North America Travel Guide
North America is diverse as they come. And it’s where I’ve called home for most of my life. From the vast space & sweeping vistas of cold Canada, to “America the Beautiful” & her 50 completely different states….a true melding of cultures from the world over, to spirited Mexico ~ with its beautiful beaches & party-loving cities, & the more authentic Mexico that is steeped in culture, soccer, & festivals.
And those are just three of the countries in North America.
From there, we head to the Caribbean & make our first stop in Cuba: where time stands still, & we’re transported to a different era. Then it’s on to Puerto Rico & Antigua, the Dominican Republic & the thousands of beautiful Caribbean Islands, encircled by delicious turquoise waters ~ & just a short flight from America’s east coast.
North America is vast, beautiful, & perhaps the continent with the most variety: from the glacial landscapes of Canada to the idyllic, tranquil waters of the Caribbean.
Let’s see what it’s all about….
North America Travel Guides
North America Blogs
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Indian Canyons is one of the most popular hiking areas in Palm Springs. Here, get all the essential hiking tips for Indian Canyons..
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