25 Inspirational U.S. Travel Photos For Stay-At-Home Wanderlust
It is certainly a strange time to be writing about travel when traveling is likely the last thing on everyone’s mind right now. While the Coronavirus pandemic is keeping us indoors, I want to remind everyone that while travel might be on a temporary hold, it will be back!
If everyone does their part to limit the spread of germs, the virus pandemic will eventually be over. While we wait it out, here are 25 inspirational travel photos you can enjoy from the comfort and safety of home.
Keep your wanderlust spark going strong while you scroll through this photo diary of popular and sometimes off the beaten path United States travel photos and keep your travel bug alive!
25 Inspirational U.S. Travel Photos
Kalapana Lava Flow, Hawaii (source)
Honokalani Black Sand Beach, Hana, Hawaii (source)
San Diego Coast, California (source)
Arches National Park, Utah (source)
South Beach, Miami, Florida (source)
Cadillac Ranch, Amarillo, Texas (source)
Biltmore Estate, Asheville, North Carolina (source)
Antelope Canyon, Page, Arizona (source)
Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, California (source)
Valley of Wind, Santa Clarita, California (source)
John Hancock Center, Chicago, Illinois (source)
Hollywood Sign, Los Angeles, California (source)
Devil’s Tower National Monument, Wyoming (source)
Ghost Town, Terlingua, Texas (source)
Northern Lights in Milo, Maine (source)
Tree That Owns Itself, UGA, Athens, Georgia (source)
Nantucket Island, Massachusetts (source)
Kerry Park, Seattle, Washington (source)
Chugach National Forest, Seward, Alaska (source)
Hoover Dam, Nevada (source)
Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona (source)
Alabama Hills, Lone Pine, California (source)
Elephant Rocks State Park, Belleview, Missouri (source)
Spanish Moss Covered Trees, Savannah, Georgia (source)
While it is difficult for everyone to put their lives on hold, remember that it’s only temporary and travel restrictions will eventually be lifted. Until then, stay home, follow CDC guidelines for social distancing, and use these photos as inspiration for your future travel adventure.
There are many articles that can provide additional travel inspiration on my website, so spend some time wandering around the world via Travels with Bibi blog.
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These are great! Thanks for filling my travel void, can’t wait to get back out there!
You’re welcome! I’m happy to help and if you need more inspiration, just let me know.
It’s nice to see some familiar places in your collection!
Yay! I tried to choose some of the more popular, well-known spots, as well as some off the beaten path destinations.
It was so refreshing to see these photos. I’m sick of COVID-19 infographics, ya feel me? My faves were the trees in Savannah, Georgia, and the Kalapana Lava in Hawaii. Thank you for sharing!
I think we are all tired of the scary graphics but must still be vigilant to stay indoors for now. I’m hoping things return to normal soon too.
Enjoyed all the 25 photos to go visit (hopefully) in the future.. thanks for sharing them 😊
You are quite welcome!
Beautiful photos! I would love to visit these places, especially the Grand Canyon and Hawaii!
I would love to see that black sand beach myself also. Gorgeous!
What wonderful pictures! There is something so calming at looking at beautiful travel pictures.
Beautiful photos! Thanks for sharing … they made my day!
I’m glad to help Tricia!
These are great. I will be glad when traveling can be back on my agenda!
Hopefully soon! I’m doing my part right now but can’t wait to go back to normal routines.
Beautiful pictures! Thanks for giving us a window to the world while isolated!
You’re welcome Adrienne!
So fun! I liked the blurry hand on the left side of the Antelope Canyon picture. Made me feel like I was there peering into another world!
I love that photo too!
Great pics. Thanks for sharing – definitely inspired me to add some places to my bucket list!
My favorite is the tree that owns itself at the University of Georgia. Definitely a unique gem!
These are a beautiful escape!
Agreed! I could go to all of them and be a happy camper. 🙂
Such breathtaking photos!! Take me to anyone of them, I don’t care where. 😆