The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is (by far) the most-visited National Park in the USA. Maybe because it’s conveniently located? Maybe because it’s awesome? Probably both. Also: it’s free!Continue reading Most Popular: Great Smoky Mountains National Park (North Carolina + Tennessee)
Legendary Weeki Wachee Springs is pure Florida magic. It’s a 1940s roadside attraction featuring live mermaids, a modern water park at a natural spring and a gateway to exploring miles of lush nature by kayak or SUP.Continue reading Meet Mermaids and Paddle A Crystal Clear River: Weeki Wachee Springs and River (Florida)
The Mediterranean island Mallorca is one of those magical places where the mountains meet the sea, where wildlife mingles with historic buildings, and the weather is as lovely as the food.Continue reading Where Mountains Meet the Sea: The Quieter Side of Mallorca (Balearic Islands, Spain)
The moment you come upon the deep, dark canyon, you’ll be amazed. But it’s when you see the magnificent Painted Wall that you know the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park is truly awesome.Continue reading (Literally) Awesome: Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park (Colorado)
For a colorful outdoor experience in New York City, walk among the biggest, most diverse collection of street art in Bushwick, a Brooklyn neighborhood. A must-see if you’re in NYC and like urban art!Continue reading Huge Collection of International and NYC Street Art in Bushwick (Brooklyn, NY)
La Boca, Cuba, offers the perfect escape from the winter up north and the crowds of Havana, nearby Trinidad and the popular resort beach Playa Ancon.Continue reading Charming Caribbean Seaside Village: La Boca (Cuba)
Arches National Park might be the most rewarding U.S. park because of the easy access to incredible views. Some of the best sights can be seen right from the car. And you’ll love the photos you’ll take!Continue reading This Rocks, Naturally: Arches National Park (Utah)
The unusual Saguaro National Park is a stunning nature getaway that’s especially enjoyable during the cooler months. Named after the iconic Saguaro cactus, it’s a must-visit for all who have dreamed of seeing the Wild West.
Devils Tower was declared the first US National Monument in 1906. At that point, it had already been a sacred site to Native American tribes for centuries. They just called it by more inviting names.
Big, refreshing and super fun Brooklyn Bridge Park stretches along the East River and features must-see NYC vistas, a fresh breeze from the open water, beautiful gardens and lots of opportunities to play and relax among diverse nature.