Cold, wet and miserable are just some of the descriptions of winter weather. Often, in the midst of this dreary season, our minds are flooded with dreams of laying on the beach or basking in the sun. However, once the time comes, we often find ourselves lingering over the same old question: WHERE DO WE GO? Read More
As one of the largest countries in the world, America stands out in terms of land mass, varied terrain and its number of national parks. There are 59 national parks in the United States, spread across twenty-seven states and two American territories. The Wrangel-St. Elias national park alone is larger than the nine smallest states in the country individually. Read More
If you’ve ever heard the phrase “If it’s not on Instagram, it didn’t happen,” you know how important a picture can be. When traveling the quickest and easiest way to share your experiences is though a quick picture post on social media.
While many youth from other parts of the world, like the UK, are very familiar with the “gap year” travel concept and work months to save up the funds to travel around the world between high school and college or college and full-time employment, travel unfortunately does not seem to be as high of a priority for many in the US.
Sunburns, endless amounts of sweat, scorching temperatures and sweltering humidity… a few of the things we relate to “Summer”. While summertime may have its perks, there are plenty of reasons to beat the heat in search of cooler weather and a change of scenery. We’ve compiled a list of the top destinations to cool off this summer, all-the-while experiencing awesome attractions and cultures! Average high temperatures of these destinations for June through August fall between 50°F and 75°F (10°C and 24°C), so you’ll rest assured knowing you can comfortably explore these new places. Read More
Summer is the perfect time to explore the world with extra free time, not having to worry about classes or assignments, and warmer weather to get you outdoors. You’ll want to spend some time thinking about what you’d like to accomplish this summer, whether that be traveling to a place you’ve never been, learning a new skill, or simply unwinding from a stressful semester! To get you started, we’ve put together a summer to do list to kick off the summer. What will be on yours? Read More
Moscow, the capital city of Russia, inspires travelers with its art, history, and majesty. Whether you want to learn more about the Soviet regime, or experience a traditional Russian ballet, Moscow is one of the best summer vacation destinations and it offers a little something for everyone to enjoy. After you check out our list of the top sights to see in Moscow, you may want to start planning your trip there today! Read More
Still looking for summer travel plans? Head on over abroad for a summer in Europe! It seems that everyone wants to experience living abroad for a while, so why not go for the summer? Get some friends, your family, or if you’re brave enough, take on the adventure solo! I’ve compiled a list of my 8 favorite places in London. So if you decide to experience the city for yourself, I would recommend paying some or all of these places a visit; they certainly made my experience unforgettable. Read More
The United States is vast, and the summer is the perfect time to explore whichever of the 50 states you want to visit most, but there’s something important that might not be so vast: your student budget. Whether you’re hitting up the east coast and New York City or you’re flying out to Honolulu nearly 5,000 miles away, we have you covered on the five best student hotels that you can stay at while still meeting your student budget. Hey, maybe you could even travel to all five spots on one trip? That would be a near-guaranteed good time. Read More