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  1. Lisa says:

    Tulum years ago before it got so built up. But I’m thinking there has to be some of it still cool.

    Troncones outside Xtapa Mexico. Hacienda Eden. Romantic fir just the two of you.

    Cannon Beach has always been one of my favorite places. When I lived Seattle I went there a lot as a friends family had a house we’d stay at right in front of haystack rock.

    Sedona as long as you get outside the touristy area abd hike at all the vortexes. And Jerome ghost town is very cool.

    Chelan where I lived one year in my childhood.
    Sun mountain lodge in Winthrop. I used to go there as a kid when I lived in okanogan.

    Anguilla. One of the smallest Caribbean islands. Went on a solo trip in October 2019 as I had comp nights with the four seasons. Very relaxing, amazing beaches and old Caribbean. Not a ton of activities usually in more touristy areas. But great to spa, explore, go on some excursions and enjoy the great food. You can still see remnants of the big hurricane there years ago. But the people are amazing.

  2. Steph says:

    We are a fulltime traveling family and have seen a lot of the US, but we still want to see so much more. The Tetons are our favorite place in the lower 48. But Alaska is hands-down our favorite place ever. We went for two weeks without our kids and we’ve been planning our next trip with our kids, ever since we got back.
    Surprisingly enough, Michigan would be another top place. The Upper Peninsula is breathtaking. But it’s definitely more of an adventure type of trip. Or if you go to the East coast, Maine, the Smoky Mountains, and the beaches of NC and SC are a blast too.

  3. Donna says:

    Our most recent trip was to Kauai in October of ‘21 and we loved it. Our favorite thing was the helicopter tour. You got to see areas of the island you wouldn’t have been able to see. And omg we saw a ton of waterfalls. Our next favorite was zip lining. That was the second time we zip lined. The first time was on Oahu and it was a better experience. We hiked and went mountain tubing and kayaking. We are going to Maui and the big island over summer due 2 weeks. I can’t wait!

  4. Lisa says:

    If you ever decide to take a trip to another country please consider Japan! The Japanese culture is so amazing and their country is so incredible! The people are among the kindest I have ever met! The shrines, authentic foods, Cherry Blossoms, and traditions are so meaningful and fabulous! The train takes you from city to city so you are able to visit Kamakura (Amazing) Older part of Japan all the way to Disneyland in Tokyo! I wish everyone could visit Japan once in their life! It’s really a life changing experience!

  5. Morgan Hansen says:

    Kauai is our new favorite travel destination! Small town vibes and stunning views! You can’t beat it. The Upper Penninsula of Michigan is also stunning and fun. We are hoping to get to Glacier NP this summer. We want to stop and see the Tetons along the way, any recs on where to stay & what to do?

    • Kelsi Fullmer says:

      There are so many fun places to stay in Jackson Wy. But pretty spendy in the peak months. Jennys lake and surrounding hikes are breathtaking! I want to visit Kauai asap.

  6. Jessie says:

    We have a rooftop tent and my husband is big into overlanding so we’re excited to explore lots of different places this summer. Hoping to go to the Oregon coast in April cause that’s been on my bucket list since I was little.

    We spent a month in Thailand for our honeymoon; riding elephants, climbing the sticky waterfalls in Chiang Mai and eating like the locals it was paradise!

    Lake Tahoe. I was born & grew up just 30 minutes away but I still never get over the fews.

    Fort Bragg, CA. Beautiful, and the glass beach is so fun!

    Any tips on traveling with young kids? We have two boys (3 & 1).

  7. Jen Merrill says:

    You guys need to go to Turks and Caicos Islands! Stay on Providenciales but take a day trip to North and Middle Caicos. You can take a little island hopper plane to Grand Turk as well. Swim with whales, dolphins and sting rays. The food is great, locals are friendly, and the island is clean and safe. But the water….it’s incredible!!

  8. Heather Merrihew says:

    From Oregon, and our coast is near and dear to my heart. Maui is definitely one of our faves too..and XCaret is on my list. So…..seems like we have similar taste. Our next big one, the hubs and I want to to Tahiti.:.bad!! Crusts clear blue water, overwater sea hut…yes please. Our other fave all time is Yellowstone and the Tetons, but since you live there, it doesn’t make it much of a fave vacay recommendation. 🤪😂 We stayed at Moose Creek in the airstream next to the creek and loved it. Our next family vacay will be Glacier National Park and then the Utah national parks. We’re simple folk, but still love to travel when we can save for it.

  9. Mikaela says:

    Nambiti Private Game Reserve (or any nice game reserve) in South Africa is incredible. We went to Cheetah Ridge in Nambiti and it was beautiful and all-inclusive. The meals are sensational and you get to go on 2 game drives a day: one at sunrise and one at sunset. Dawn and dusk are when you’re more likely to see predators and the tour guides know so much! During the day, we swam and watched elephants and giraffes walk right past our suite by a waterhole. There’s nothing like it! My husband is from Rexburg and it is his all time favourite holiday.

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