Category: Travel Reviews

Where to Experience the Wilderness in the U.S.

In the United States, there are nearly 800 designated wilderness areas. Wilderness habitats in the United States protect a variety of environments, including marshes, canyons, and desert lands. For visitors who want to have a wilderness experience, the following are places they can visit right here in the United States. Joshua Tree Wilderness   The Colorado and Mojave Deserts converge… Read more →

7 of Greece’s Best Travel Spots 

 Fans of British television may recognize Corfu’s island from a popular series depicting a British family’s relocation from London to Corfu during the 1930s. The island was never controlled by the Ottoman Empire but was instead under the British, Venetians, and French rule. These European powers’ influence is seen in Venetian fortresses and the grand palaces’ stunning island architecture. The beautiful architecture and multicultural history of Corfu make it a must-visit.  Read more →

Tips for Taking Your First Road Trip

Finally, try to prioritize what you’re going to do on your trip. Is your goal just to see as much as possible? If so, you’re going to want to spend less on lodging and food so you can see more sites. Is comfort the goal? Be prepared to skip some roadside attractions to keep your wallet healthy. You can do an awful lot on a road trip, but no one can do it all, so make sure that you have a plan that will allow you to do the most important things. Read more →

Why International Travel Should Be Reconsidered This Year

The European Union of countries has shut down its borders from all other countries. Not even Britain is allowed to fly tourists into France and Germany after Brexit and the high COVID numbers Britain has experienced. These countries won’t even admit business “tourists” via plane, so any place you would want to go that is part of the EU is closed to you anyway. Read more →

Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens

Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens is a well-known botanical garden located at the eastern foot of Table Mountain in Cape Town, South Africa. This garden, which was founded to preserve the country’s unique flora, places a strong emphasis on the cultivation of indigenous plants. I walked through the garden on my way to hike Table Mountain. Even during the dead of winter… Read more →