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🌷 Beautiful Locations To Visit In America When All Of This Is Over 🌷

Hello, From The Pineapple Team!

We hope you had a good week! We'd like to take a minute to recognize that there are some crazy things happening in the world as of late. Though these events are unfortunate, we'd like to wish you our best wishes. We will get through this together. 

This week's blog will be a travel blog. We'd like to mention that by no means do we recommend you travel now. PLEASE STAY HOME & HELP FLATTEN THE CURVE! 

Once the world is back to a healthy normal, here are some of the nicest places to visit in America that will for sure make you feel great Post Quarantine! Without further ado, let's get started! 

1) Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Grand Teton National Park is one of the best wilderness reserves in the country. Few landscapes in America are as striking and memorable as the view at Grand Teton. Partly because of its wealth of beautiful lakes. One of the most gorgeous is Delta Lake, thanks to its opaque turquoise hue. It gets its vivid colour from the rock flour that comes from Teton Glacier. The northern section it's most famous for is Jackson Hole, a luxurious yet rustic mountain resort town.

2) Lake Tahoe, Nevada, California

 With an environment like this, it is impossible to not have an amazing time in Lake Tahoe. From beautiful, crystal clear lakes to soaring mountains and an amazing track record of sunny weather, you're bound to have an amazing time! There are several towns around the lake, the four main ones being South Lake Tahoe, Stateline, Incline Village, and Tahoe City. Hit the slopes in the winter, and partake in water sports during the summer. You can also go hiking and rock-climbing if you're more of a land person.

3) Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah

4) Dry Tortugas National Park, Key West, Florida 

Dry Tortugas National Park is one of the most remote National Parks in the US. It is located around 80 miles southwest of Key West, Florida. Because of its remote location, you can expect to find a pristine landscape that offers an adventure of a lifetime. You can join the guided tour of historic Fort Jefferson, or simply enjoy the white-sand beach with crystal-clear, blue water. If you want to take advantage of the water, you can go swimming and snorkelling in Dry Tortugas. You can also arrange a kayaking tour if you bring your own kayaks on the ferry, as well as camping on this pristine land.

5) Joshua Tree National Park, California

Joshua Tree National Park in California is a must-see park thanks to its unique and striking scenery. Scattered across the park’s desert landscape are boulders, stands of furry-looking cholla cactus, hidden palm oases, and spiky-leafed Joshua Trees. The park can be enjoyed with a scenic drive from one end to the other, stopping at impressive viewpoints along the way. However, the best way to experience the park’s exceptional setting is to embark on some of the nature trails or longer hiking routes. Depending on the trail you choose, you could come across a palm oasis, ancient petroglyphs, skull-shaped boulder, cactus garden, or rock-framed reservoir.


We hope you've enjoyed this week's blog and please don't forget to stay inside and flatten the curve! Follow us on Instagram @thepineappleeverything. Stay safe, and We will see you next week with another blog. While you're here, check out our 3 favourite products of the week! 



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