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Our home base is in Washington, the heart of the Pacific Northwest. We’re generally in the PNW region half the year, and on the road the other half, with various destinations beyond the American highway system sprinkled in.

*Travel fees are complimentary for bookings that align with our travel schedule, including international locations. We set our travel schedule to align with the best times of the year to be in these locations based on weather, crowds, and other factors. If the location you want is not on our travel schedule, send us an inquiry and we’ll see if we can add it.*


International Travel TBD

We’re still undecided on where we’ll travel to in January, but we want to go somewhere warm and tropical to soak in all the vitamin D we can get! And of course, it’ll be somewhere adventurous 😉 A few of the places we’re considering are Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Costa Rica, Bali, Thailand, Vietnam… the list goes on. Check back in to see when we’ve made an official decision or get in touch if you have an itch to explore one of these places too.


Kauai, HI

The laid back vibe of Hawaii’s most adventurous island is really something special. You can relax in a tropical paradise all morning and then have the adventure of a lifetime in the afternoon. You have epic ocean cliffs down on the shore, drive 45 minutes up the west side and you have a lush Grand Canyon feel with raging waterfalls, and then 15 more minutes up the road you have the steep ridge lines of the Na Pali coast. Along with all the adventure hikes you have snorkeling, surfing, sea kayaking, boat tours… it’s a water junkie’s heaven. What better way to escape the cold for a tropical elopement and honeymoon?


Washington + Oregon Coasts

When you’re out on these beaches, you truly feel the rugged wilderness of the northwest. Most beaches are near lush coastal rainforest with towering old-growth trees, offering a secondary landscape for your day. Jagged sea stacks poke up from the sand and water, surrounded by rocky tide pools crawling with ocean life. It’s the kind of place that makes you feel so far away from civilization and so close to nature. Most days in March are misty and overcast, creating a moody, ethereal feeling that fills you with wonder. 


International Travel TBD

We’re still undecided on where we’ll travel to in April. We’ll be based in Washington for the month, but will be itching for another excursion to someplace new and exciting. We’re leaning towards somewhere in Europe and the Mediterranean. A few of the places we’re considering are Morocco, Spain, Greece, Croatia, Turkey, Israel… the list goes on. Check back in to see when we’ve made an official decision or get in touch if you have an itch to explore one of these places too.


Washington + Oregon Coasts // California Redwoods

The Oregon coast is lined with rocky islands protruding from the ocean and seaside cliffs that look out over them. These rugged overlooks and rocky beaches make you feel incredibly free and a playful sense of wonder takes over. And just 30 minutes over the California border you find yourself in a giant Redwood forest. These massive groves have a way of making you feel so teeny tiny in an incredibly huge world. Imagine walking through a forest of 1,000+ year old trees that tower above you for what seems like miles and miles. These are easily some of our favorite spots on the west coast.


Washington Coast + Mountains

June is when the Pacific Northwest really starts to come alive. The summer solstice is in June so the days are long, with the sun setting around 9pm! While you can still get those moody and misty days, the fog starts to roll out revealing the mountain peaks in all their glory. By the end of June the trails are mostly cleared from snow, finally opening up access to some of our favorite hikes in the Cascades. The beaches out on the coast are lively with marine life and wales returning to the shores. On clear nights, you’ll experience the most incredible sunsets as you watch the sun slowly dip below the horizon of the Pacific Ocean. 


Washington Mountains

The Cascades are often referred to as a “sea of peaks” as the layers of mountains seem to stretch on forever. Washington mountains are a magical place where clouds cling to mountainsides, tall trees blanket the slopes, ferns and moss grow everywhere you look, and serene alpine ponds appear where you least expect them. Towards the end of July the wild flowers start blooming and light up the mountainsides with shades of yellow, orange, purple, white, pink, and blue. The feeling of awe and wonder is addicting, and the PNW delivers it in spades. 


Washington Mountains // International Travel TBD

The first week of August is prime wildflower season in the Washington mountains, so that’s where we’ll be then. Mid-late August is know for wildfire season here in the PNW so we want to use this time to explore a country that we haven’t been to before. We still aren’t sure where exactly, but we’re considering South Africa, Norway, the Italian Dolomites, Nepal… the list goes on! Check back in to see when we’ve made an official decision or get in touch if you have an itch to explore one of these places too.

Sep + Oct

Washington Mountains

Fall is our favorite season in the Washington Cascades. The needles of Larch trees turn bright yellow and wild blueberries turn a fiery red, blanketing the hillsides in color. Snow and glaciers still cling to the jagged peaks of the North Cascades, and all the trails are finally snow-free. With glaciated volcanic mountains, lush green forests, the endless trails (and dog friendly 🐕) to explore, and the solitude so easily found amidst it all, this is our favorite landscape to explore this time of year. These beautiful mountains are why we chose to make Washington our home in the first place.