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USA National Parks

Above is a map of national parks (and some cities), that are my recommendations to visit. BLACK ICONS mean to DEFINITELY VISIT if you’re in the US!! It’d be a shame to not see… GREY ICONS mean to VISIT IF YOU HAVE TIME (not as typical to visit by tourists). . I think if...

USA & Canada Road Trip!

Planning on taking a road trip through the U.S. and Canada? Learn everything you'll need to know to travel across the U.S. for as cheap as possible! How to sleep out of your car, where to shower, what to see, etc. You'll definitely want to check this out before your USA adventure!

Sequoia National Park, California

[mappress mapid=”72″] Sequoia National Park is home to the largest tree in the world [see below].  There are wider trees [in Africa] and taller trees [in the Redwood Forest], but General Sherman is the largest tree BY VOLUME [meaning, overall mass].  It’s pretty...

Lake Louise, Canada

Lake Louise is in Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada. It might be the most popular lake to visit within the park and if you look at the pictures, you'll instantly see why! There is a teahouse up in the mountains and another pretty lake... Do YOU know what to bring to a teahouse?

Niagara Falls

One of the world’s great geological wonders! Niagara Falls is the name of a group of waterfalls that is comprised of three waterfalls on Niagara River. It is located on the border between USA [New York State] and Canada [Ontario Province]. The biggest waterfall of the three is named...

The Redwood Forest, California

The Redwoods are the tallest trees in the world! These trees are absolutely enormous! But perhaps something that is even more amazing about these trees is that the little area in California is the only place in the world that has these trees… Why? Find out!

Banff National Park

Banff National Park is Canada’s oldest national park. Located in Alberta, Canada, it is truly an amazing place. Enjoy picturesque scenery, quaint little mountain towns such as Banff, and lakes that are so blue that they don’t even look real!