9 Once in a Lifetime Camping Sites

Ready for the ultimate camping trek to the edge of the world? We have gathered some of the world’s most unique and breathtaking camping spots for you to consider for your next adventure. Wake up to an amazing sunrise above the clouds or pitch your tent under a blanket of stars. Follow the sandstone arches in Utah or hike a rocky mountain path in Morocco. Each of these sites offers a unique spot to contemplate the amazing gifts of nature. Grab your tent and get going!

1. Glacier National Park, Montana

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Photo by Sarah Kelson.

2. Canyonlands, Utah

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Photo by Dennis L. Calhoun.

3. Haleakala National Park, Hawaii

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Photo by Yu Wu.

4. Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

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Photo by Colby Brown.

5. Laugavegur, Icleand

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Photo by Country Girl’s World.

6. Miyajima, Japan

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Photo by Claudia Dyer.

7. High Atlas Mountains, Morocco

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Photo by Angela Saran.

8. Valle del Corcora, Columbia

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Photo by The Adventure Junkies.

9. Tierra del Fuego, Chile

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Photo by Mark Rentz.

Visit us over at Trover.com to get more inspiration for out of this world campsites and learn more from your fellow globe trotters!

 

 

15 Works of Latte Art Too Beautiful To Drink

Latte art is more than a process of pouring steamed milk into a shot of espresso – it’s an actual art! Any barista can make a latte, but not every coffee shop worker can draw a teddy bear into a tiny cup of super hot coffee and foam.

Like with every other art form, there are varying degrees of difficulty, creativity, and talent that go into latte art, but some of the best works of latte art are so incredible and beautiful that you won’t want to drink them! Read on for 15 Works of Latte Art Too Beautiful to Drink From Around the World:

1. Matcha Green Tea Latte from Moore Coffee Shop in Seattle, Washington

Latte art from Moore Coffee Shop in Seattle, Washington

Trover photo by Sophia Field

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7 Spots Every Game of Thrones Fan Needs to Visit

Though perhaps best known for its gory death scenes, HBO’s fantasy drama¬†Game of Thrones actually scores high on many production elements, from its intricate costumes to its awesome special effects.

As travelers and wanderlusters, though, our eyes go straight to the gorgeous locations around the world used for filming. With Season 5 now over and summer officially here, it’s time to pack your bags and tour some of the locations behind your favorite show:

1. The Dark Hedges in Northern Ireland

This beech tree-lined road was used in the show as the Kings Road and the Dark Hedges of Armoy.

Trover photo by Randi Lynn

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5 Places to See Midnight Sun this Summer

Want more sun in your life? It may seem counter-intuitive, but to see the most sun this summer, head as close to the North Pole as you can get!

The “Midnight Sun” is a natural phenomenon that occurs near the Arctic Circle in the summer months, when the tilt of the Earth places the Arctic Circle within reach of the sun’s light for the planet’s entire 24-hour rotation. Depending on how far north you go, the sun can stay up without setting for more than four months!

If you want to experience this strange and beautiful phenomenon, check out these 5 places this summer:

1. Norway

Trover photo by Travel-Ling

Trover photo by Travel-Ling

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7 Kid-Friendly Things To Do in Iceland

Iceland is undoubtedly one of the travel hot spots in 2015.

What makes it so awesome?

Well, aside from being a dream destination for intrepid solo travelers, excited groups of wanderers, and smitten honeymooners, Iceland is also a place you can take the family to!

Here are 7 things you and the family can do in Iceland:

1. Ride the cute Icelandic ponies!

Trover photo by Chasing Amber

Trover photo by Chasing Amber

Trover photo by YoungAdventuress

Trover photo by YoungAdventuress

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