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
There’s an amazing spa resort hidden in New Mexico, called Ojo Caliente. In this “Guide to Visiting Ojo Caliente Hot Springs,” we’ll find out more about it!
Lake Tahoe is one of my all-time favorite ski destinations: those LAKE VIEWS!! This post discusses the best ski-in ski-out resorts in Lake Tahoe!
So you want to run Hood-to-Coast?? You need to know what it’s REALLY like, & that’s what this “Guide to Surviving Oregon’s Epic Hood-to-Coast Race” is for!
Cedar Breaks or Bryce Canyon? In this post, I’ll explain why Cedar Breaks is a great alternative to Bryce Canyon, especially if you’re traveling with pets!
Ancient Aztec ruins sit atop a mist-shrouded hill in the Morelos state of Mexico, called El Tepozteco. Find out how to hike the Tepoztlan Ruins here…
Is Oaxaca safe for solo travel? Or is it just safe for travel, period? Mexico often gets a bad rap, & certain parts are dangerous ~ but definitely not all.
Have you ever wondered how to properly drink tequila, like they do in Mexico?? The gentlemen at Viva Mexico are showing us how to do it right in this post.
Take a drive through one of the most famous national parks in the country, in this video of Zion National Park & lesser-known, Kolob Canyon!
If you’re visiting Oaxaca (which you 100% SHOULD!!), visiting Hierve el Agua is a MUST!! Here’s your “Ultimate Guide to Hierve el Agua in Oaxaca!”
Mexico City is filled with parks, statues, & gardens ~ you’ll find at least one in almost every major neighborhood. Find the best parks in Mexico City here!
Where did Jared and Ashley get married??! That’s the question everyone in “Bachelor Nation” wants to know right now after seeing pics on Instagram. Read on!
Is Mexico City safe for solo travel, & female travel? In a word: YES. I fell in love with this sprawling metropolis, & we’ll talk all things safety here..