Slow Travel in some ways has complemented the slow return to regular travel. It’s allowed us to connect more with where we live and dig deeper into the connections we have or discover things we may never have before.
Experience what the United States has to offer, from the Alaskan wilderness (there are great land options) and rugged coast of California to the sweeping landscapes of Wyoming and temperate rain forest of the Pacific Northwest and more. There are also the Blue Ridge mountains to the White Mountains in the east. Then in the middle, there are the Hot Springs and Big Bend. So many beautiful national parks country-wide. All can be a lot of outdoors in the clean fresh air.
While the vaccine rolls out globally, travel restrictions are still in place and we can’t quite return to normal. In the meantime, start gathering inspiration and connect with us to plan your next domestic getaway.
Breathe deep. The air of the Pacific Northwest has restorative powers (if you ask me). The landscapes and communities in Washington & Oregon lend themselves to adventure and unforgettable experiences, whether it be cycling between wineries in the Willamette Valley or kayaking in Puget Sound among orca whales. A feast for the senses and the soul.
Experiencing California starts with unparalleled coastline and gets better from there. Lover of food & wine? Tuck in to a getaway in Napa & Sonoma. Need time in the sun? Bike Santa Barbara and stay beachside in award-winning hotels. It’s all about knowing the local secrets.
Big adventure awaits in Hawaii, no matter what island. Exploring the depths of the tropical nature while recharging in the most exclusive resorts. Traveling with family, friends or on a honeymoon, itineraries can be customized to suit any occasion and activity level, whether you’d rather be hiking an active volcano or parking yourself in a beach cabana.
The American Southwest transports you to another world: red rocks, gravity-defying landscapes, and a slower approach to living. Glamp perched on the edge of the Grand Canyon, experience the illustrious desert-style luxury of Amangiri, or immerse yourself in the Colorado mountains – staying in what was once a gold rush mining town.
Maine will always be worth the trip. The islands and coastline of rugged granite and spruce paint a stunning backdrop for your visit; whether biking, hiking, or checking into a historic property to recharge.
I can go on and on from each state or region of the USA. Let me customize your planning experience that ensures your ideal itinerary is infused into ”the joy in your life journey through the art of unique travel experiences.”
Edited from Butterfield and Robinson