Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 03, 2014
Go Road Trippin', an overland-focused travel blog established in December of 2013, will be covering the National Parks and hidden attractions located in the Western and Southwestern United States this fall, before the winter season makes much of the area inaccessible.
While on the road in the next few months, the blogger behind the site, Joanna Kalafatis, will offer a fresh glimpse into the vast expanses and breathtaking nature of the sparsely populated areas of the Western United States. Any aspiring nomads or road trip junkies can check out the deserts, mountains, rivers, waterfalls, and ghost towns of the Western US along with Joanna. Her journey will be shared on http://goroadtrippin.com.
National parks covered will include Zion National Park, Yosemite National Park, Death Valley, Sequoia National Park, Channel Islands and Kings Canyon. Other interesting out-of-the-way attractions on the tour will include the ghost town of Bodie, one of the best preserved historical mining towns in the United States, and the hidden Havasu Falls in Arizona, inaccessible by car and located deep within the Havasupai Tribal Lands.
Ms. Kalafatis, a 25-year old writer and actress, as well as the creator of Go Road Trippin', covers both exotic destinations and US sights from a youthful, humorous perspective, showing readers the reality of overland travel and daily life in faraway destinations, while also giving a peak into less explored corners of the world. Her journeys have taken her to over 30 countries so far, including long-term stays in South Africa, Brazil, and Greece. Go Road Trippin' appeals to travelers of all types and ages, but primarily attracts young, adventurous tourists.
For anyone interested in travel and the outdoors, or for anyone wishing to get inspired by the beauty of the Western US, Joanna's coming adventure on Go Road Trippin' will definitely be one to follow.