These famous Hawaiian islands are both known for their stunning natural beauty. Which one you’ll prefer all comes down to personal preference. If you’re short on time, it’s easier to see Maui’s beauty, but touring the Big Island offers more diversity. Maui vs. Big Island Maui is a lush green island with pristine beaches. Here, […]
The Ek Balam ruins are all that remain of a once-thriving Mayan temple city. Ek Balam was the center of a large Mayan kingdom through the Classical era. Only part of the ancient city was actually excavated, so what you see when you visit Ek Balam is the “tip of the iceberg.” The city was […]
The ancient temple city of Ek Balam was built some 1,500 years ago. It served as a hub for trading activity among the Mayan people, a religious center, and an economic nexus where Mayan culture and worship came together. It is unique in its architectural style, which features a flat-topped acropolis that you can still […]
Most people drive the Road to Hana starting in Kahului and finishing up in the town of Hana. However, the Road to Hana can also be driven in reverse, going from Hana backwards to Kahulu. Some people choose to do this based on proximity. If you’re staying closer to Hana than Kahului, then you can […]
Some travelers might feel a bit intimidated by the Road to Hana. With sharply curving and sometimes narrow roads that snake along the coastal mountains, there is good reason for caution when driving the Road to Hana. This is also not the drive for folks who may suffer from extreme fear of heights as the […]
Explore one of the most breathtaking and diverse parks in the United States! Acadia National Park houses some of the most beautiful and captivating sites in the nation. Acadia National Park is a stunning destination located in the US State of Maine. From its captivating landscape, gorgeous lakes, and rich history, discover some of the […]
You need to know three things before going to Acadia: when to go, what to see, and which Acadia tours to take. The “when to go” is easy! Since the park is closed for the winter and early spring, you can only visit from May to November. Spring and summer are beautiful at Acadia, but […]
You can bring your pet on a Yellowstone National Park tour… but with plenty of restrictions. You need to make sure your pet is within a vehicle or tent, or on a leash shorter than 6 feet at all times. And pets are not allowed at all on boardwalks or hiking trails, even with a leash.
Yellowstone is arranged like a big circle, with five different entrances to the loop: West Entrance from Yellowstone Airport, South Entrance from Jackson, North Entrance from Roosevelt Arch, Northeast Entrance from Cooke City, East Entrance from Cody.