Slow traveling cats get the honor of experiencing our favorite places outside of the typical tourist seasons. Last summer I watched as crowds of tourists flocked to Alaska to relish long days and beautiful nature. As the snow began to fall, however, they all retreated to the lower 48. Now all cats know that when crowds start to dissipate, the real fun begins! Wintertime is when Alaska really shines as a unique travel experience. Like all good cats, the locals have adapted to extreme conditions while maintaining a deep connection to nature. Are you adventurous enough to plan a trip during the winter season? Read on for the best winter activities in Alaska.
You may not think that a regular old house cat like me would have any interest in glaciers in Alaska, but you would be wrong. Cats are very curious creatures and figuring out where to see glaciers in Alaska turned out to be one of my favorite Alaskan adventures. Once I started learning about the glaciers, I was hooked!
Perhaps the greatest privilege of being a slow traveling cat is the ability to spend time in lesser known travel destinations. As a cat I like to do the exact opposite of what people expect, which includes getting off the beaten path! Exploring the lovely town of Sonora, California alongside my favorite human has been one of my favorite travel experiences on the west coast. One of a few gateways to Yosemite National Park, Sonora is the perfect place to learn about California’s rich history, explore nature and truly experience life in a small mountain town. In order to plan your perfect trip, I am excited to share the best things to do in Sonora, California.
Alaska is the perfect place for traveling cats that love adventure! As a cat, I particularly love the abundance of wildlife that Alaska has to offer as well as the varied outdoor experiences. Everyone knows that cats love to be outside and, for that, there is no greater place than the lovely state of Alaska. Having extensively explored this state, my human travel companion and I have learned a lot about the best places to visit. Together, we have crafted the perfect 10 day Alaska Itinerary, complete with variations for different seasons.
As a traveling cat, one thing that constantly piques my curiosity is the concept of clothing. Michele, my eternally optimistic travel companion, seems to be obsessed with purchasing new articles of clothing and then combining them in different ways depending on where we are traveling. This strange obsession becomes most pronounced when she is picking clothes for Alaska.
The city of San Francisco has numerous neighborhoods residing within it. While some are better known than others, they all have something to contribute to your travel experience. If you plan to visit San Francisco, this list is perfect for getting an idea of where you want to go. From the hidden gems to mainstay activities, we have it all! Read on to learn more about the different San Francisco districts.
Looking to venture to San Francisco for your next trip? There’s one thing you need to know: This is not your average city. Instead, San Francisco is a unique and beautiful mix of 36 neighborhoods, each with its own story and style. In fact, there are so many unique places and hidden gems in this place that it would take months just to explore them all. That’s why building a San Francisco itinerary is so important. Rather than just giving you a list of where to go, we’ll give you the ins and outs of planning your perfect San Francisco adventure. Here are the best ways to explore the city like a local.
South Beach is a small, neighborhood situated south of downtown San Francisco. Becoming increasingly trendy, this neighborhood is still mostly frequented by locals and provides a calmer vibe than some of the more touristy hot spots. Don’t take this to mean there is nothing to do or see, however. The locals really know how to live the west coast lifestyle. If you’re thinking about spending some time in San Francisco, South Beach will provide the perfect homebase for your adventure. Here is what you should know about South Beach San Francisco before planning your trip!
Glacier National Park is a popular tourist destination in northern Montana. Each year millions of outdoor enthusiasts visit to see its stunning, glacier-carved valleys in the Rocky Mountains. However, not all visitors take the time the explore the towns near Glacier National Park. It is located near five towns that will that are sure to complement your park experience. The beautiful and unique experiences offered by these towns will ensure you leave as a happy camper!
Great Falls, Montana is a hub for shopping, and entertainment, as well as, a great jumping-off point to explore the region’s most amazing nature. It is the 3rd largest city in Montana and, as the name suggests, boasts plenty of stunning waterfalls! Great Falls is a fantastic alternative to the more popular tourist destinations of Helena and Missoula where you’ll unique natural beauty, delicious food, and easy access to Glacier National Park.