Top Tips for Summer Trips

Planning a summer trip?? I know we are!

Here are some great tips to think about when you start thinking about vacations!

  • Plan ahead: Summer is a popular time for travel in the US, so make sure to plan your trip well in advance. This will give you the best chance of getting the accommodations and activities you want.
  • Pack for the season: Depending on where you’re traveling, summer weather in the US can be hot and humid or dry and temperate. Pack accordingly with lightweight, breathable clothing, sunscreen, and hats.
  • Stay hydrated: With higher temperatures and more physical activity, it’s important to stay hydrated during your summer travels. Carry a reusable water bottle with you and fill up regularly.
  • Be mindful of crowds: Many popular tourist destinations can get very crowded during the summer months, so plan your visits accordingly. Consider visiting less popular destinations or going during off-peak hours.
  • Explore the great outdoors: Summer is the perfect time to explore the many national parks and outdoor attractions throughout the United States. Just make sure to follow any rules and regulations to ensure the safety of both yourself and the environment.
  • Enjoy local cuisine: The US is known for its diverse food culture, so be sure to try some local specialties while on your trip. Look for farmers markets and food festivals to taste the best of what each region has to offer.
  • Take advantage of festivals and events: Summer is a time for festivals and events across the country, from music festivals to county fairs. Research the area you’ll be visiting and see what events are happening while you’re there.
  • Don’t forget your camera: Summer in the US offers some of the most beautiful scenery and landscapes, so make sure to bring your camera and capture all the memories.
  • Be prepared for road trips: Summer is a popular time for road trips in the US, so make sure your vehicle is in good condition and pack essentials like snacks, water, and emergency supplies.
  • Be flexible: Finally, remember to be flexible with your plans. Summer travel can be unpredictable, so be prepared for changes and enjoy the journey.