Since we can’t really go out right now and experience the world, let me help you build up your travel bucket list for the day we can all step outside and wander again. In the future, we’ll cover the top travel blogs of all time! But, for now, let me share these photos from my personal Insta collection with you. From the jungles of the Sierra Madre to igloos in the Arctic Circle, you’ll have more than enough trip ideas come the day that dreaded travel ban is lifted!!

1- Grutas Tolantongo, Hidalgo, Mexico

Hidden away in the gorgeous Sierra Madre Mountain Range, you’ll find the Grutas Tolantongo, a natural hot springs resort. There are hot spring pools that overlook the mountainside (like the one in the picture) and a waterfall with a hot-springs pool both within and beneath it. You’ll also find a warm river running throughout the property.


2- Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort, Finland

Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort is an arctic paradise. You can stay in glass igloos, real ice igloos, and/or cabins with glass domes as the bedroom. It’s the perfect place to go husky sledding and watch the northern lights shine.

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3- Caravan Outpost, Ojai, Los Angeles, US

If you’re looking for a “glamp” ground out in the desert, Caravan Outpost in the place for you. Vintage caravans, fire pits, and good company. It’s a glamper’s paradise.


4- Battambang, Cambodia

The temples of Angkor are absolutely breathtaking and worth the trip to Siem Reap! But if you’re already in Cambodia, check out the village life and the temple of Basaet from my photo here below. It’s a current archaeological site. And the circus in Battambang is definitely worth the visit, too.


5- Las Pozas, Xilitla, Mexico

Las Pozas is a hidden tree-house type structure built by an Englishman in the jungle of these Mexican mountains. Seriously. It’s so strange. And incredible, too.


6- The Giant Forest, Sequoia National Park, California, US

The Giant Forest is a wonderland of sequoia trees that makes you feel like a tiny ant.

7- Saint Paul de Vence, France

Saint Paul de Vence is just like that tiny little village from Beauty and the Beast. The all-stone hideaway is covered within an outer city wall and filled with the kindest people, the most beautiful eateries, and the best small-town shops and art galleries.


8- Tokopah Falls, Sequoia National Park, California, US

Another perfect spot in Sequoia National Park is the waterfall found at the end of the Tokopah Valley Trail. It’s the most majestic piece of American-looking scenery that I have ever seen in person.


9- Casitas Maraika, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

If you’re looking for an island resort with incredible food and a hotel where you can step right out onto the beach from your room, try Casitas Maraika!

10- Inspiration Point, Los Angeles, California, US

The beautiful peak at Inspiration Point overlooks the beauty that is Los Angeles!


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