here are a few of our favorite weird, wacky, and wonderfully unique travel destinations around the […]

  • 17 Creative Date Ideas in Houston For Any Budget

    Houston may be known as the culinary capital of the south, but there’s so much more to do on date night than go out to dinner. Don’t get me wrong, a night out at one of Houston’s many fine dining establishments is a night well spent. However, there’s plenty for couples to do in the […]

  • Katmai National Park: The Complete Guide for 2023

    Spanning over 4 million acres across the vast landscape of the Alaskan Peninsula, Katmai National Park and Preserve is home to over 2,000 brown bears, abundant annual salmon runs, diverse marine wildlife, expansive coastlines, boreal forests, and rugged volcanic geology. This extensive, remote wilderness is only accessible by boat or plane, further protecting the environment […]

  • Petrified Forest National Park: The Complete Guide for 2022

    If you’ve ever wanted to travel to the moon but don’t have the time, head to Arizona’s Petrified Forest National Park: well-known for its cratered landscapes, colorful eroding badlands, and vibrant petrified logs. With access to the scenic Petrified Forest Road, visitors can easily hop out to enjoy stunning overlooks, family-friendly trails, visitor centers, and […]

  • 15 Creative Date Ideas in Boston for Any Budget

    When drinks and dinner don’t cut it anymore, why not switch things up? Whether its your first date or 50th, its time to break free from your monotonous date routine. From swing sets and swan boats to kayaking and cannoli, here are 15 Boston date ideas to give you and your loved one a jumpstart on […]

  • 15 Best Places to Celebrate Day of the Dead (Día de los Muertos)

    One of the most magical fall festivals in the world is Día de los Muertos: a traditional Mexican holiday where families honor death and celebrate life. Held on November 2, it’s believed that deceased relatives reunite with their families on Day of the Dead. The night is filled with music, processions, and candlelit ofrendas (altars) […]

  • The Best Places to Celebrate Halloween Worldwide

    Darkness falls across the world on October 31st, ushering in a night of Halloween thrills and chills. The pagan festival of Halloween was first celebrated in Ireland 3,000 years ago. Today, the Gaelic festival is celebrated with freaky fun that includes wild halloween events, carved pumpkins, trick-or-treating, ghost tours, parades, and more. While there are […]

  • 18 Best Oktoberfest Events in the US for 2022

    As autumn approaches, it’s time to don lederhosen and dirndls and raise a beer stein in honor of Oktoberfest. While the Bavarian festival is rooted in 19th-century Germany, the popularity of the fall folk festival is prevalent throughout the US. The original Oktoberfest event was celebrated in 1810 on the wedding day of Crown Prince […]

  • The Best Fall Festivals in the US for 2022

    After a summer of fun in the sun, you autumn know (get it?) about these cozy fall events and festivals. Stretching from the autumnal equinox in late September to the Winter Solstice at the end of December, autumn is the perfect time to enjoy the outdoors by apple picking, leaf peeping, and festival-going. From stargazing to […]

  • Top Places to See Fall Foliage in the US 2023

    In hues of amber, crimson, and ochre, fall conjures up cozy sweaters, pumpkin spice, and fabulous fall foliage Predicting the best time to see the leaves change is tricky, but many states offer foliage trackers to help travelers time their trips. Looking at past peak periods can also help predict the best time to take […]

  • List of All National Parks in the US By State | 2022

    From swivel chairs to space rockets, the US has had some darn bright ideas over its short history. But of all the ideas that have changed the world, the national parks system is surely close to the top. It was way back in 1872 that the sulfur-belching lands of Yellowstone were designated as protected lands […]

  • Yosemite National Park: The Complete Guide for 2023

    Massive granite cliffs, majestic waterfalls, and abundant wildlife: Yosemite’s U-shaped valley features profound natural wonders, earning its spot as the most-visited California national park. With more than 1,200 square miles of protected land within its borders, there’s opportunity for endless adventure. Walk amongst Giant Sequoias, explore the high country, swim in alpine lakes, hike up […]

  • Kings Canyon or Sequoia National Park?

    Considering a trip to the land of the giant sequoias but don’t know which park to visit? Well you’re in luck. Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks are connected by the Kings Canyon Scenic Byway and are both easily do-able in one trip. In fact, the byway runs alongside many of the top attractions in […]

  • 15 Creative Date Ideas in NYC For Any Budget

    New York: the city that never sleeps. With so much to do in one place, you’d think that picking out a date night activity would be simple. The problem is, with so many options, it can be hard to know where to start. Whether or not you plan on sleeping tonight (wink wink), there are plenty […]

  • Mount Rainier National Park: The Complete Guide for 2023

    Ancient forests, bountiful wildflowers, alpine lakes, and expansive meadows all surround the most-glaciated peak in the contiguous US. Mount Rainier National Park is a Pacific Northwest gem like no other. Stroll through the forest, stargaze under the dark night sky, go for an alpine hike, or enjoy a peaceful, scenic drive over mountain passes. With […]

  • 15 Creative Date Ideas in Minneapolis For Any Budget

    Known for its stunning collection of lakes, eclectic music venues, and of course, some seriously beautiful (if not brutal) winters, Minneapolis is the perfect city to romance your sweetheart. Whether it’s your first or your fiftieth date, there’s no need to settle for the tired old ‘dinner and a movie’ narrative. There are endless options when […]

  • 50 of the Most Romantic Places in the US by State

    Love is in the air, around the corner, and all over the map. Whether you prefer long walks on the beach at sunset, wining and dining until the wee hours of the morning, or soaring to new heights – literally, we have 50 shades of ways to spark love, rekindle romance, and induce wanderlust. Let’s […]

  • 13 Epic National Parks to Visit in Winter

    From tropical islands to winter wonderlands, these sprawling US national parks are brimming with a sense of exploration and wonder. Visit frozen waterfalls and ski down snowy slopes in Montana at Glacier National Park, go snorkeling alongside sandy shorelines at Florida’s Dry Tortugas National Park, or hike volcanic landscapes and lava fields at Hawai’i Volcanoes […]

  • 18 of the Craziest New Year’s Eve Ball Drop Events in the US

    Three, two, one…happy new year! Cities around the globe are ushering in the new year with coordinated countdowns and wacky, wild ball drops. Arguably, the most epic New Year’s Eve event is the ball drop in Times Square in New York, but smaller spots host equally exciting countdowns that include dropping quirky objects, like a […]

  • Crater Lake National Park: The Complete Guide for 2023

    Pristine blue water surrounded by sheer cliffs and the deepest lake in the entire US, Crater Lake National Park is a breathtaking sight for visitors near and wide. But wait, there’s more! Adventure your way through this famous US national park‘s incredible old-growth forest ecosystems: lodgepole pines, ponderosa pines, whitebark pines, and mountain hemlocks make […]

  • 15 Creative Date Ideas in Chicago For Any Budget

    The Midwest’s largest city, Chicago, is the ideal place to turn your ordinary date night into an extraordinary excursion everyone will envy. With 26 miles of lakefront, 25 beaches, 600 parks, 200 music venues, and more than 7,000 cocktail bars and restaurants, there are countless places to take a date in the Windy City. But […]

  • 27 of the Most Remote Restaurants in the World

    How far would you travel for the perfect pint, celebrity chef meal, or creatively-crafted cocktail? Some of the most exemplary epicurean endeavors are a long plane, train, or car ride from civilization. Or, in some cases…. multiple modes of transport until you’re literally in the middle of nowhere. From the middle of the ocean to […]

  • Joshua Tree National Park: The Complete Guide for 2023

    Rugged mountains, giant boulders, desert wildlife, and the famous Joshua Tree yucca plants span across the 800,000-acre landscape protected as Joshua Tree National Park. Go hiking, rock climbing, birding, stargazing, or horseback riding to explore the tranquil environment in this Southern California national park. Gaze at impressive panoramic vistas, learn about California’s mining history, explore […]

  • The Ultimate Guide to Halloween Horror Nights Orlando 2022

    Most people run from things that go bump in the night, but Halloween Horror Nights (HNN) at Universal Orlando Resort’s Universal Studios Florida park invites guests to run straight toward them. On select nights in September and October each year, the Orlando, FL theme park transforms from a family-friendly vacation spot into a playground for […]

  • 17 of the Most Haunted Places in America

    Mysterious and spooky, ghosts have captivated the world for centuries. From ghost stories and seances to haunted tours of the most mysterious places on earth, the fascination with spirits and connecting with the departed skyrockets during autumn with cooler weather, long nights, and, of course, Halloween. The most haunted places in the U.S. are not […]

  • Sequoia National Park: The Complete Guide for 2022

    Lace up your boots and head to Sequoia National Park: Land of Giants, home to the largest trees in the world. Sitting at number 23 on our list of US national parks, Sequoia is famous for its groves of old growth giant sequoias. And the plunging peaks and steep mountain hikes? Those might come as […]

  • 8 Amazing Glass Bridges for Thrill Seekers

    Glass bridges— elevated paths perched hundreds of feet above rushing waters and deep canyons—have grown in popularity in the last two decades. These glass-bottom marvels offer crystal-clear vantage points to admire amazing landscapes, take picture-perfect panoramas, and capture enviable selfies while amping up the fear factor. Acrophobics, beware. From the Grand Canyon to the Canadian […]

  • 9 of America’s Top Dinosaur Museums & Attractions

    Did you grow up lecturing classmates on the difference between a Brontosaurus and a Brachiosaurus? Did you spend sleepless nights watching Jurassic Park over and over (and over) again? While we can’t hook you up with a time machine, we can point you toward nine dinosaur museums and dinosaur attractions across the US where you […]

  • 17 Delicious Food Factory Tours Across the US

    Ever wonder how PEZ is made? Thanks to food factory tours, hungry travelers can satisfy their curiosities…and cravings. Whether you’re road tripping across the US or exploring your own hometown, take a delicious detour at some of the country’s most beloved snack factories. From learning how ice cream is made at Ben & Jerry’s in […]

  • 19 Best Things to Do on the North Shore of Oahu

    The North Shore of Oahu is one of the most famous spots in the Hawaiian Islands, thanks to its prime surfing conditions. But the waves at Pipeline and Waimea Bay aren’t the only draw of this alluring destination. While on the North Shore of Oahu, you can also swim with sharks, search for hidden petroglyphs, […]

  • 38 of the Most Unique Hotels in the World

    When it comes to sleeping around the world, we have no reservations. Fancy resorts? Cheap hostels? Quirky hotels? Been there, done that. From planes and trains to a decommissioned oil rig to ice hotels and igloos, we get around, booking unique hotels that come in all sorts of shapes, sizes, and surroundings. We’ve traveled to […]

  • The Best Things to Do in New Mexico (from A to Z)

    Tucked in the heart of America’s southwest lies the Land of Enchantment: miles upon miles of vast desert, caves, museums, wacky installations and…aliens? This patch of the U.S is where artists retreat, where adobes outnumber hotels, and where your imagination can run absolutely wild. From strange rock formations and plunging caverns to Earthships and UFO […]

  • Pinnacles National Park: The Complete Guide for 2023

    As volcanoes erupted throughout central California about 23 million years ago, Pinnacles National Park began to form. Located near the San Andreas Fault, the fault split over time and pushed Pinnacles about 200 miles north. Peaks over 3,000 feet were formed, and the continuing tectonic movement and wind and water erosion formed the unusual rock […]

  • Badlands National Park: The Complete Guide for 2023

    Badlands? Why would you name a national park bad-lands? Well, the Oglala Lakota People were the first to name this site. They originally called this area “mako sica,” which translates to “land bad.” When French fur trappers traveled through, they called the area “les mauvaises terres à traverser” or “bad lands to travel across.” Rugged […]

  • White Sands National Park: The Complete Guide for 2023

    White Sands National Park is surreal in the best sense of the word. Snow-white sand dunes stretch as far as the eye can see, with the San Andres Mountains framing the horizon. It’s hard to understand just how strange miles and miles of blindingly-white sand is until you visit this wild US national park in […]

  • 8 Places to Travel Boujee on a Budget

    There’s simply no denying the fact that 2020 threw us all for a loop. The COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc on life as we know it, putting all of our plans on pause for the foreseeable future. Although the boredom and loneliness of quarantine may have gotten to you, your wallet is likely thanking you for […]

  • The Top 420-Friendly Hotels in the World

    In decades past, Amsterdam was the sole destination for marijuana tourism. Lucky for us, today, there are dozens of weed-friendly travel destinations around the globe that welcome recreational cannabis users with open arms. Still, in a lot of those cities, especially in the United States, it can be difficult to find safe consumption sites. Unlike […]