Destinations

Listed below are all the countries/regions I have traveled to and written about on this site. You'll see each country represented on the map below (which you can click on!), or you can scroll down and click on an image to be taken to a page with more info about that destination and links to everything I've written about it.

Note: Countries filled in in blue are ones I've visited and written about; countries that are green are ones I've visited but not published anything about.

Happy exploring!

North America

Canada
United States

Caribbean

Aruba
Puerto Rico

Central America

Belize
Costa Rica
Guatemala
Nicaragua

South America

Ecuador

Europe

Austria
Belgium
Bulgaria
Croatia
Czechia
England
Faroe Islands
France
Germany
Greece
Greenland
Hungary
Iceland
Ireland
Italy
Latvia
Lithuania
The Netherlands
Northern Ireland
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Russia
Scotland
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Turkey
Wales

Asia

Cambodia
China
Hong Kong
Thailand
Vietnam

Africa

North Africa

Egypt
Morocco

East Africa

Kenya
Tanzania

Southern Africa

Botswana
Namibia
The Seychelles
South Africa

Oceania

Australia
New Zealand
Tahiti

General destination posts:

Misc.

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  1. I think you have to visit Bali, Indonesia. There are many beautiful places.

    Great Blog Amanda! Guys, Don’t miss Morocco!
    -Morocco is at its most beautiful in spring (mid-March to May) when the landscape is green and lush, making for spectacular mountain hiking. Morocco is also lovely in Autumn (September to October) when temperatures are very pleasant.
    -Popular Morocco destinations : Marrakech with its famous square, Fes with its old Medina, Ride camels in Merzouga desert, Chafchaouen (The small blue town ), Ouarzazate ( See the old Kasbah Of Ait Ben Haddou)…

    All the best,

    Hello,

    Just wanted to share the love from the Central Coast of California. I love your work! Keep it up!

    The list of countries you visited, things you’ve done is my current bucket list. But as of now I’m happy to have traveled in Sri Lanka, and my country of India.

    Hi Amanda,
    Did you use a plug-in for your pictures with country names over them? I really like the look, and would love to learn how you did it.
    Thanks!

      Hey Sarah! Nope, I actually just made these images myself using a site named Canva.

    Of course having posted my comment about the map I now see it as expected. Send me to The Isle Of Skye as my punishment.

    D

      Haha, that would be a great punishment! 😉

    FYI Today I see a message that the “Requested map does not exist.×”

    Amazing blog. You should check out the beaches in the Philippines too.

    Love the blog such an inspiration im trying to do travel blogging as it’s such a passion Id love to have as many places on my list as you have 🙂 x x x

      Keep at it and no doubt you will! 🙂

    Hi Amanda,
    I recently stumbled across your page because I suddenly got it in my head that I want to travel to Iceland, the only place I have every been out of the U.S. is to the Bahamas’ and that was weird to me. I must say I have never had the “bug” to really leave the U.S. But reading your blog posts have surely changed that, I am exited to see the world differently and I realize what a small place the U.S. really is. Although I probably won’t travel for a couple more years, I do plan on doing extensive research. I would like to visit Scandinavian countries on an extended trip. Do you have plans to visit Sweden or Finland? I would love to hear about those. I also noticed you haven’t visited the Middle East – any plans to do so? Dubai?

    Love your blog!
    Thanks!

      Iceland would make a fantastic first trip out of the US! It’s not actually that far, and it’s an easy place to travel. I’m going back there again this year, so stay tuned for more Iceland content! 🙂

      As for Scandinavia – who knows! I went to Norway for the first time this year. I don’t have any immediate plans to visit Sweden or Finland, but I’m sure I’ll make it to both eventually.

      When it comes to Dubai… I would probably visit if I had to fly through there for some reason. But I don’t ever picture myself planning a trip to Dubai on its own. I’d go to Jordan or Israel before the UAE. (I take issue with the fact that Dubai was basically built using slave labor…)

    What do you do for work? I’d love to know to be able to travel more. Keep up the great traveling!

      I do a few different things, Olivia! I am a freelance writer, make a little money from this blog, and also work part-time for a social media start-up. I can work from just about anywhere with an Internet connection, hence how I’m able to travel so much! (You can read more about how I make a living here: https://www.dangerous-business.com/2014/08/make-money-fund-travels/ )

    wow , you have visited a lot of countries in Europe.
    You also need to visit Switzerland! 😉

    Wow, you’ve been to so many countries!
    I’m from Denmark and was wondering – why haven’t you been to Scandinavia? 🙂

      Just haven’t gotten around to it yet! I’ll be visiting Norway this year, though. 🙂

    Great List on a well laid out page! Clean simple design with great info. I notice you have seen little in the Caribbean is coming up and so is northern hemisphere winter. This is the best time to head over my way. If you ever want to see a unique, ex colonial pirate den with some of the best preserved old towns in the region have a look at Curacao. The island is still “under the radar” as far as tourist destinations go and I cater to budget travelers (just search: hostel curacao). There are many direct flights to the US and Europe and the beaches and UNESCO protected architecture are not to be missed.
    Bon-Bini

      Definitely sounds great! And yes, you’re right that I really need to see more of the Caribbean (and Central America, for that matter)!

        Let me know if you’re heading my way Andrea. I’m a licensed tour guide on Curacao so I know exactly what direction to point you in!