Together Sapphire & Elm Travel co-founders Stephanie and Carly explored 22 countries! Here are their top 20 travel experiences from 2017.Read More
Hailing from Los Angeles and living in San Diego, I've never really understood the appeal of San Francisco. I realize my opinion is pretty short sighted and biased but since the majority of my college friends live in the Bay Area, I decided to give San Francisco another shot for my birthday weekend. I went in with an open mind and I'm pleased to say I was wrong about San Francisco. Here is how to spend 48 hours in San Francisco.Read More
The reputation of Ojo de Agua in Ometepe, Nicaragua preceded itself.
I had heard a lot about this natural pool; its’ stunning natural landscape, cool waters, rope swing, and infamous Coco Loco cocktails. This was high on my list of things to do in Ometepe, Nicaragua.Read More
Fridheimar is a tomato and equestrian farm that specializes in growing tomatoes year round. Their state-of-the-art greenhouse makes it possible to grow even during the harshest Icelandic winters and they are serving up some of the best tomato soup you will ever eat.Read More
Long haul flights can create a number of issues and discomfort for your body and mind while traveling. Not only does this make us uncomfortable and cranky, but it can affect us for days, even weeks, after we land. When traveling around the world, there isn't a day to waste feeling the effects of jet lag.Read More
Airlines aren't exactly known for their culinary delights. They are full of sodium, tasteless and often expensive. Not to mention preparation and food handling can be quite questionable. By bringing your own snacks, you can eat well, help prevent jet lag and build up your immunity.Read More