A Summer to Remember

Warmer weather is here! If you don’t have your travel plans booked, don’t fret. Whether you want to explore with your gals or want to travel the world solo, here are our top picks for the season.

Budget Friendly
Feeling like a foodie? If you find yourself in the northeast, don’t miss Mike’s Pastry located on Boston’s Hanover Street. This region is often referred to as the Italian North End and we’re sure you won’t leave hungry!


Getting Away
If you’re a fan of island living, Vis Island, Croatia, located in the Adriatic Sea, might be your new favorite destination. Paddleboating, fishing, surfing, nature retreats, the arts scene, and so much more await you. After a long day in the sun, unwind with authentic mediterranean dishes and watch the sun set on the water.

Warm and Wonderful
Near Ho Chi Minh City in southern Vietnam lies the Mekong Delta, you’ll find a maze of rivers, swamps, islands, floating markets, pagodas, and villages surrounded by rice paddies. Learn about a new culture by touring historic religious sites, visiting some of the countless local museums, and taking a day cruise down the river.

Unexpectedly Awesome
Marrakech is a former imperial city in western Morocco and is a major economic center and home to mosques, palaces and gardens. This densely-packed walled medieval city dates back to the Berber Empire featuring winding alleys that are home to hidden gem markets just waiting to be discovered.

Staying in the US
Joshua Tree National Park is located in southern California and is home to rugged rock formations and stark desert landscapes. Its name is derived from the twisted Joshua trees so abundantly found in this region. The park is set between the warm, cactus-filled Colorado Desert and the elevated, cooler Mojave Desert.