Everyone knows Utah is a great winter destination. After the 2002 Olympics, our snow became forever famous for winter sports. Skiers and snowboarders are some of the state’s main tourists. However, if you aren’t a fan of snow, what can Utah offer you? Hiking in gorgeous mountains or through Arches National Park is proof that there are fun things to do in Utah all year long. There are fun hikes for all ages. Utah is home to many national and state parks with an array of mountain ranges. There are limestone ranges, sandstone ranges, red rock ranges, and more. Whether you’re a seasoned adventurer, or just starting to hike you’ll find the perfect hike in Utah.
Traveling the world is a dream. Well, what if I told you it could be your reality? That you could keep your job, and still travel, still have a family, and still have amazing adventures?
Have you ever had the chance to leave the country? If you have, then you must have an idea of just how expensive and taxing the process usually is. The research, booking, and expenses can be overwhelming. That said, imagine a situation where all you have to do is wake up one morning, strap on your backpack, and leave without having to worry about the expenses or accommodation. Is it impossible? No.
With summer speeding around the corner, many people, families, and couples have begun planning their next vacation. While there are some people who are prepared to take extravagant trips to popular destinations, a perfect vacation does not have to be as strenuous on your wallet. Taking a trip while on a budget is more than possible, as there are a wide variety of budget-friendly options that are at your disposal. Whether you would like to travel outside of your country for a unique experience, or looking to travel a shorter distance to a location you have never been, then consider these tricks to help ease the strain on your wallet.
Imagine spending your life soaking up the sun, sea and sands of foreign lands?
Imagine drinking pina coladas and exploring the natural wonders of the world.
The Grand Canyon is a gigantic mass that stretches for almost 280 miles. It’s almost 20 miles wide, and more than six thousand feet deep.
Rome is notorious for being expensive to visit—there's so much to cram into your trip that the costs can add up quickly without you noticing. I've been three times now, both as a solo traveler and as part of a group, and each time I go I discover things new and interesting. Below is my top five list of things you can see for free whilst vacationing in the Eternal City.
As a budget traveler, I appreciate nifty travel guides that can help me make the most out of every trip I do. I’ve lived in South Korea for a little over two years already and traveled to Seoul many times that I’ve lost count. And being an expat, you learn to take note of relevant tips here and there for your next visit. Here’s a list of tips that I often tell my friends who plan to visit Seoul.
Roller coasters, character meets, concerts, great food. Universal really does it all. But the things they can't control like long lines, ignorant people, and heat are hard to deal with. I have a few tricks that will make your Universal trip worth it.
I remember the first time I heard the word nomad. I was watching a tiny house transformation on You Tube, and they kept referring to living a nomad life. I went to Webster’s Dictionary online, and the definition referred to earlier settlers with livestock, who would move from place to place for better pastures. It interested me hearing the modern spin of a nomad life, and realizing that we really are not that different from history.
If you're anything like me, traveling is your thing and there is probably very little in the world that makes you feel as fulfilled as traveling does. However, we all know getting to where you are trying to go is expensive, and once you get there? Eating, shopping, and everything in between can leave you broker than broke. So here are some hacks, tips, and tricks to make traveling much more possible.
As an art-lover who moved from London to Paris, one of the biggest adjustments I've had to make is how frequently I visit art galleries and museums. Unlike London, beacon of free culture, many of Paris' iconic galleries; such as the Louvre, Musée D'Orsay, and Jeu de Paume, sans gratis. Except for the first Sunday of the month, when most galleries open their doors to visitors, for free!