Pocono Waterfall Day Trip – Dingmans Falls & Bushkill Falls

Everybody knows that the Pocono Mountains are for winter sport lovers! Nevertheless, having been in the area several times in the off-season, I can tell you first hand that it’s a cool place to go in the summer as well! There’s plenty of things to do in the area Continue reading “Pocono Waterfall Day Trip – Dingmans Falls & Bushkill Falls”

Joshua Tree National Park – a day spent in between two deserts

Joshua Tree National Park is such a pleasant one. It not only has stunning views, but a kinda funky and whimsical feel! The Mojave and the Colorado desert meet in Joshua Tree National Park, creating a very special place with two different types of ecosystems – the variety of fauna and flora is fascinating in this park! Continue reading “Joshua Tree National Park – a day spent in between two deserts”

Death Valley National Park – must see spots and tips

Death Valley National Park was the third national park my husband and I visited in our rad California road trip last summer! We visited Sequoia & Kings Canyon NP and Yosemite NP right before radically changing terrain, landscape and weather while driving to Death Valley. Continue reading “Death Valley National Park – must see spots and tips”

Yosemite National Park – what to do in the Valley and Tuolumne Meadows

Yosemite National Park is without a doubt one of my favorites! I’m sure you’ve seen Yosemite high up in the rankings of best US national parks. Am I right? Well, I’m here to tell you that it’s for a good reason! Continue reading “Yosemite National Park – what to do in the Valley and Tuolumne Meadows”

Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Park – top 10 things to do

Sequoia and Kings Canyon national park was the first park my husband and I visited last summer while taking a road trip through California. We visited a total of 4 national parks and, as you can imagine, had the best time! Sequoia and Kings Canyon national park was the perfect start for an epic road trip adventure. Continue reading “Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Park – top 10 things to do”

Golden Circle – a guide to driving the most popular route in Iceland

The Golden Circle is the most popular route in Iceland! Last spring, my husband and I went on a road trip adventure through Iceland. We got a camper van rental and drove the whole Ring Road – the loop road that takes you all around the island. We couldn’t miss the Golden Circle though, so we added this famous route to our itinerary as well!

In this post I’m going to talk about the optimized itinerary that I’ve put together, along with some tips to drive the Golden Circle like a local and not miss a thing! Continue reading “Golden Circle – a guide to driving the most popular route in Iceland”

6 reasons why you should get a camper van rental for your Iceland road trip

Iceland is one of my favorite countries. It is rugged, wild and beautiful. It has plenty of amazing experiences that you can venture to, from whale watching to glacier trekking. Not to mention the spectacular landscapes and their roaring waterfalls! Continue reading “6 reasons why you should get a camper van rental for your Iceland road trip”

Top 5 waterfalls in wild Iceland

Iceland seems to be the hot destination of the moment. It’s rugged, wild and simply stunning!

If you are a nature lover, Iceland is your place – there’s no doubt about that. But if you are a waterfall chaser, you have to go to Iceland immediately! There are so many top waterfalls in Iceland that the “smaller” ones don’t even have a name – an official one at least! Continue reading “Top 5 waterfalls in wild Iceland”

A guide to Saguaro National Park

Last December, my husband and I went for a road trip to Arizona. After visiting Sedona (read about it here) and the Petrified Forest National Park (read about it here), we headed south towards Tucson to visit Saguaro National Park!

We’ve all seen a photo of this cactus before, right?! It’s because saguaros are an icon of the Southwest! Continue reading “A guide to Saguaro National Park”

A guide to Petrified Forest National Park

I had heard very little about the Petrified Forest National Park before our visit. All I knew was that there’s wood turned rock in it! Isn’t that fascinating? Given that we love how well organized and maintained the national parks are in this country…we were sold! So I planned a quick visit while we were staying in Sedona for a hiking trip (read more about it here!) last December. Continue reading “A guide to Petrified Forest National Park”