The Atacama Desert in Northern Chile is known to be the driest place on earth and is a truly unworldly place (Moon Valley living up to it’s name). We posted up in the remote town of San Pedro De Atacama for three nights and had some of the best travel moments of our lives. Since there is an overwhelming amount of tours and different ways to see the desert, we are going to break down for you how we spent our time, what was worth seeing and some pieces of advice for visiting.
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Where to Stay and Hike Visiting Zion
Zion National Park is one of the most popular national parks in our country, and now we can see why. The beauty surrounding us cleared our minds and filled our souls. Coming back from a long weekend here, we wanted to share our recommended itinerary is when planning a visit to southwest Utah.
Plan Your Next Trip With These Six Apps
Travel planning has become so much easier through the years with the help of apps at our fingertips, saving us so much time on research for our next destination. There are endless apps and websites out there for planning trips, so if you don’t know where to start, here are six of our favorites.
Why You’ll Love Arches National Park
Moab, Utah is home to Arches National Park. Visiting this summer was a last minute decision but we are so glad we went. It was stunning, challenging and therapeutic. It is our favorite national park we have been to so far and we are already itching to go back. If you are considering visiting, keep reading to hear about our experience and why we think you’ll love it.