The 6 Best Vacations for Nature Lovers

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yellowstone If you’re in dire need of a break from your everyday life, nature and adventure will immediately calm your mind and soul. Sure, you could go to Miami, Paris, or Rome but isn’t it time to step outside your boundaries a little bit? If you’re like me, you’re constantly checking social media, emails, and the news. Sometimes it feels like technology is taking over my life! Every vacation in the outdoors leaves me feeling refreshed and ready to approach life with a different perspective. So, below I’m going to list the 8 best places to go if you want to adventure, and why they will make you very happy.

Alaska’s Denali Park:

In Alaska’s Denali Park tourists are dropped off by helicopter into beautiful grasslands and hiking paths. From June to September, you will be greeted by a million caribou, or as we like to call them, Reindeer. Lodging usually costs about $100-$200 a night, and comes with amazing views.

North Carolina’s Outer Banks:

Seeing wild horses is a spectacle that most people don’t get to see in their life. North Carolina has very scenic beaches and on their outer banks you can see descendants of Spanish mustangs roaming freely. One of the most beautiful herds is located on an 11-mile protected stretch just beyond Corolla and accessible with a four-wheel-drive vehicle.

Yellowstone National Park:

America’s first national park is one of the most beautiful places anyone can go to on vacation. It is the host of thousands of wild bison, beautiful natural springs, geysers and other massive animals. Whether it’s the winter or the summer, Yellowstone will show you a beautiful time for about $150 a night.

Out N’ About Treesort, Southwestern Oregon:

Everyone’s dreamt of a fantastic tree house as a child. As an adult, the idea kind of fades away because it seems a little unrealistic. But, at Out N’ About the dream is actually plausible. Here, 15 beautiful tree houses are connected through canopy walkways, in the Siskiyou Mountain Range. If you like it a lot and want to make your dream come true for your kid, take one of the tree house building courses they offer!

Saugatuck, Michigan:

Saugatuck is perfect for families or couples looking to relax on the beach, and hike during the summer, or explore the woods outdoors in the fall or winter.

In the summer amazing cliffs and dunes allow for everyone to explore, catch some sun, and swim in beautiful Lake Michigan. During the fall there is no place with better foliage, and the winter has some of the greatest spots to cross country ski in the entire world.

Glacier National Park, Montana:

This beautiful park is the host of 200 lakes, 175 named mountains, and 40 glaciers, within 1 million acres of land. What do you like to do in the great outdoors? Chances are Glacier will have you covered considering you have the opportunity to bike, boat, ride horses, fish, cross country ski, camp, raft and more. Since there is so much to do, it is suggested that you plan out your trip far in advance otherwise you may become overwhelmed.

Now you understand 5 brilliant places that will allow you to escape your every day routine. These all are within the United States and are relatively inexpensive in comparison to resorts out of the country. Book your trip now for the next summer, or at least start planning!

 

 

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