Last updated on November 12th, 2020 at 03:46 am
Who knows what travel will look like post COVID-19 ? But I’m sure more people will feel safer with domestic travel, and that can be fun. You can use this time to explore your state, finding some hidden gems.
Being a tourist in your state will surprise you and bring a new kind of adventure. Each state has its own uniqueness, so the possibilities are endless. Search and create your next adventure with these 5 tools:
My favoriteeeeeeeeee social media! Pinterest has everything you could imagine—especially for travel. You can even follow certain board for states or countries you’re interested in. Only thing is, you have to create an account.
To find out some dope spots, I suggest searching:
Things to do in _______ (city or state)
Best Activities to do in _____
Hidden gems in ____
Because part of being a tourist is eating some BOMB food! I’m sure there are plenty of new restaurants and hole in the wall places for you to indulge in. Eater suggests spots in most major cities across the US. Ranging from rooftop bars, brunch places, and romantic dinners—you’ll find something to your liking.
Nature is medicinal—but did you know that each state has its own beautiful parks? Meaning you can escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and get some fresh air. I, for one, didn’t realize Michigan had so much greenery with trails, forests, and even waterfalls.
Provides city guides all over the world and even breaks it down by neighborhoods in the US. From food, entertainment, art, shopping, lodging, co-working spaces, etc. Even if you think you know your city—there’s always something new to discover. On The Grid gives you the perfect mixture of fun things to do.
If you’re looking for something to do during the week or the weekend, Eventful will show upcoming concerts, festivals, nightlife, and family events. Go out on the town solo or with your friends, you’ll have plenty activities you can do.
Get acclimated with your state or city and find fresh ways to explore through Pinterest, Eater, State Parks, On The Grid, and Eventful.