A New Destination Every Month: Setting up Your Travel Goals Straight!

Like any new year, 2020 should also begin with making promises and resolutions.

This time around, let’s try actually to follow through with them.

My goal this year is to encourage people to travel more often. So if I were to give you 12 places, one for each month that you can travel to, I would hope that you’d end up going to at least a couple of places.

The USA has some of the most beautiful places in the world.

Most of these will offer you a wide variety of cultures, foods, drinks, languages, and everything that is different from what you’d call home.

Hey, don’t dip on me just yet.

We’re about the begin our list with January. I hope to see you right here in December.

1.South of California in January

Los Angeles
  • Let the sun sink into your skin at the beginning of the new year as you explore Southern California. Known for its luxury lifestyle, juice cleanses, spas and cryotherapy, the southern part of California is also filled with beaches.
  • With LA being one of the prime locations, you should have tons of places to explore here. You may even run into a celebrity here!
  • In Orange County, you’ll find gorgeous beaches that will have to surf in no time.
  • If you think you want to explore the deserts, then head over to Palm Springs, Death Valley, or even Joshua Tree
  • At the end of your SoCal trip, you can fit in a stay where the first thing you see when you wake up in the morning is the terracotta roofs of Santa Barbara.

2.Adventures in February

Grand Canyon
  • While everyone is wrapping it up, you can begin your adventures in the snow. For the best time of your life, you could just pop into Wyoming and Montana. Here you will find a wolf-led safari (woohoo!). You could go through the wilderness without getting lost. Sledge all your worries away, roll around in the snow and cherish this time of vacation.
  • And then go to the Grand Canyon, baby! In all its winter glory, the natural red rocks will show your history. Make sure you cover all the viewpoints and absorb every inch of prettiness there is to take in.
  • In Telluride, you will have one of the best heli-skiing experiences that you could ask for.

3. Lowcountry and Charleston in March

  • While you could just go to Charleston in literally any season and weather, March would be preferable for the sole reason that the Wine and Food Festival is an extravagant event that will pass you by otherwise.
  • In the latter part of the month, you will see the flowers blossoming, and I can bet that they’ll take your breath away. It’s spring, you guys!
  • Then you have Savannah in Lowcountry along with the Golden Isles! Damn!

4.April in New Orleans and Acadiana

New Orleans
  • Yes, I know what you’re thinking. New Orleans in April? What! But hear me out. In April, you’ll get to experience the quiet side of New Orleans, and you can actually sit and admire the architecture, and enjoy their food.
  • In Lafayette, Acadiana, you will find people who host the Festival International de Louisiane.
  • With some fantastic and unique foods, groovy music, and fascinating culture, you will be treated the right way.

5.Southern Utah in May

Road Trip
  • Utah is a genuine wonderland.
  • You will find five varied kinds of geological treasures in proximity. Isn’t that convenient?
  • Take a road trip in and around the territory so that you can really enjoy the warm days and cold nights in the springtime.
  • There will be hidden slot canyons and caves that you can explore, along with locations where you will be able to bike!
  • I understand this trip is for those of you who are a little ragged around the edges, but it’s still super cool for others as well.

6.June Time in the Sierra Nevada

Yosemite National Park
  • Surround yourself with magic in Yosemite National Park, with waterfalls running heavy, roaming around in the valley land, having the breeze slide over your face in June.
  • You’ll get to see way too many flowers in bloom and the trees sky high, even when you’re just lazing around in a warm blanket.
  • If you go to North from here, then you reach Sierra foothills, continued by wineries and more portions of the National Park.

7. Colorado Visits in July

  • For all you adventure freaks out there, Colorado has cool ranches and luxury hotels, so you can work yourself out in the day and then enjoy a good night’s rest.
  • Travel along the backroads for a scenic view and summer breeze.
  • I was there last year, and I have to tell you, don’t miss out on visiting Colorado in June 2020.
  • Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway or searching for some family time, Colorado suits all your needs.

8. Mid-Summer Fun

Yellowstone National Park
  • When August knocks on the door, you must take a trip through Montana and Wyoming.
  • Your journey should begin in Grand Teton and Yellowstone, after which you head down to Big Sky Country.
  • Let your inner cowboy free and go a little crazy on the ranch.
  • Take a dive into the wild side you hide deep within you, I insist.

9. Spend September in New Mexico

  • It is during this time that all of the lands in New Mexico will have revived with the rains. You’ll see crisp, blue, and super clear skies that you won’t be able to let go of.
  • You could begin your trip to Albuquerque, where you’ll get the finest ranch experiences.
  • Then head down to Santa Fe and then get in your RV and scream road trip to Taos.
  • Try it; you won’t regret it.

10. New England in November

  • Not a lot of people pick November to go on vacation, making it one of my favorite times to travel.
  • The national parks aren’t as crowded, the weather is cool, and it just feels like everything has been tailor-made for you.
  • What would you say if I asked you if you were ready to be mesmerized? Yes? Then you should visit the Rockies, where the hues of oranges, reds, and yellows will take over you.
  • In New England, the fall season is worth experiencing.

11. November in West of Texas

  • Go right into the wilderness of Texas, as tough as it may be, because it is here that you will see the allure it has.
  • Since you’re here, visit the Big Bend National Park to enjoy the striking landscape that it shares with Mexico.
  • In Austin, you will get to see some crazy food and cultural habits that will be worth exploring and enjoying.

12. Hideaway in December

  • Ahh, the feeling of a soft carpet under your feet and a warm fireplace is something that cannot be exchanged for anything else.
  • Snug up in some authentic ranch turned B&B or just head over to a luxury hotel where you find hot chocolate served with marshmallows.

Each of these locations has oomph to it if you’re able to recognize it.

You must take an oath this year to visit these locations and admire their fabulousness upfront.

Author Bio:

Charlie Johnson is an avid traveler who has RVed across the United States and also works at FRBO. He feeds his obsession by sharing his travel experiences. He calls himself a total nomad living his dream life.