When most people think of places to see beautiful fall foliage, they think about areas in the Northeast, like Vermont or New Hampshire. There are plenty of other impressive locations to add to your fall bucket list, though, including the Talimena National Scenic Byway.
Take a walk through the forest in Big Sur, California, and you’ll see a lot more than trees and wildlife. Apart from a handful of campgrounds and restaurants, you’ll also get a chance to explore the Henry Miller Memorial Library.
A trip to Verona, Italy, is an unforgettable experience in and of itself. What could make it better, though, than an overnight stay in Casa di Giulietta or Juliet’s House (yes, that’s Juliet of the timeless Shakespeare play “Romeo and Juliet”)?
Joshua Tree National Park has always been a hot travel destination full of unique lodging options. Things are a little more interesting now, though, thanks to the 5,500 square-foot “invisible” house that’s available for travelers to rent.
Dubai is one of the most famous cities in the United Arab Emirates, partly because it’s home to some of the world’s biggest show-stopping attractions. Not only does Dubai house the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, but it now also contains the world’s deepest diving pool: Deep Dive Dubai.
Milos is one of Greece’s volcanic islands, located in the heart of the Aegean Sea. It is known as one of the most laid-back and most exotic Greek islands, and there are plenty of opportunities here to sight-see, enjoy delicious food, and learn about Greece’s rich history.
When most people think of Chicago, Illinois, they don’t think of it as a place for nature lovers. When it comes to Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood, though, there are tons of opportunities to take in the great outdoors while still enjoying what the city has to offer.
With stunning landscapes and Instagram-worthy sunsets, Iceland is the place to go if you want to see some incredible views. While you’re here, though, you can’t afford to have your vision obstructed by brick and plaster. This is where Panorama Glass Lodge comes in.
Mexico City is full of stunning architecture and beautiful locations for travelers to rest their heads. For those who want to enjoy a truly ethereal experience, though, Quetzalcoatl’s Nest is the perfect destination.
Think staying in a glass house means no privacy? Think again. Nomad’s Pad campground has plans to introduce a series of 10 incredible glass pyramids on the south rim of the Grand Canyon. Each 400 square foot pyramid will be complete with Smart Glass Technology for privacy and unparalleled 360-degree views. They will provide Grand Canyon visitors with a new way to experience nature.